I wish I had more to tell you about these jammies, but I didn’t even follow a tutorial. I used last year’s pajama bottoms as my pattern and just added about an inch to the seam allowance. The only thing I really paid attention to was adding extra length for the rise […]
Last night at knitting group, one of our members brought two huge bags of yarn she was destashing. I told her I had a friend who would love it and brought it home with me. I’m pretty sure my friend doesn’t have a ball winder and lot of the yarn was from abandoned […]
Last night I was knitting while watching a movie and didn’t pay too much attention to my yarn. Today when I pulled my project out at soccer practice, I found I only had a tiny ball left. Luckily, I had a second hank in my bag, but it needed to be wound before […]
Boheme #3 is finished! Pics to come soon.
I’m finally casting on the Honey Cowl with my new yarn. Yay!
resource: A friend of mine has been talking up the crochet cast on and I had her show it to me last week at knitting group. It’s nice and stretchy; […]
I spent some time at the library the other day flipping through the craft books on display and guess what I found: embroidered daisies! These wouldn’t hide a t-shirt hole very well, but they’re really cute. I like that they’re not your average stitched daisy.
I’ve had this fabric in my stash for so long that I don’t remember where I found it. It has always been destined for my sister-in-law who loves horses. I always thought I’d make it into a tote bag because it’s a tricky print. Lay it out flat and it’s kind of […]
When I read that Nora Ephron passed away, I literally gasped out loud. I surprised myself, because I wouldn’t say I was an avid fan of hers. All I really knew about her work was Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally and You’ve Got Mail. I spent that morning reading stories about her life […]
week 7: potatoes, carrots, summer squash, cucumbers, kale, lemon basil
week 8: potatoes, beets, cucumbers, summer squash, parsley
week 9: potatoes, carrots, cucumber, summer squash, kale, tomato, eggplant
One of the things I wasn’t expecting when joining a CSA was the enormous amount of greens I’d be receiving each week. […]
week five: green cabbage, beets, kale, garlic, summer squash
week six: potatoes, beets, bok choy, green onions, parsley, basil
Planning how to use my CSA veggies has pretty much gone out the window. My kitchen faces west, and it gets too hot in the late afternoon to use the oven. I’ve […]