Horraay.. finally i found a stitching class where i can learn stitch and it is just around my locality.
Well, I have been looking for a while this "stitching class things" and they are mostly available somewhere a bit far from my home.. Where months back, I have delivered a baby girl and seem it’s more and more impossible for me to make it.
Though, times flies so fast and my little one is getting bigger and more independence with her toys and i would like to leave her at home with her granny for 1-2 hours daily as i wanted to teach and make her more socialized without me around. So I decided to join this class!
Rehana Sewing Class.. It's called and It's seems a local NGO's funded. Situated in a corner of 1st floor - a gated comunity, opposite crowded Malad's Market.
The teacher, Ms. Pooja seems not so good in English and we (me and my dear friend) Agnes Dyah Wijayanti are not soo good in Hindi nor Marathi (local language) but its not make us give up to learn.
After 5 mins long discussion among the students and Ms. Pooja, they asked us to come back on Monday to starts the class.. Excited!!
Now, we have finished couple of projects given by ms. Pooja such as Baby Jabla (simple baby top), Baby's panty, Baby's frock with frill, baby's umbrella's frock and adult's tunic's in on the way.)
Here are some quick snaps of them..:D
Wait our next project...:D Until then..
Sunday, 4 April 2010
One of the cakes that have been my favorite cake ever!! CARAMEL CAKE. Great to make in every occasion. It's very simple to make it.
I got this recipe from my old fav tabloid magazine " Tabloid Nova- 2007 edition". So before the original page will gone missing, inhere I want to save and share it.
- 400 Gram sugar
- 400 cc water
- 6 eggs
- 200 cc condense milk
- 150 gram margarines/butter
- 75 gram Corn flour
- 135 gram Flour
- 1 teaspoon of soda cake
- 1 1/2 teaspoon of Backing Powder
To prepare cake:
1. Coat round cake pans with lightly margarine/butter and dust it with 1 tablespoon flour, Set aside.
2. Caramelized sugar in water set a side.
3. Beat margarine/butter until smooth and add the condensed milk.
4. Add egg one by one and stir till it well blended
5. Add flour mixture and beat again till well blended.
6. Pour the dough into coated pans and bake it in oven with 180 Celsius for 60 minutes.