Every farmer has his (or her) favorite shovel. What do you do when the handle breaks? Don’t buy a new one. Save yourself some money (and your favorite shovel) by fixing the one you’ve got. Here’s how.
Ever wish you could do all your sewing, embroidery, applique, smocking, and heirloom sewing on one machine? You can. A thorough review of this super quiet Brother SE1800 Sewing & Embroidery machine. What else would could you want in a machine?
What happens when your eggs are all boiled, dried and ready to color and you have no egg dye? You go all natural! You can easily color your Easter eggs with dyes made with things found in your pantry, like fruits, vegetables and spices. Experiment with ingredients such as red cabbage, blackberries, coffee, tea, tumeric […]
Cellulite is just something that most women can’t avoid—it’s part of being a woman! Even if you are thin, you can have cellulite. There is more general information about cellulite in this article. With that said, there are ways to manage it, feel great at the same time, and keep yourself healthy in the process. […]
I have tried many times to make Mason jar candles with beeswax—with tons of fails! I’ve experienced tunneling (when a “tunnel” of wax melts, wasting a lot along the sides of the glass), wicks not burning right (getting put out after only a little while), or wicks not burning at all (not even being able […]
Free apron patterns…what could be better? I have a love for aprons and keep a collection of them that I love to use for all sorts of tasks from cooking and cleaning to gardening. I am not a great seamstress so I prefer to find patterns that are easy to sew or no sew aprons. […]