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Linda Hiatt
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  • Albia, IA
  • United States
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About Me
I'm a wife, mother to one daughter and one son. I retired after 24 years of owning a sewing machine/fabric store/s. Finally getting to quilt, read, cook, and enjoy my life.
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, applique, paper piecing, machine quilting, embroidery, crazy quilting, other
My pets are awesome!
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At 2:36pm on August 27, 2012, SandyO said…

Hi Linda....No problem; this is not an uncommon question. I always have both forms of garlic in my kitchen; actually 3 forms.  Chopped garlic is the larger cut; minced garlic is finer. Both are available in jars that last a looooong time in the fridge.  I use  them in the ratio of 1 teaspoon=1 clove (NOT head; that's the entire thing, filled with the little cloves!), The flavor of 'jarred' garlic is a bit milder as the chemical that give it it's pungency (can't remember the name right now) leaches out when the cloves are cut.  Fresh garlic is good for slicing, roasting and you can also chop or mince it to add to dishes.  It doesn't last long and shouldn't be kept in the fridge as it will sprout from the moisture.  I have a garlic jar that has holes in the sides for air circulation but it still won't keep more than a few weeks before drying out.  Anyway, use whatever is most convenient to you.  The jarried garlic is easier to measure out since the fresh garlic cloves tend to be different sizes.  If you can find elephant garlic (it has huge heads) it is much more mild if you just want a whisper of garlic flavor.  Garlic chives are also good, fresh and chopped into a dish.   Okay...more than you ever wanted to know about garlic!

At 6:51am on July 2, 2012, Linda Froggie Quilter (Okla) said…

Oh no, Linda, we weren't friends? I thought we were! I am glad you noticed.

~Hopppy quilting~

At 1:52pm on April 29, 2012, Andrea C. said…

Linda, if your time is cut short, do not worry about this. Deb told me you were in Paducah-lucky girl! Have fun, talk to you when you get back.

At 6:33am on April 6, 2012, Darce Ovel said…

Linda, wow!  Your projects are amazing and I love the photo of your sewing room.  

At 12:44pm on March 28, 2012, Roberta Marcinak said…

My God you are good!  I enjoyed your photos.

At 9:50pm on November 17, 2011, Peg said…

Linda  -Thanks for the compliments.  You really do need to make one of these jelly roll quilts.  It goes together quickly and is so fun because you have no idea what it will look like till it's finished.

At 11:50am on November 16, 2011, Jan from Iowa/Arkansas said…

I know that Marcia really appreciates your friendship and support during this really hard time for her and her hubby.  She is such a pleasure to be around.  I am so happy that she is in the same small group of quilt guild as me - as I feel I already know her!!!

Thanks for the comments on the house - it is getting there.  We are enjoying living in AR and are so happy we made the decision to move here.  Little did we know that we would make such good friends here and enjoy ourselves so much. 

If you are ever down this way to visit Marcie, be sure to let me know so you can come over and see our home in person!!!

At 10:03am on October 28, 2011, Shirley Phillips said…
Hi Linda, I loved your disappearing 9 patch and am trying to figure out how you did it so that it is "controlled scrappy". I'm wondering if there is a pattern I could order that would tell me how it's done? Also, you posted a few days ago about using what sounded like a spray that you used for basting a quilt. Would love to know more about that product, especially if it means I don't have to crawl around on the floor, pinning the quilt together! Thanks for any help you can give me. You seem so experienced and I wish I was close enough to take some of you classes!
At 10:46am on September 3, 2011, Bonnie Blessing said…
Thank you for your compliments on my work. I checked out the two You Tube sites. Both were very interesting in the way each technique is done. Thank you again for your time.
At 9:01pm on September 2, 2011, Bonnie Blessing said…
Thank you so very much. I am still relatively knew to being able to access all types of information on the internet, that I forget to check things out. I will definitely check out You Tube for those techniques. Again thank you very much for your time in answering my questions.  Bonnie
 
 
 

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