Fall/ Winter Projects 2020

This has got to be my favorite time of year because it has all the excitement and novelty of getting out patterns and getting yarn and fabric for all my sewing and fiber crafting projects. My husband teases me for having multiple projects going all at once. And I've learned to just take that in … Continue reading Fall/ Winter Projects 2020

Crafting Projects Fall 2020

In my time of Crocheting- from about 5th grade, with a brief hiatus during my teen years, and then picking up the hooks again after my first child was born, I have not ever made finished anything a garment for myself. Technically, I made an ear warmer headband, and began a scarf. But we all … Continue reading Crafting Projects Fall 2020

Life Goals

This year has been ROUGH! God has absolutely gotten us through it, but if I had to sum up the year in the prayer I prayed most often, it'd be "Thank you God for bringing my husband home alive and for sustaining our family." Seriously though, when you have a year like that, it really … Continue reading Life Goals

Friday on the Homestead

There are so many things that NEED to be done that it's difficult to prioritize which to do first. I opted for re-catching strawberry runners. Yep... Re-catching. My 1 year old decided to "un-catch" them at some point. So I went outside to check on them today for a customer, and found many uprooted, unpotted, … Continue reading Friday on the Homestead

Sewing Things

I've been scheduling leisure into my day; taking a page from my husband's book. Does that mean my inner perfectionist feels like that means neglecting things that could be more productive? Yes. Do I usually end up physically ill before I take me time? Yes. So fine. I've had enough feeling like garbage, and all … Continue reading Sewing Things

Please Excuse my Sporadic Posts…

...I wonder how many posts I've written that begin with, "Oh my goodness, it's chaos around here..." I'll look into it. That's research I don't have time for at the moment. Update with the mold issue: I haven't been back down to the basement since I realized just how allergic I am to mold. The … Continue reading Please Excuse my Sporadic Posts…

Completed Needlepoint Project

I finally finished up the project I started for my friend who had a baby back in June. Note to self: always start the project BEFORE the baby is born... Because it takes forever. Here's how it turned out! Again, not a perfect masterpiece, but I think it's cute. And it was good practice and … Continue reading Completed Needlepoint Project

Embroidery Project

One of my friends had a baby...like 3 months ago... I know, I dropped the baby gift ball. It's hard to find the time to craft (or perfect a craft) when you have 3 littles all vying for your attention. But, I'm making progress, which is something! Here's what I've gotten so far: So I … Continue reading Embroidery Project

Small Hole Repair

One of the maxims I picked up in becoming a tightwad was, Use it up, wear it out. Make it do, or do without. I put that in to practice today when I put on one of my favorite maternity sweaters (yes, I've been pregnant for so many consecutive years, I've got favorite maternity clothes) … Continue reading Small Hole Repair