Apple, Rhubarb and Berry Traybake Recipe


This is so delicious, and we have added an extra twist – custard inside the traybake to give it that lovely ‘oozy’ texture inside. This traybake is really yummy with coffee or afternoon tea, but also in a lunch box. Once cool, you can reheat and serve with cream or ice cream, or more custard!

Serves: 16-20 pieces
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes

 

INGREDIENTS:

9 oz butter
5 oz caster sugar
3½ oz dark brown sugar
4 large eggs
1 tsp vanilla extract
12½ oz self-raising flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
7 oz rhubarb
10 oz Bramley apples, peeled, cored and thinly sliced
3½ oz berries, such as blackberries or blueberries
4 oz ready-made pouring custard
1 oz Demerara sugar

 

METHOD:

Preheat the oven to 350°F/180°C/Gas mark 4. Butter and line a rectangular baking tin (approximately 11 in x 8 in) with baking paper.

Poach the rhubarb with a little sugar for approximately 5 minutes.

Place the butter, caster sugar and dark brown soft sugar into a large mixing bowl and beat for 2-3 minutes until smooth. Add the eggs and vanilla and continue to beat for 2 minutes. Finally add the flour, baking powder and cinnamon and beat briefly to combine.

Spread half the mixture into the prepared tin. Arrange half the apples, half the rhubarb and half the berries over the top of the mixture, drizzle with half the custard, and then repeat the process. Before baking, sprinkle over the Demerara sugar.

Bake for 45-50 minutes until golden and springy to the touch. Leave to cool for 10 minutes, then turn out of tin and remove paper. Cut into bars or squares before serving.

The Little Vest Suit Pattern


Directions are for Small Size (6 to 8). Changes for Large (10 to 12) are in parentheses.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Columbia-Minerva KNITTING WORSTED (4 oz pull skein) OR NANTUK 4-PLY KNITTING YARN (2 or 4 oz pull skein): 10 (12) ozs
Needles: One "Boye" crochet hook Size I

Gauge: 6 groups to 4 inches; 4 rows to 3 inches

Vest: Starting at lower edge of body ch 90 (98). Row 1: Drawing up each dc to ¾ inch, work 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, * ch 1, skip 1 ch, 1 dc in next ch, repeat from * across. Counting turning ch at start of row, there are 45 (49) dc across, ch 3, turn. Row 2Right side: Counting turning ch as first dc, work 1 dc in first ch-1 space for first group, * 2 dc in next space for a 2-dc group, repeat from * across — 44 (48) groups, ch 4, turn. Row 3: 1 dc between first and 2nd groups, * ch 1, 1 dc between next 2 groups, repeat from * across, end last dc in turning ch, ch 3, turn. Repeat Rows 2 & 3 for pat, working until there are 7 (8) group rows and 8 (9) open rows — about 10 (11½) inches from start. Width across body is 29½ (32) inches.

Armholes & Neck: For right front work 10    (11) groups, ch 4, turn. Row 2: Holding back last loop of each dc, work 1 dc after each of first 2 groups, yo and through all 3 loops on hook for neck dec, ch 1, work to last 2 groups, work a dec dc after last group and in turning ch for armhole dec, ch 3, turn. With 2 groups less across, work group row. Repeat last 2 rows twice more; 4 (5) groups rem. Work until armhole measures 7 (8) inches. Fasten off.

Back: On right side, skip 2 spaces on last long row for underarm, join yarn in next space, ch 3, work in pat until there are 20 (22) groups across, ch 4, turn. * Dec at beg and end of row as on front. Work 1 row. Repeat from * twice more. Work on the 14 (16) groups to match front armhole. Fasten off.

Left Front: Skip 2 spaces on last long row, join yarn in next space, ch 3, work to left front edge; 10 (11) groups. Finish same as right front.

Sew shoulder seams matching stitch for stitch. Starting at shoulder seam, crochet 1 row of sc around fronts and neck, do not inc at corners to round them. Starting at underarm, crochet sc around armholes.

