Have a sweater or jacket with a missing shank style button? Here’s how to fix it!
Did you ever wonder what the colonists used for sweetening before white sugar became readily available? One of their favorites in the Northeast was boiled cider! This tasty sweet/tart syrup is the essence of cider and tastes great in tea, over desserts and mixed into baked beans.
Don’t toss out those ripped jeans, mend them! They may not look pretty but they will last for a good long time after you’ve done this functional patching job!
Nothing hits the spot in cold weather quite like a comforting bowl of hot stew!
Making homemade yogurt is simple, tasty, healthy and inexpensive. You get to control all the ingredients! Here’s how:
Mending and repairing clothing is a lost art–to find good directions you have to go back a bit to when it was a more common everyday skill. That’s why these printable versions of two vintage US Department of Agriculture bulletins on clothing repairs and mending suits are such a great resource!