Saturday, October 18, 2014


Who's there?
My Lazy Daisy Shop
Announces a Weekend Wow

$2.95 Per Yard

While supplies last 

Merryville Complete kit also available
All kinds of fun prints and collections

 As I hit the road for Houston my new home 
for the next few weeks.
Quilt Market begins on October 25-27 
followed by Festival
If you are in the area stop by and say Hi.

Booth No 452 for Market
Booth No.  546 for Festival

Don't miss the sale and saving this weekend as 
well as new Daily Deals everyday!

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Pizza and Daily Deals


My newest toy to add to my kitchen collection is a 
Pizza Maker by Breville I got mine at Williams Sonoma.
Its an electric Pizza Baker which heats up to 
600 degrees and has a stone it 
bakes the Pizza like a Brick Oven would.
I learned a few tricks on my first attempt.
I also didn't do a traditional tomato sauce I decided to use a 
Herb Italian Olive Oil ….SO YUMMY!

 I used fresh basil, tomato, mozzarella 
and  parmesan cheeses. 
 I piled my ingredients a bit too high and 
also didn't use quite enough flour so it would slide off my paddle easier.  Therefore my Pizza was not round more oblong or some kind of other shape? Now I know why wood fire thin crusted pizza only has a few toppings the weight of too much 
topping is difficult to support. 
The cooker has different settings depending on the
thickness of your crust.
The newest toy to the website is our 
Daily Deals 
everyday we will be posting a new deal.  
Some of these deals are more than 

and on the weekend we will be offering the
Weekend Wow this will be a product to save on 
all weekend as long as supplies last.
You don't want to miss to savings so check everyday.
They post in the morning by 10 am here at the warehouse.

The pizza was amazing and so are the Daily Deals.
Don't miss all the upcoming news and events as well as 
fabulous recipes, quilting tips, family moments
 and life changing stories.  
The blog like our company is always changing and 
offers a wide range of ideas, deals, promotions and events.

Order your Cook Book today
as a gift for the Holiday.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Sloppy Joes


What to do when there is nothing to do? 
The Great Outdoors is the perfect answer.  
When you are screaming, crying, running, laughing, or just enjoying the fresh air the Great Outdoors is the way to go.

When the time comes to have all the kids sometimes it is so chaotic that you simply need something to do
 with them for a distraction.   
 The perfect time of year in St. George for hiking and discovery.
The red hills are beautiful and make for incredible trails, cracks and ledges to explore.
Although Zac is really not a kid as a cousin he is Number 1.
He has as much fun as the 4 year olds and when 
you're 17 that is really great or is it?
 It's always fun to find a cave.

How many can you fit in the wagon?
There is never a limit to the fun that can be had.
Making memories and spending time 
together is what we do best!
With busy grandkids who love to explore it 
doesn't get much better than this.

After Hiking we came home to Sloppy Joe's and Salads
Here is the amazing Sloppy Joe Recipe in the Cookbook page 50

Sloppy Joes
1 pound lean ground beef
1 can tomato soup
1/2 cup ketchup
squirt of mustard
3 Tablespoon brown sugar
1 Tablespoon vinegar
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

Brown ground beef and drain. 
Mix all ingredients and let simmer for a few minutes.

For other fun recipes order the Lazy Daisy Cookbook

Friday, October 10, 2014


Guiltless Gracies 

 October Flavor of the Month
Our flavor of the month is exclusive to My Lazy Daisy. 
It is a hand picked collection of prints using a variety of fabrics.  
Each flavor is unique and designed to be original. 
Every month you will find pre-cuts, 
5x5 squares, 10x10 squares, 6 fat quarters, 
a cotton project and minky project in coordinating matching fabrics. 
 Each of the projects come complete with backing, binding and pattern instructions.  
You can purchase individual items or by purchasing the value pack
 you will receive one of each item in the flavor of the month at a discounted price


Gracie Lou
Party Topper 
This fun table topper is made from 
5x5 squares of
 Gracies Fabrics
Simply cut the 5"squares in fourths
giving you
 4- 2 1/2 squares 

Lay the Gracie squares on your background solid color 
These background blocks are cut 3 1/2"x 3 1/2" 
Stitch diagonally trim excess fabric 
leaving 1/4" seam allowance
Press open to create the finished block.

