My mom, sister and I made flower pins last night for a little Friday night fun! Patty H. gave me the vintage fabric scraps that we used to make them. Thank you, Patty!
Aren't they cute?
We think it would be super cute to make a really big one for a pillow.
Speaking of Friday night fun, my sister posted the rolls she made on a Friday night a while back and I wanted to share the family recipe. It is the same recipe I used to make our cinnamon rolls. It is a very yummy, versatile recipe. I made them for home group this week and they are always a hit. The rolls freeze really well too if you want to make up a bunch like my sis!
Washington County Fair Rolls
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup veg. oil
1/2 cup dry milk
1 package yeast dissolved in 1 cup of very warm water
4 cups flour
1 tsp. salt
Leave in bowl and let stand overnight (cover with a dish towel).
Morning: Gather dough into large ball and divide in half. Roll out one half at a time on a floured board and cut in wedge-shaped pieces. Roll up from wide edge into roll.
Place on a well greased cookie sheet and bake at 400 degrees for 7 minutes.
The dough can be used for everything from pigs in a blanket to braided sweet breads, etc.