Whether you call it a lapghan, lap robe, or lap blanket, you will agree that they are very comfy and cozy. Now, you can make your own in any or all of these seven crafts.Read More
Pop cans and paper aren’t the only things we should be recycling. Below is a list of the most common items, where, and how to repurpose them. Make a game of recycling at home.Read More
Your home just survived the winter weather. Keep your home in good shape by performing the tasks outlined below. These tasks will help get it ready for the summer weather. Download the handy Spring Home Maintenance Checklist that outlines the following tasks.Read More
Identity theft is in the news regularly. Did you know that the most common source of providing would be thieves your personal information comes into your home almost daily? It is mail! Yes, it arrives in your mailbox and you bring it into your home and toss it into your wastebasket.Read More
Want to learn to Tunisian Crochet? Then, this is a great resource book for you.
This book has excellent illustrations. It has the best drawing of the last stitch in the forward pass that I have been able to find. Knowing exactly how to create the last stitch in the forward pass ensures that your left edge is smooth and neat.Read More
What breakfast food contains only one ingredient, is high in protein, contains much-needed choline and lutein, and has no carbs and no sugar?
Yes, it’s the EGG. One large egg has varying amounts of 13 essential vitamins and minerals, high-quality protein, and only 70 calories.
Where have I been? In Southern Prairie Girl’s post, Barn Quilts, she talks about these beautiful historical artworks.
I might be able to make one of these. Oh, wait, I no longer have a barn. But, I do have a shed. I still may try this.Read More
Based on my chemotherapy experience, I recommend these 5 Best Gifts for a Mastectomy Chemotherapy Patient.In late 2016, I underwent a bilateral mastectomy, and, in early 2017, underwent chemotherapy.Read More
A few months ago, Leisure Arts sent me their new “Ultimate Oval Loom” to use and write a review. Because of their request, I have developed a new appreciation for loom knitting.Read More
The Principles of Knitting was purchased by Gina Mitchell and brought into the shop to show everyone. It is what one would call a coffee table book. The book weighs in at 4 pounds 8.8 ounces and is roughly 8 1/2″ x 11″ in size and a depth of 2″. It is an impressive book. After looking through her copy, I had to have one for the shop.Read More
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