How long have you been a stitcher and how did you first learn?
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Do you or are you willing to travel for stitching events?
What's your favorite holiday and why?
Thanksgiving! I love to cook and there's no present buying pressure, so for me, a house filled with loved ones and good food is just the best holiday ever!!!
My immediate family is just me, my husband, John, and our two cats, but we have lots of brothers and sisters between us and tons of nieces and nephews whom we adore!
Do you have pets?
Being profitable would, of course, be a bonus.
What type of events do you offer at your store?
Our "Ladies of the Touch" developed into a large dedicated group of stitchers who shared countless hours of ideas, techniques and support for one another - inside and outside our shop.
A Bit About Saundra
Besides stitching and running your business, what are a few things you enjoy in your free time?
2 ½ cups Sifted All-Purpose Flour
2 teaspoons Baking Powder
¼ teaspoon Salt
1 teaspoon Vanilla
Cream cheese, butter and margarine together. Gradually add sugars and beat until well creamed. Add cocoa and one egg. Beat well.
Add flour, baking powder and salt alternately with the remaining five eggs. Beat well after adding each egg. Add the vanilla and blend.
Beat cheese, milk, vanilla and salt until smooth. Add confectioners sugar and beat until creamy.
This cake is wonderful to have during the Christmas holidays. It will stay fresh for several days. Great to serve at the end of a meal or as a late evening snack.