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"WHERE FABRIC AND CREATIVITY BECOME ONE"

That'll Do' Quilting & Gifts, a family owned and operated business is a quaint little shop surrounded by the beauty of farmland nestled near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. We specialize in all your quilting needs from patterns and fabrics to notions and inspiration. We offer you high quality fabrics at great prices. Our staff always have a smile for our guests and love to share laughs.

Located in the community of James River Bridge, 16 km north of Sundre, Alberta or from Hwy 2, we are 41.2 km west on Hwy 587 to Range 5-2. If you are vacationing in the area stop in and immerse yourself in the wonder of quilting.

Check out our son, David, featured in the Jan/Feb issue of the Alberta Country Register.

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Offerings @ That'll Do

For all the quilters who attend retreats in and near Sundre, bring in your Retreat Confirmation and recieve 10% off in store.

We will keep you updated on the classes and charity programs that we will be offering.

 

Just Arrived - HQ 16" Sweet Sixteen Sitdown LongArm

We will be offering this machine to rent instore on an hourly rate. We will be posting more information on this shortly. Stay tuned!!!! 


Fabric News

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IN - STORE SPECIAL 50% OFF. Spring Cleaning has started here at "That'll Do". Sale won't last long, be early for best selections. Stop by for a look maybe something will talk to you.

 

JUST ARRIVED!!!

Just in today summer seasoning bread mixes,corn on the cob seasoning, hot sauces and lemonades by Gourment Village.

Honey House Naturals.The Bee Bar - 

Signature Product
With the first use, the Bee Bar lotion bar, will heal and soothe your rough, dry skin. One application can last hours, even after multiple hand washings. Available in four mild scents, the compact Bee Bar, in its sturdy metal tin, fits easily into a pocket or purse. Experience the most remarkable lotion you will ever use. I've used this product and I have to say it really works. I find working with the cotton fabrics everyday, my hands feel and look pretty dry. This product does work.

Just released by Henry Glass, designed by  Leanne Anderson, Kitty Kat Kapers. just arrived today Jan 7, 2014.

 

 

 

 


Quilters Recipes

Here at "That'll Do" we have discovered quilters know how to do many things well, besides making quilts.

Their creativity spreads to many areas like gardening and cooking delicious food to share.

As everyone loves wonderful treats to make and eat on special occasions or for a "pick me up" on an ordinary day, it seemed natural to match quilters, quilts, and sweet treats.

Each week we will have a new recipe on our website to share with all.  If you have a recipe that you would like to share send it via email to us, also stating if you would like you name and location added, and we'll post it for you.

 

Till then, be happy and safe!

 

 


Recipe for the Week

Mother's Day is coming up and the Ladies Clubs around our area are having their Spring Teas, so we thought this recipe would be nice for either occassion.
 
 
Classic scones with jam & clotted cream
 
 
Ingredients
350g self-raising flour, plus more for dusting
¼ tsp salt
1 tsp baking powder
85g butter, cut into cubes
3 tbsp caster sugar
175ml milk
1 tsp vanilla extract
squeeze lemon juice (see Know-how below)
beaten egg, to glaze
jam and clotted cream, to serve
Directions
Heat oven to 220C/fan 200C/gas 7. Tip the flour into a large bowl with the salt and baking powder, then mix. Add the butter, then rub in with your fingers until the mix looks like fine crumbs. Stir in the sugar.
Put the milk into a jug and heat in the microwave for about 30 secs until warm, but not hot. Add the vanilla and lemon juice, then set aside for a moment. Put a baking sheet in the oven.
Make a well in the dry mix, then add the liquid and combine it quickly with a cutlery knife – it will seem pretty wet at first. Scatter some flour onto the work surface and tip the dough out. Dredge the dough and your hands with a little more flour, then fold the dough over 2-3 times until it’s a little smoother. Pat into a round about 4cm deep.
Take a 5cm cutter (smooth-edged cutters tend to cut more cleanly, giving a better rise) and dip it into some flour. Plunge into the dough, then repeat until you have four scones. By this point you’ll probably need to press what’s left of the dough back into a round to cut out another four. Brush the tops with beaten egg, then carefully place onto the hot baking tray.
Bake for 10 mins until risen and golden on the top. Eat just warm or cold on the day of baking, generously topped with jam and clotted cream. If freezing, freeze once cool. Defrost, then put in a low oven (about 160C/fan140C/gas 3) for a few mins to refresh.
Enjoy!!
 ENJOY!

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