Ties: Join yarn at front edge at start of neck. Ch 24, sl st back along chain, fasten off. Make tie at opposite edge.

Skirt: Ch 100 (108). Work same as vest having 49 (53) groups on group rows and 50 (54) dc on openwork rows, to about 11 (12½) inches or desired length from start, end with openwork row then work 1 more openwork row for eyelets. Fasten off. On right side crochet 1 row of sc around front and lower edges, do not inc at corners to round them.

Ties: Make a 36 (40) inch chain. Sl st back along chain, fasten off. Lace through front edges and tie just above lower edge. Make another chain for waistline and lace through eyelets at top.


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Seashell Shift Pattern


Directions are for Small Size (8 to 10.) Changes for Medium (12 to 14) are in parentheses.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Columbia-Minerva KNITTING WORSTED (4 oz pull skein) OR NANTUK 4-PLY KNITTING YARN (2 or 4 oz pull-skein) — 10 ozs
Needle: One "Boye" crochet hook Size I (J)

Gauge: On Size 1: 1 ch-3 loop to 1 inch
On Size J: 2 ch-3 loops to 2¼ inches

Back: Ch 10 for first shoulder edge.

Row 1: 1 sc in 6th ch from hook, * ch 3, skip 1 ch, 1 sc in next ch, repeat from * once, ch 5, turn. Row 2: 1 sc in first ch-3 loop, * ch 3, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * once, ch 5, turn. Rows 3 through 9: Repeat Row 2 omitting ch 5 at end of Row 9 only. Fasten off. Ch 10 for 2nd shoulder. Work same as be­fore but do not fasten off, ch 5, turn.

Neck: 1 sc in first loop, * ch 3, 1 sc in next loop *, repeat from * to * once, ch 22, 1 sc in last ch-5 loop of other shoulder, repeat from * to * twice, ch 3, 1 sc in last sc, ch 5, turn.

Row 1: 1 sc in first loop, * ch 3, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * once, ch 3, 1 sc in first ch on neck, ** ch 3, skip 2, 1 sc in next ch, repeat from ** 6 times more, ch 3, 1 sc in next loop, work to end, ch 5, turn. There are 14 loops across. Row 2: 1 sc in first loop, * ch 3, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * across, ch 5, turn. Rows 3 through 7: Repeat Row 2 omitting ch-5 at end of last row. Fasten.

Front: Same as back, do not fasten off, ch 5, turn. Join to back by working across front, ch 11 for underarm, 1 sc in ch-5 loop on back, work across back, end 1 sc in last sc, ch 11, sl st in ch-5 loop on front, fasten off.

Body: Join in center ch at underarm. Row 1: 1 sc in same ch, ch 3, skip 2, 1 sc in next ch, ch 3, skip 2, 1 sc in first loop on front, work across front, end 1 sc in last loop, * ch 3, skip 2 ch, 1 sc in next ch, repeat from * twice more, ch 3, 1 sc in first loop on back, work across back, end 1 sc in last loop, ch 3, skip 2 ch, 1 sc in next ch, ch 3, join with sl st to first sc — 34 loops. Mark beg of rows. Row 2: Ch 3, * 1 sc in next loop, ch 3, repeat from * around. Width at bust is 34 (38) inches around. Work around on the 34 loops for 21 more rows. Next row work in pat, end 1 sc in last loop, ch 3, join — 35 loops around.

Start Fan Pat: Mark first loop for start. * Ch 3, 1 sc in next loop *, repeat from * to * twice, ** ch 5 for fan loop, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * to * 6 times, repeat from ** 3 times more, ch 5 for fan, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * to * 4 times, sl st in first loop. Row 2: * Work loops to ch-5 fan loop, ch 2, work 6 sc in fan, ch 2, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * 4 times more, work to end. Row 3: * Work to ch-2 space, ch 2, 2 dc in first sc, 1 dc in next 4 sc, 2 dc in last sc, ch 2, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * 4 times more, work to end. Row 4: * Work to next ch-2, ch 2, ** 2 dc in next dc, 1 dc each of next 2, 2 dc in next dc, repeat from ** once, ch 2, 1 sc in next ch-3 loop, repeat from * 4 times more, work to end. Row 5: * Work to ch-2, ch 2, 1 dc in each of next 3, ** ch 1, 1 dc in next 3, repeat from ** twice more, ch 2, 1 sc in next ch-3 loop, repeat from * 4 times, work to end. Row 6: * Work to ch-2, ** ch 2, 1 dc in next 3 dc, repeat from ** 3 times more, ch 2, 1 sc in next ch-3, repeat from * 4 times more, work to end.

