Once upon a time, my great-grandmother crocheted a sweater for my mother. 50+ years later, we repurposed it into a lap blanket.Read More: Mom’s Sweater Blanket
What would you do with this vintage crochet blanket? Would you repair the damage? Or repurpose it in a creative way?Read More: WWYD with this damaged vintage afghan?
I sewed six more things from vintage sheets in the past week. Wanna see?Read More: Fun with vintage sheets, part two
Two shirts and a pair of lounge pants. So far.Read More: Fun with vintage sheets, part one
Wineberries grow wild in my yard, and maybe yours too, if you’re in eastern North America. It’s picking time, and I’ve got photos and a mini-roundup of recipes and information to share.Read More: It’s Wineberry Season!
Did you know that a fully-grown tree can offset the carbon emissions generated by the average blog?And that there is an easy way for you to plant a tree for your blog?Read More: Plant a tree for your blog
My birthday gift to myself today, was a few hours of uninterrupted sewing time, and now I have a new dress to wear.Read More: My birthday dress
A detailed tutorial, for the benefit of certain people who think their recycling duty is done, the moment they bring the empty box to the kitchen and deposit it on the table.Read More: How to recycle a cereal box in six easy steps
Once upon a time, I had a pair of jeans that I truly loved. Not being one for whom jeans generally fit well, it is always greatly-appreciated when I come across a pair that doesn’t need to be pulled up, yanked down, or otherwise fussed-with every 10 minutes. I found these GAP Flare jeans in […]Read More: A True Tale of Torn Trousers
Or, at least to Ohio. I’ll spare you the silly details, but let me just say that this week Neil and I found ourselves at an impasse. One of us wanted to attend an event in Ohio soon, the other of us (who wasn’t too keen on the Ohio idea) had been jonesing for this […]Read More: Bribery will get you everywhere