Monday, September 29, 2014

Lemon Blueberry Muffins and Block 17!

On Saturday morning I played around with a new grain-free sugar-free muffin recipe...

Blueberries are cheap at the moment, and I love to partner them with lemon, so after a little bit of trial and error they emerged from the oven DELICIOUS!

Shez requested the recipe when I shared a photo on Instagram so here it is...

Mr E and I enjoyed a very nice afternoon tea that day. I hope you enjoy them too!

If you would prefer to download the recipe as PDF file you can do so HERE.

Monday means the new Lord's Prayer Quilt block is ready.
Block 17 this week...

 ...and now we can sew the next row of four blocks to the quilt top as well..

It's coming together beautifully.
I'm still deciding how I will border the finished quilt...any ideas?

 The pattern is free HERE in the shop.

REMAKE of block 16: Yesterday I restitched  last week's block which unfortunately had a spelling error. The pattern is now updated for you in the shop. If you've already downloaded just check your Craftsy pattern library as the new version will already have replaced the original in your files.

Here are two photos sent to me by lovely ladies who are stitching along with the Lord's Prayer Quilt.

From Joy...

...and from Karen...

Thank you ladies - your quilts will be gorgeous when this project is finished!

Tomorrow I have a Show & Tell from photos emailed to me of other Elefantz projects, and I also have a big reveal of my own...
See you then,


  1. Hi Jenny ,thankyou so much for your muffin recipe i cant wait to try it,your quilt is gorgeous,love the fabrics you have chosen,hope you have a wonderful day my friend.xx

  2. The Lord's Prayer quilt is looking lovely!

  3. Thank you for the pattern. I need to get caught up on printing them. The quilts look great.

  4. wow it looks great..
    love and hugs x

  5. Beautiful quilts all round!
    Those muffins look yummy! I bet you both enjoyed your tea :) Lemon just adds such a lovely fresh zest to most things!

  6. Yum Jenny, those look good - and your quilt is simply stunning, I can't wait to get started on that! I really love the fabric you're using for this. The ladies are doing beautifully as well!

  7. Thanks so much for the recipe. I'm looking forward to trying it!

  8. Oh those muffins sound great! Raspberries would go good, too. Thank you so much for block 17. How bad am I? I never even noticed there was a misspelling before!


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