Stitch in rows to create the design  
and the pattern desired.

Add borders as desired

 Guiltless Gracies 
5x5 squares

Guiltless Gracies
10x10 Squares

All kinds of fun patterns and designs using the 
reproduction fabrics. 
 There are many possibilities and ways to use pre-cuts and make a variety of projects.
Check out these and many other ideas online

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Grab n Go

Gracies "Grab n Go"
The method for this project is made with the 
flip and sew technique.  
Follow along and see how simple and quick this goes together.

Finished size 30x30

Begin with laying your backing piece of minky 
(minky with right side down)
spray your batting piece to the backing to hold in place.
Next cut your center square and center it on the backing/batting 
Make your tie
Pin tie in place diagonally

Add the next row and pin to center piece and tie.
Stitch using about 3/8" seam allowance.

Open and spray to lay strip flat.  You are now ready to attach the other side to the center block.
We always recommend the 505 Spray

It is easy to use and doesn't gum up your machine or needle.
It is a temporary adhesive so remember it washes out and you need to stitch to keep in place.
Find this product in Tools and Notions 
along with flower head pins.

Continue adding rows and open each time keeping seams flat and ready to attach the next row.

Using the flower head pins because they are long and thin.  
Pin about 2-3" apart lining up seams.

Notice the batting is visible remember you are sewing through all layers the top seams the batting and the backing.
This means when the project is sewn it is complete and ready for you to attach binding.  
There is no additional quilting required.

Order today the complete kit is available for
You will find it under the flavor of the month
It's a fast fun project to take in the car, lay on the floor as a mat and attach a toy to the handle or just snuggle up with it.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Minky Quilts

Pre-made Minky Quilts

Wow these are amazing quilts which 
are available to purchase all finished.
These luxurious soft quilts are double sided
with the highest quality minky products sold.

On Sale this week
Regular Price $84.95
Adult Throw Size

 Available in 7 different color options
 Check your Christmas List and Order today!
 A must have gift for you and your loved one
check under the category
Pre-made Quilts 

 Black and Brown Solid 
Beautiful and soooo Soft its hard to resist!

Place your order today and remember
Shipping is only $5.00 per order

Wednesday, October 1, 2014



Cut all binding strips 2" wide
Remember you are working with fabric 
58"- 60" wide fabric

For a 60x72 you need 5 strips
For a 48x60 you need 4 strips

TIP after cutting the minky toss strips in the dryer on air fluff no heat for a few minutes to remove all lint and minky dust. 

Stitch all binding strips in one 
continuous strip sewing Diagonally. 

Place the quilt right side up and lay binding strip on with right sides together leaving about 12" as a tail. 
You will be using a single layer of 
minky and 3/8 seam allowance. 
Stitch in the same manner as a cotton binding.
when you get to the corner stop about 1/8"
from edge fold the binding 45 degree angle.  

Then bring the binding strip back lining up the top edge.  
 This makes a mitered corner.
 Begin stitching at the corner with
 3/8" seam allowance.

 When you get to the end where they line up cut 
the tail leaving about 6" unstitched. 
 Bring the other strip (with the excess minky) and line it up to match the cut minky piece.  Fold back lining it up to the cut piece and measure 2" from the folded edge
 cut the excess minky off.
 Lay the binding strip right sides together 
and  sew together diagonally.
 After you stitch check to see that the minky binding strip lays flat and then trim the excess minky.   
Lay flat and stitch in place. 
 On the back side of the quilt you will stitch the minky binding in place.   Fold the binding under slightly 
and use a serpentine stitch at 4 length.  

NOTE you can fold the minky slightly 
under or you can leave the minky edge raw. 
 You just want to stitch on the edge of the binding.
 This is the front of the minky quilt when the 
binding has sewn with the serpentine stitch.  
If you stay on the edge it will be right 
along the seam on the front also.  

Don't forget this week is 
watch for specials in our online store