In progress... + Peanut cookie recipe

Hexagons. Why didn't anyone tell me hexagons are so addictive? I just cannot stop sewing them. Guess what I'm gonna make these pretty hexagons with....?

I'm a little obsessed with patchwork lately. I started learning to sew from patchworking and till now, I'm still loving every moment from fabric choosing to piecing. Although sometimes I feel it's kinda time wasting to patch so much for something so simple.

Just to share the drawstring bags I made for Meatball and Chilli. Obviously, they didn't know the purpose (even after explanation) so I was the one who lugged them all the way from house to house visit. But it's ok. I'll keep the bags till next year's new year for them to use again!^_^

Oh, before I forget (yes, I'm very forgetful), here is my recipe for the CNY peanut cookies. Sorry I know CNY has passed long ago... But I hope everyone can still try it when you are free.

Ingredients (makes one small tub):
200g plain flour
200g ground peanut powder
100g sugar (i used icing sugar for a smoother texture)
1/4 tsp salt
100g oil (i used my cooking oil - rice bran oil but you can use any type)
1/2 tsp baking powder

1. Preheat oven to 160oC and line your baking tray with parchment paper.
2. Mix all ingredients together to form a dough. A nice dough should not stick to your fingers.
3. Use a shape cutter (i used a round one from kiddos' PlayDough set) to mould the cookie dough to your desired shape.
4. It will be good to brush a little egg yolk on the cookie dough for more appealing look.
5. Into the oven for a good 15 min or until cookies turn golden brown.

Easy-peasy! Well, I only like easy recipes for my cooking. Lazy me!

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MaryJanes and Galoshes said...

I've never made a hexi and I'm having a hard time finding a tutorial online. Do you know of a good one?


sagu's fantasy said...

hi can you pls tell where can i find vintage linen fabric btw love your work. :-)

Wynn said...

hi taylor! if you don't mind, i can do a simple tute for you?

hi sagu's fantasy, i buy vintage stuff from local vintage shops.=) I think you can find them online too. Try Etsy? let me know if you can find!

sagu's fantasy said...

i couldn't find them :-( plsssssssssssss helppppppp
which shop do you buy them???