I’m sure I’ll have another post-Thanksgiving post to show all the items I’ve made for Thanksgiving. This is my first Thanksgiving. I’ll be attempting my own turkey, my own stuffing and my own mashed potatoes. All of which I’ve never made. I also made a tablecloth, table runner, napkins and matching outfits for me and…Details
I apologize for just the food posts right now. I haves some sewing posts that I just need to finish up and I’m working on some really cool projects right now. So soon . . . soon there will be more crafty posts. Until then, enjoy these lovely desserts from Pamplemousse. The macarons at the…Details
Ing Mom came into town the other day. I had been begging her for Aunt Shirl’s Jam recipe because it’s the best. So even better than just e-mail it to me, we made it together. Two batches actually, but I only took photos during the first. Aunt Shirl’s Raspberry Jam Ingredients 8 cups of raspberries…Details
I’ve decided to start a new item called “Food Friday.” I enjoy posting about food related items because I find they are often somewhat crafty in sort of creating an edible craft. But I’d really like this blog more to be about sewing and crafts. So I’ll stick to doing food items only on Fridays…Details
I thought I would take a moment to review the Burda Anda pattern. I posted the review to Pattern Review but I have it below for my faithful readers.
This weekend I finally got around to making curtains for my kitchen window. Since it looks onto the backyard I didn’t really need any that would close. Just wanted something to finish off the look and make it look homey. Did this somewhat freestyle, figuring out how much and what to do along the way.…Details