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Virtual Cookie Exchange

Hi Quilting Friends,

Welcome to the 2018 Virtual Cookie Exchange!  We’re so happy to participate in this fun event again this year.  Thank you to our quilting friend, Carol, from Just Let Me Quilt, for organizing the blog hop again this year!  It is going to be SEW much fun!

Our cookie recipe today is super easy to make, which is a good thing because they disappear quite quickly!  Sharon usually ends up making two batches, one for our family to enjoy through the holidays and another to share with friends and neighbors.  Can you think of a nicer gift than a plate filled with yummy cookies?

Magic Cookie Bars Recipe from Ms P Designs USA

You can substitute more chocolate chips for the M & M’s, if you like.  If chocolate and more chocolate isn’t your favorite, then use butterscotch or vanilla chips instead.  (I can’t imagine feeling that way, but different strokes for different folks, right?)  I’m pretty sure that you won’t ever be disappointed in the results!

Susan made a set of pretty Christmas place mats for our Mom last year.  The piecing is easy, with just squares, rectangles, and half-square triangles.  Susan used two shades of green, a pretty red, and a fun printed dot on white.  Won’t this make a cheery Christmas morning table setting?  And, if you won’t have time to make them before Christmas, just imagine how pretty they would be in pink, red, and purple for Valentine’s Day!

Christmas Hearts Place Mats by Ms P Designs USA

If you’d like to make a set of the Christmas hearts place mats, you can purchase the pattern right here!

Christmas Hearts Place Mats by Ms P Designs USA

Christmas Hearts Place Mat Set

This pretty set of four 12" by 18" piece place mats is perfect for your Christmas table! But wait- you could use pink, purple, or red and white fabrics for Valentine's day instead!

$8.00

Thanks for stopping by today!  We love to have you here for a visit, and we enjoy your comments!  Don’t forget to hop on over to the rest of the blogs this week for more virtual sweets and treats!

Happy quilting,

Sharon 

 

And here’s the list of participating bloggers!

November 27

Kwilty Pleasures

Tu-Na Quilts, Travels, and Eats

Songbird Designs

Creative Latitude

You Are Here!  Ms P Designs USA

Gray Barn Designs

Alycia Quilts

Happy Cottage Quilter

Sew Many Yarns

For The Love Of Geese

November 28

Creatin’ in the Sticks

Vroomans Quilts

It’s A T-Sweet Day!

Domestic Felicity

That Fabric Feeling

Home Sewn By Us

Karrin’s Crazy World

Adventurous Applique and Quilting

Bumbleberry Stitches

Melva Loves Scraps

Beaquilter

November 29

MooseStashQuilting

Pieceful Thoughts of My Quilting Life

Kathleen McMusing

DesertSky Quilting

Life in the Scrapatch

Ridge Top Quilt

Cynthia’s Creating Ark

Bejeweled Quilts by Barb

Pumpkin Patch Patterns & Quilting

Operation Domestic Goddess

Just Let Me Quilt

27 thoughts on “Virtual Cookie Exchange

  1. Oh my gosh, your recipe brought a huge rush of memories of Christmas pasts. My mom made those bars every year using chocolate chips, but M&M’s sound delicious, too. Yum! That is the cutest and festive place mat in Christmas colors…they’d perfectly match those bars with M&M’s. Thanks for being a part of my blog hop! xo

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  2. I love your quilted heart! Thanks for the cookie recipe! I eat at my desk at work a lot. I keep thinking that I need a placemat for every season — your would be a good place to start….

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  3. I’ve never met a cookie bar I didn’t love. This sounds magical. Cute placemat too. I bet your mom loves them. Merry Christmas – thanks for the song too!

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  4. Magic cookie bars have been a family favorite for 30+ years! I need to find some gluten-free graham crackers to make me some. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Yum, yum. The cookies sound delicious. The placemats are so cute – I agree that they could be just as cute for Valentine’s Day with just a minor change in color.

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  6. Those cookies sound yummy! My friend makes a delicious one and I feel like she said it was Barefoot Contessa or Silver Palate. I’ll have to try to find out – they are soooo buttery. I love knowing that bar recipe….it is one of my favorites when I run into it!

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