So after much work and planning, this year's Sheep-to-Shawl for Estes Wool Market is officially over, and it was a blast. I'll post more details (and pics!) about it later, but for now I'm taking a mini break from spinning. Which for me means some sewing, yay!
Alissa as part of the SMS giveaway. So cute and inspiring, I can't wait to start planning a new project. Any ideas?
this awesome tutorial from Dana at MADE. I came across her awesome blog during the Celebrate the Boy month, and I have been wanting to try one for a long time. It was a lot of fun to sew, and I know I will be making a lot more, once I have some softer T-shirt material and tweak my pattern a bit for a better fit. The t-shirt I used was from hubby's pile of uncomfy shirts, which features his fav car, the 1970 Dodge Charger. Only fitting our little boy follow in his daddy's car preferences, right? Next up, have to find him a Porsche and a Volkswagon shirt, for his mommy's car tastes. Or I might try and attempt a freezer paper stencil design of the ubiquitous VW Bug or maybe a Thing.
this site to be a great resource for ideas with all the veggies, and again, the Bittman cookbooks are great too. My mom recently got me this great book for fruits, as a library weed, and the complimentary one for veggies looks good too.