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Judy Creviston
Judy Creviston
Judy Creviston

Judy Creviston

Crumbly Pumpkin Bread - With lightened-up options, this can be eaten guilt-free! And the crumb topping is out of this world amazing!

Whole wheat country harvest bread. (Used 1 cup white flour & 2 cups whole wheat. Can sub some of the seeds for nuts, oats, etc. Used smaller bread pan and baked about 40 min. Really, really yummy!)

Breakfast Pull-Apart Bread There well be a double batch of this at or next new years brunch!

Shredded hash browns and cheese nests baked until crispy topped with a baked eggs, crumbled bacon and more cheese. Served with chilled avocado slices.

Easy Garlic Parmesan Knots - Fool-proof, buttery garlic knots that come together in less than 20 min - it doesn't get easier than that!

Homemade Yumm Sauce Recipe! It tastes just like the stuff at Cafe Yumm, except you don't have to drive down to Eugene!

The Best Biscuit recipe -make ahead and freeze! #recipes, #biscuits

Seriously THE BEST homemade biscuit recipe I've found! I cut the recipe down to 1/4 of the original recipe and they were amazing!! I also melted the butter on top of the biscuits rather than cutting them open...1/4 recipe made 6 large biscuits and 1 small...Thanks Today's My Best Creative Day: Best Homemade Biscuits Ever!

Zesty Lime Shrimp and Avocado Salad

Start with Jelly Roll Race quilt until you have 16 rows. Cut the long fabric and then piece together around a fabric square. This site has a link to a tutorial that the quilter put together. She also describes how she did her circular quilting. Love quilters who are helpful and sharing like this one.

Strips sewn, cut into 3 pieces, one turned upside down, white strip in between. Easy and striking. ☆

fat quarter quilt - simple and quick. use a flat sheet as backing...flannel perhaps?!

New years resolution is cut out the gossip. I dont want to hear about your drama!

I was speechless reading this tutorial! The ingenious simplicity of it will blow your quilting mind! Thank you to the genius that came up with it!