Row 7: * Ch 3, skip ch-2, ** skip 1 dc, 1 sc in center dc of next 3-dc, ch 3, 1 sc in next ch-2 space, ch 3, repeat from ** twice, 1 sc in center dc of next 3-dc, ch 3, skip ch-2, 1 sc in next ch-3 loop, repeat from * 4 times more, ch 3, skip ch-2, 1 sc in next ch-3, 40 loops around. Mark last sc for start of row. Row 8: * Ch 3, 1 sc in next loop *, repeat from * to * 5 times more, ** ch 5 for fan loop, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * to * 7 times, ch 5 for fan, 1 sc in next loop, ch 3, 1 sc in first loop. Rows 9 through 13: Repeat Rows 2 through 6, end Row 13 ch 3, skip last ch-2 after last fan, 1 sc in next ch-3. Row 14: Work in loop pat as on Row 7 — 45 loops around, end 1 sc in ch-3 loop before fan. Mark start of row. Row 15: * Ch 3, 1 sc in next loop *, repeat from * to * 7 times more, ** ch 5 for fan, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * to * 8 times, repeat from ** 3 times more, ch 5 for last fan, 1 sc in next loop — 5 fans around and 8 ch-3 loops between. Continue in pat until fans are complete, end 1 sc in next loop. Next Row: Work as Row 7 on 50 ch-3 loops.

Picots: * Ch 2, 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, ch 1, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * around, join and fasten off.

Seam shoulders. Work picots around neck and armholes.


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Big & Little Dresses Pattern


Directions are for Toddler Size (2 to 4). Changes for Child (6 to 8), Petite Miss (8 to 10) and Average Miss (12 to 14) are in parentheses.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Columbia-Minerva KNITTING WORSTED (4 oz pull skein) OR NANTUK 4-PLY KNITTING YARN (2 or 4 oz pull skein): 8 (10-12-12) ozs
Needles: For Toddler & Child — one "Boye" crochet hook Size H
For Petite & Average Miss — one "Boye" crochet hook Size I

Gauge: On Size H — 3 shells to 5 inches
On Size I — 3 shells to 5½ inches

Back: Ch 27 (31-35-39) very loosely for neck and shoulder.

Row 1: In 7th ch from hook work 2 dc, ch 2 and 2 dc for a shell, * skip 3 ch, 1 shell in next ch, repeat from * 4 (5-6-7) times more, ch 3, turn.

Row 2: 1 shell in ch-2 space of each shell, end 1 dc in turning-ch, ch 3, turn. Repeat Row 2 having 6 (7-8-9) shells across, for pat, working 4 (4-5-6) more rows, omit turning-ch at end of last row.

Fasten off, leave end for marker.

Front: Work same as back, do not fasten off, ch 3 at end of last row.

To Join: Work same as Row 2 across front, end 1 dc in turning ch, ch 3 for underarm, join to back by working 1 dc in marked dc, 1 shell in each shell across back, 1 dc in last dc, ch 3 for underarm, join to first dc on front. Fasten off.

Body: Join yarn in center ch st at underarm. For first shell ch 3, 1 dc, ch 2 and 2 dc in center st, 1 shell in each shell across front, 1 shell in center st of underarm chain, 1 shell in each shell across back, sl st to ch-3 of first shell, sl st to ch-2 space of same shell, there are 14 (16-18-20) shells around. Width around is 23 (26½-33-36½) inches.

