Fringe flowers featured on program
January 8, 2011
Information on candles, choosing happiness after a divorce and making fringe flowers will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. and noon Thursday.
Rita Fuentes is an independent consultant with PartyLite in Plymouth, Mass., and she says that not all candles are created alike! It’s what you can’t see that defines the real art of candle making, and this determines whether you get a good clean burn.
Author Jane Thompson will talk about dating and choosing a second mate based on her book “Choosing Happiness After Divorce.” She will also share some suggested resources, as well as demonstrate a recipe titled “I Don’t Pesto Pizza for One!” Thompson lives in Memphis, Tenn.
Designer and digitizer Laura Waterfield, owner of Laura’s Sewing Studio, says that fringe flowers add additional dimension to embroidery designs. She’ll demonstrate several types of fringe flowers that can be made with an embroidery machine. She’s from Tomball, Texas.
Information on new flavor twists for pasta and a unique line of cookware will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday
Home economists Roxanne Wyss and Kathy Moore will demonstrate some new flavor twists for ordinary pasta. They are with Williams Foods Inc. in Lenexa, Kan.
Andrew Clarke will show how to use a unique line of cookware to prepare some very healthy desserts and side dishes. Clarke represents Saladmaster in Arlington, Texas.