Not quite a tutorial, but I’m going to show you how I made my ruffle skirt. I absolutely LOVE dresses and skirts. I wear pants most of the time because I can move around in them better, but skirts and dresses have my heart. As do heels…even though I wear sneakers more often than not.Continue reading “A Skirt Fake-Torial”
So I’ve done a tad bit more juicing since my first post, and I thought I’d share some more of my thoughts. Raspberries don’t produce as much juice as I thought. Blueberries produce more juice than I thought. Pineapple and orange is still amazing. Eventually I will stop picking up a nectarine when I wantContinue reading “Juicing Once Again”
Yes. I had never heard of beer bread until I got the kit as a gift.
I’ve made a tutorial for this cozy scarf, fringe or no fringe. Below, I will provide written instructions for the experienced and step by step pictorial instructions for beginners…or folks like me who are just visual. You only need to know how to start and do a chain stitch, single crochet and double crochet beforeContinue reading “Tri-Color Crochet Scarf”
So the super cold weather last week inspired me to make a jacket for the winter. It only took me a couple days to make it and I love it! It’s warm and cozy and can be worn two ways! I think the belt is my favorite. I had a lot of leftover fabric soContinue reading “Purple Wool Jacket”
One of my cooking goals is to get a good cookbook and make every recipe in it… ..so for Christmas I got a cookbook…and a nice knife set. 🙂 Original Recipe 2 cups peeled, diced Yukon gold potatoes (about 2 cups) 2 tablespoons butter 1 (10-ounce) package frozen diced onion, red and green bell pepperContinue reading “Corn and Potato Chowder”
So apparently I decided to bring in the new year by juicing. These are some things that I learned: A pumello tastes like a less bitter grapefruit. Juicing a mango was a bad idea. It turned more into a purée that wound up clogging my juicer. Pineapple also clogged my juicer. I’ll have to cleanContinue reading “Juicing Tips”