Row 2: Ch 3, 1 dc, ch 2 and 2 dc in first space, 1 shell in each shell around, join to ch-3 of first shell, ch 1, sl st to space of same shell. Repeat last row 3 (4-6-6) times more. Working a 2 dc, ch 3 and 2 dc shell in each shell, work 4 more rows.

Toddler & Child only join to ch-3 of first shell, ch 1, sl st in space.
Misses only working a 3 dc, ch 3 and 3 dc shell in each shell, work 5 more rows, join to ch-3 of first shell, ch 1, sl st to space.

All Sizes ch 3, work 1 (1-2-2) dc, ch 2 and 2 (2-3-3) dc in space for first shell, * ch 1, in next ch-3 space work 11 dc for scallop, ch 1, 2 (2-3-3) dc, ch 2 and 2 (2-3-3) dc shell in next shell, repeat from * around, end ch 1, scallop in space of last shell, ch 1, join to ch-3, ch 1, sl st to first space.

Row 2: Work first shell, ** skip 1 dc on scallop, * ch 1, 1 dc in next dc *, repeat from * to * 8 times more, ch 1, skip last dc of scallop, 1 shell in next shell, repeat from ** to last scallop, skip 1 dc, repeat from * to * 9 times, ch 1, join, sl st in space.

Row 3: Work first shell, ** ch 1, 1 sc in space between next 2 dc's on scallop, * ch 3, 1 sc in next ch-1 space *, repeat from * to * 6 times more, ch 1, 1 shell in next shell, repeat from ** to last scallop, ch 1, 1 sc in first space on scallop, repeat from * to * 7 times, ch 1, join, sl st in space.

Row 4: Work first shell, ** ch 1, 1 sc in next ch-3 loop, * ch 3, 1 sc in next loop *, repeat from * to * 5 times more, ch 1, 1 shell in next shell, repeat from ** to last scallop, ch 1, 1 sc in next ch-3 loop, repeat from * to * 6 times, ch 1, join, sl st in space.

Row 5: Work first shell, ** ch 2 (2-3-3), 1 sc in ch-3 loop of scallop, * ch 3, 1 sc in next ch-3 loop *, repeat from * to * 4 times more, ch 2 (2-3-3), 1 shell in shell, repeat from ** to last scallop ch 2 (2-3-3), 1 sc in loop, repeat from * to * 5 times, ch 2 (2-3-3), join, sl st in space.

Toddler & Child only fasten off.
Misses only work first shell, ** ch 4, 1 sc in ch-3 loop, * ch 3, 1 sc in next loop *, repeat from * to * 3 times more, ch 4, 1 shell in shell, repeat from ** to last scallop, ch 4, 1 sc in loop, repeat from * to * 4 times, ch 4, join and fasten off.

All Sizes: Sew shoulder seams from outer edge for ½ (½-1-1) inch. Working backward from left to right crochet 1 row of sc around neck and armholes.


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Manly Tank Tops Pattern


Directions are for Small Size (8 to 10). Changes for Medium (12 to 14), Large (36 to 38) and Extra Large (40 to 42) are in parentheses.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Columbia-Minerva KNITTING WORSTED (4 oz pull skein) OR NANTUK 4-PLY KNITTING YARN (2 or 4 oz pull skein): 6 (8-8-10) ozs
Needle: One "Boye" crochet hook Size J

Gauge: 5 sc to 2 inches; 5 rows to 2 inches.

Back: Ch 35 (35-43-43) loosely.

