Which pretty much sums up my blogging for 2016 and I suppose my quilting too.
On the spur of the moment I decided that today I would make croissants, I'm using a recipe which is in the book: From Julia Child's Kitchen, I've used this recipe before and even though I've had varying degrees of success the results have always been edible.
Ingredients for croissant making: flour, salt, sugar, yeast, milk, water and oil
mix until the dough forms,
the dough is then tipped out on the bench and flipped around with the scraper,
before being dropped into a container and left to rise (about 3 hours)
almost there, and then the dough will be turned out, patted out into a 30cm/1 foot rectangle, folded in three (like a business letter) then placed into a bowl, popped into the fridge and left until tomorrow morning, in the meantime I can get on with finishing this quilt.