Wednesday, 15 May 2013

WIPW - Cup Cakes

Work In Progress Wednesday.  Don't miss the progress Sharon of Pintangle has made; it's another stunning crazy quilt block created in no time!
Here is my weekly progress report on the quilt.

Kafferepet

At the traditional Swedish coffee party you start with coffee and a bun, a cinnamon roll like I showed last week, or one flavoured with cardamom, butter or custard.

After that it is time for sponge cake. It is often baked in a tin and cut into slices. Here I have 'baked' them in paper cups instead; cup cakes are called 'muffins' in Swedish. There might be some kind of filling, blueberries or nuts, or topping. I used cherries and orange peel on mine.
However much I tried to pleat the fabric for the cups, the folds were difficult to get even. Now I think they look realistic and have the air of 'home baking' stamped all over.



Then there is another daisy for one of the corners of the border. Isn't it summery?

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    1. The wonderful thing with fabric edibles is that each viewer can imagine their favourite flavour. Banana bread, cinnamon, chocolate...

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  2. Gotta love those muffins ... and not a calorie among them!

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    1. Aren't they perfect? Their 'Best by Date' is also some somewhere in the far future. 2213? Now what kind of supermarket cakes would last that long?

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  3. very mouth watering but much better for the figure than the real thing! Wondered where the word muffin came from noe I know Sweden.

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    1. Good question, Margaret! I will try to research that. Watch this space!

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  4. I love the muffins and the paper cases are fab .

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    1. Thank you. I'm glad you like the paper cups. There was a time when I thought I would toss the whole block into the bin!

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  5. Your project is getting sweeter and sweeter!

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    1. There is only one piece of 'sweet' left to offer, then there will be metal and paper items on show.

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  6. Yummie cupcakes! I like your daisy too.

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    1. Thank you. I made another daisy last night and it looks awful, it must have been beaten down by a heavy shower!

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  7. Yummy fat free muffins!!!! and the paper cups look wonderful !! Waiting for more delicious sweet treats..You bakes well Queenie.

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    1. Baking with fabric is fun, and no need to waste electricity or gas on heating the oven!

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  8. Looking good enough to eat! Have you seen Greta Fitchett's cakes? http://www.heatherleadesign.com/Embroidery/heatherleaembroidery.htm

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    1. I just had a look. Fantastic, mouth watering creations! My quilt is too flat for such 3D goodies.

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  9. This is fun! I love you "baking" !

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  10. The cupcakes look natural enough!
    Making equal pleats is so difficult!

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