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    This is Annie Whitsed's Crazy World a world where I stitch the joys and chaos of life into beautifull crazy quilts. email annie@loopylace.com
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Fish For Dinner – Detail 266 May 20th, 2007

Ballina is a man made Island, A creek and a river connected by a canal, surrounded by water with wharfs and bridges, boats and beaches to fish from, fishing was a common occupation and fresh fish a big part of our diet…I didn’t do much of the fishing but did help to cook them and they were always crumbed and fried.

visual journal ideas for cooking fish

I reduced the visual journal thoughts to the basic ingredients…

To cook fresh fish dust fillets with flour, dip in beaten egg and milk, coat with crumbs, fry in oil untill golden brown, season with salt pepper and lemon or Malt Vinegar…

what you need to cook fish

I hope that I will be able to find a Lemon shaped button or charm which I will put at the bottom of the vinegar bottle…I made the packets and bottles by photographing the items, printing them on T shirt transfer and then cutting oround the edges of the items before ironing to the fabric so that when I appliqued them I only had fabric to turn to the back…The applique was a bit fiddley but not to bad because the T shirt transfer meant that I didn’t have to worry about the fabric fraying…I padded the eggs for extra effect.

And Below is the finished Block 24.

24th block

3 Responses to “Fish For Dinner – Detail 266”

  1. Kathy Morrow Says:

    Annie, I am a great fan of your blog. I have some wonderful lemon beads that I would love to share with you. You can contact me at my email address if interested. Take care.

  2. Gerry Says:

    You little food items are so adorable. My goodness, they are soooo tiny. Thanks for telling how you made them. 🙂

  3. Marty52 Says:

    Such tee-tiny applique! It works wonderfully well. Are you going to put a frying pan on it, too?

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