Hey all! Kristina and I try to make an afghan each month for Newborns in Need to share with everyone. You can see our past patterns HERE.
Today I want to share with you a fun new Rainbow Weave Afghan.
For this weave, I kept it simple but I have so many ideas running through my head to make this simple afghan even better! I am thinking you will be thinking the same thing! Gotta love unrestrained creativity! 🙂
Hey all! Join me in having some fun with bandanna’s today! This was such a quick craft and ended up so cute!! I had purchased a bunch of bandannas and some precut quilting squares out of bandanna looking material and cleaning out the stash I thought perfect time to use these!
Hi all! Kristina here. I know I missed a few weeks on the gift guide, sorry about that. We took a break for summer. Today I’m sharing a gift I actually got for myself.
Awhile back I watched an episode of Good Eats (great show!) and he was talking about espresso. I learned a ton from that episode and actually got a little metal pitcher to make cappuccino and lattes based on that episode.
hey everyone! Glad you could stop by for a cuppa at our Tea for Two! Please welcome our special guest – Sarah Whelan from Team Waterwheel! Please share all about yourself and your love of yarn Sarah!
My name is Sarah and I Love crochet. That’s love with a capital L. I always felt like a creative person, but until crochet, I just hadn’t found my niche. Pictures I drew never came out the way I imagined them in my head, instruments refused to co-operate with my attempts to play them, knitting just resulted in really, really long scarves. Crochet though, crochet just clicked.
Hey all 🙂 Me again! The other day hubby wanted to grill some chicken thighs – he wants the skin on but the bones out. I saved the bones, extra skin and fat and made some chicken broth to pressure can for later. Now I have it for whenever I need it, no waste! I used quart jars but thought later I should have done a couple pints too for when I just need a splash or two for some added flavor.