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Today I made some Fire Starters using Pine Cones that I picked up from my friend Lisa’s yard. My pine trees are all out where the goats can eat them before I can get around to picking them up! These … Continue reading
My neighbor had some fairly serious surgery on his neck and spine last week. He is currently recovering in a hospital near Atlanta. I want to do something nice for him when he comes home, but he’s not really a … Continue reading
Today I watched a Free class on Craftsy. “Bag-Making Basics: Reversible Tote and Zipper Pouch by Kristin Link”. I really enjoyed it. The instructor was clear and easy to listen to. If you haven’t checked out what Craftsy has to … Continue reading
If you plan to play around with some natural dyes, you will need to know how to mordant your wool. Without proper mordanting, the color will not adhere to the fiber. There are several types of mordant, but the most … Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to make some fabric pumpkins for a while now. It’s September and I’ve always loved this time of year. We’ve had such a rainy, unpleasant summer, I guess I’m more anxious for Fall than usual. While I … Continue reading
Have you ever made or done something and then thought to yourself, “Hmm, That’s not what I was expecting. I don’t think I like it…” I’m sure in one way or another this holds true for everyone. Question is, what … Continue reading
Today I thought I would dye some silk scarves. These light weight accessories are perfect even in the summer, yet still carry over to the Fall and in the South I can even get away with wearing them all through … Continue reading
This is a really fun project that I did a quite a while ago. I still have the socks so I guess it was a successful outcome. These are the first socks I ever made! For my Birthday that year … Continue reading
I’ve seen a lot of cases out there that will hold all your double pointed needles at once. I prefer to have mine kept as a sized set. Here’s a quick little project that will make a case for each … Continue reading