Row 1: Starting in 2nd ch from hook, crochet 1 sc in each ch st — 34 (34-42-42) sc across row, ch 2, turn. Row 2: 1 hdc in 2nd sc from hook, * ch 1, skip 1 sc, 1 hdc in next sc, repeat from * across working last hdc in turning ch, ch 2, turn. Counting turning ch at start of row as 1 hdc there are 18 (18-22-22) hdc and 17 (17-21-21) ch-1 spaces across. Note: Turning ch always counts as 1 st. Row 3: 1 hdc in first space, * ch 1, 1 hdc in next space *, repeat from * to * across — 18 (18-22-22) hdc and 17 (17-21-21) spaces, ch 2, turn. Row 4: 1 sc in first space, * 1 sc in hdc, 1 sc in next space, repeat from * across, ch 2, turn. Mark end of Row 4 for lower edge. Repeat Rows 2, 3 & 4 for pat, working marked edge straight for lower edge and inc'ing at opposite edge for armhole. Row 5: Work as Row 2 to last sc, ch 1, 1 hdc in last sc for armhole inc, ch 1, 1 hdc in turning ch, ch 2, turn. Row 6: 1 hdc in first hdc for an inc, ch 1, 1 hdc in first space, repeat from * to * of Row 3 across, ch 2, turn. There are 20 (20-24-24) hdc across including turning ch. Row 7: Work as Row 4 on the 38 (38-46-46) sts then ch 19 (19-23-23) for armhole, turn. Row 8: 1 hdc in 2nd ch from hook, * ch 1, skip 1 ch, 1 hdc in next ch, repeat from * across chain, skip last ch st, ** ch 1, 1 hdc in next sc, repeat from ** across, end last hdc in turning ch, ch 2, turn — 30 (30-36-36) hdc across. Starting with Row 3 work 6 rows in pat for shoulder, end at lower edge with Row 2. Row 15: Work as Row 3 to last 9 hdc, ch 2, turn. Starting with Row 4, work 7 (13-19-25) rows in pat, end at lower edge with Row 4. Row 23 (29-35-41): Work as Row 2 then ch 16 for side of neck, turn. Row 24 (30-36-42): 1 hdc in 2nd ch from hook, ch 1, skip 1 ch, 1 hdc in next ch, continue in pat to lower edge, ch 2, turn. There are 30 (30-36-36) hdc. Starting with Row 4 work in pat for 6 rows for shoulder, end at lower edge with Row 3. Row 31 (37-43-49): Work as Row 4 until there are 37 (37-45-45) sts, ch 2, turn. Row 32 (38-44-50): 1 hdc in 3rd sc for armhole dec, work in pat across, ch 2, turn. Row 33 (39-45-51): Work first 18 (18-22-22) sts including turn, ch 2, turn. Starting with Row 4, work in pat for 4 rows end with an sc row. Fasten off. Width across back is 15 (17-19-21) inches.

Front: Same as back as pat is reversible.

Sew side and shoulder seams. On right side starting at side seam, cro­chet 3 rows of sc around lower edge hold­ing in to fit. On right side, starting at underarm, crochet 1 (1-2-2) rows of sc around armholes. Starting at shoulder, crochet 2 (2-3-3) rows around neck holding in at corners for rounded effect. Fasten off.


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Petite Poncho Pattern


Fits Sizes 4 to 10

MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Columbia-Minerva KNITTING WORSTED (4 oz pull skein) OR NANTUK 4-PLY KNITTING YARN (2 or 4 oz pull skein): 4 ozs
Needles: One "Boye" crochet hook Size "I"

Gauge: 1 mesh and 1 sc to 1 inch

Starting at top ch 51.

Row 1: 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, 1 dc in each of next 5 ch, * 2 dc in next ch, 1 dc in each of next 6 ch, repeat from * 5 times more — 4 dc. Join with a sl st to top of ch-3 at start. Do not turn.

Row 2: Ch 3, work * 1 dc in each of next 5 dc, 2 dc in next dc, repeat from * 8 times more, work to end — 63 dc, join.

Row 3: * Ch 3, skip 1 dc, 1 sc in next dc, repeat from * around, end ch 3, 1 sc in joining. Mark beg of rows.

Rows 4, 5, & 6: * Ch 4, 1 sc in next loop, repeat from * around.

Row 7: * (Ch 4, 1 sc in next loop) 15 times, ch 4, 1 sc in next sc for an inc, repeat from * once more.

Rows 8 through 20: Repeat Row 4. Fasten off.

Crochet 1 row of sc on top edge.

