Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Monday, August 26, 2013
Saturday, August 24, 2013
Suffice it to say, I scorched the bottom and ruined the whole batch. Have I ever mentioned I do not shine my brightest in the kitchen......
it is cute and an easy beginning!
Our banana trees have come back full steam from the frost of the winter and we have quite the grove now. They are about 10' tall.
Monday, August 19, 2013
A lead fishing weight I found on the beach-it weighs 4 ounces.
Saturday, August 17, 2013
While it seems that I flit from one project to another, I flit all the way to the finish line and that means I do have a method to my meanderings!
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
There are clusters on the top of each plant.
I picked one to see what it looks like inside-it is NOT ripe enough to eat at this stage. We will keep sampling to see what happens! FYI-The Yucca plant was first used to make soap by the Native Americans as it contains saponins which is where we get saponification from!
One pair of rainbow socks finished!Lynn Majidimehr's Flower Show Quilts book. I will be making a series of this type of runner!
Seaming up the mitten wasn't as easy as I thought but slow and steady and all that... I think on the next mitten I will be tryi...
The classic sweater for Will is now completed! I hand knit all the ribbing and then seamed it up between naps yesterday. This on...
I might be seeing red, but not in anger! Quite the contrary-I have enough left over yarn to make a matching headband......... because th...
I managed to cut two more quilts out from the bottom of the Christmas prints scrap bins; one fo an adult and one for a child. (I migh...