My friend Michelle has been helping me in the garden this year in exchange for a share of the bounty. It has been a boon!
The littlest of leftovers are often the hardest to work with. What do you do with one foot of yarn? A single lone button? Well, I came across these two fun ideas and decided to join them together to make my own leftovers project that uses up those littlest of bits.
I still owe some family members thank you cards from my birthday in April so these will be going into the mail as soon as this post is up!
Last week I showed you the chair and table set I have out on my patio. I really wanted to go with bright colors and
Last week I mentioned the chairs I wanted to protect against the rain. They are in reality dining room chairs, but both being pretty water
Weaving is such a versatile craft. Yes, you can make throws and rugs and tapestries. But you can also make clutches and badges and, like
I don’t know if any of you remember from awhile ago when I posted about my Knitting Basket and how it’s broken down and I
I’m so happy that it’s just about finished. I put on the first two coats of paint today. I’m letting it dry overnight and I’ll
Finally! Success! I bought some new sandpaper, wonderful, lovely, perfect 60 grit sandpaper. I also picked up a sanding block:
It seems that the dresser was varnished more vigerously than the drawer fronts were. That and I ran out of my good sand paper, which