Fringe: Cut four 16-inch strands.  Fold in half and draw loop through mesh on last row then draw ends through loop and tighten. Repeat fringe in every mesh.


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Minimex Poncho Pattern


Directions are for Small Size (4 to 6). Changes for Medium (8 to 10) and Large (12 to 14) are in parentheses.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Columbia-Minerva BULKY NANTUK (2 oz pull skein) –
Color A: 2 (3-3) skeins
Color B & C: 1 (2-2) skeins of each
Needle: One "Boye" crochet hook Size J

Gauge: 1 pat to 1 inch; 5 rows to 4 ins.

First Half: With Color A – ch 57 (63-69). Row 1: 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, * skip 2 ch, 1 dc in next ch, ch 1, 1 dc in first of the skipped ch, repeat from * across, end 1 dc in each of last 2 ch working off last 2 loops of last dc with Color B, ch 3, turn. Row 2: With B – l dc in next dc, * skip 2, 1 dc in next dc, ch 1, 1 dc in first of the skipped sts, repeat from * across, end 1 dc in last dc, 1 dc in turning ch, work off last 2 loops of last dc with Color C, ch 3, turn. There are 17 (19-21) pats with 2 dc at beg and end of row. Width is 19 (21-23) inches. Repeat Row 2 for pat, working next row with Color C then 1 row each of Colors A, B & C until there are 10 (13-16) rows from start, ch 3, do not turn.

Work 8 (10-12) pats along short edge, end 1 dc at foundation chain. Fasten off. Work 2nd half the same.

Leaving the 8 (10-12) pats at short edge free for outer edge, sew other edge to long side. Join other side the same.

Fringe: Cut 5-inch strands. Fold 2 in half and draw through corner st then draw ends through loop and tighten. Repeat in every 3rd st along outer edges.


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Adam's Vest Pattern


Directions are for Small Size (34 to 36). Changes for Medium (38 to 40) and Large (42 to 44) are in parentheses.

MATERIALS REQUIRED:
Columbia-Minerva KNITTING WORSTED (4 oz pull skein) OR NANTUK 4-PLY KNITTING YARN (2 or 4 oz pull skein): 8 (10-12) ozs
Needle: One "Boye" crochet hook Size J

Gauge: 1 pat to 1 inch

Body: Ch 114 (126-138).

Row 1: 1 dc in 4th ch from hook, * skip 2 ch, 1 dc in next ch, ch 1, 1 dc in first of the skipped ch, repeat from * across, end 1 dc in each of last 2 ch, ch 3, turn. Row 2: 1 dc in next dc, * skip 2 sts, 1 dc in next dc, ch 1, 1 dc in first of the skipped sts, repeat from * across, end 1 dc in last dc, 1 dc in turning ch, ch 3, turn. There are 36 (40-44) pats with 2 dc at beg and end of row. Repeat Row 2 for pat, working to 16 inches or desired length to underarm. Width is 37½ (41½-45½) inches.

Front: 1 dc in next dc, work 7 (8-9) pats, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, ch 3, turn, work 1 more row, ch 3, turn.

**Dec Row: 1 dc in next dc, holding back last loop of each dc, work 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, yo and through all 3 loops on hook for a dec dc, work to end. Next row work in pat to last 3 sts, work a dec dc over previous dec and next dc, 1 dc in turning ch, ch 3, turn.

Repeat from ** until 3 pats rem with the 2 dc at each side. Work even until armhole measures 10½ (11-11½)", fasten.

Back: Skip 3 pats on last long row, join yarn in next dc and ch 3, 1 dc in next dc, work 12 (14-16) pats, 1 dc in each of next 2 dc, ch 3, turn. Work to match front armholes. Fasten off. Skip 3 pats on last long row and work other front to correspond.

Sew shoulder seams. On right side, starting at lower right front edge crochet 1 sc in first row, * ch 1, 1 sc in next row *, repeat from * to * to shoulder seam, ch 1 and 1 sc across back of neck, repeat from * to * down left front. Fasten off.


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