I have a “recipe” category in my bookmarks where I put all the recipes from the web that I want to try. That category has grown to over 100 bookmarks and it was getting very unwieldy when trying to find what I wanted.
Today, I’m subcategorizing the recipe category (main/veg; salads; soups; breakfast; etc). I’m also going to create a subcategory labeled “try”, so I can find the recipes I haven’t made yet.
Why didn’t I do this when I had only 10 bookmarks? Live and learn! I’m motivated now to organize my other bookmark categories!
After sewing the seam where I want the sleeve, I cut the excess off with a scissors. Nerves of steel are helpful when you do this for the first time!
I knit this Norwegian sweater more than 10 years ago. I did it as a part of a group project with the fellow members of a fiber guild I belong to. When you knit a sweater like this for the first time, you need all the moral support you can because after you’re done knitting it (and it can take a long time), you cut it apart. Ahhhh!
It’s been just about a year since Loreen, Jim and I started taking willow basketry classes from Jacki. We were going great guns for awhile, but then it all kind of came to a grinding halt. Until today. We had a great afternoon weaving at Loreen’s.
It looks like we’re going back into the deep freeze tomorrow with a high of -14 below, so I’m getting ready for it today by making this…..
Have you ever had farina? Would your answer be different if I asked “Have you ever had Cream of Wheat? My answer to both of those questions was no, until I went to an African restaurant and had the most wonderful stew served over a healthy dollop of a mystery starch.