This post will share the new and improved shrubs email course that you all should sign up for in order to impress this holiday season. First of all, my devoted readers, I am sorry I haven’t posted a blog post in the last two weeks. I was sick, then my kids were sick, and really, […]
This post will share a really fun, fast sewing project that is ideal for a beginning sewer. I used McCall’s pattern M6754 to sew this scoop back peplum tank; read on for the details, Wildflowers! This pattern is such a good one for beginners because there are not TOO many options which is something that […]
Gold antlers are all over the wild web and I wrote this post to bring the impossibly expensive (no thanks, retail!) or the impossible (um, those horn things are cute but where do I get them?) to the very possible for my Dear Readers. This post is your beginner’s guide to antler terminology and in […]
This post will teach you how to sew a super simple burlap garland that you can make yourself with jute webbing, hemp rope, and an hour of time.
This tutorial will explain how thick and thin yarn is different from other yarns and why the resulting look can result in a beautiful textured throw blanket that far exceeds those of lower quality sold for far more in stores.
After reading a plea for assistance, I discovered that not everyone knows some of the most basic homestead (or homemaking) skills. It doesn’t matter whether you want to mend a canvas tarp or a silk scarf. Here is a tutorial for a very basic hand-sewing stitch that can be useful in a variety of circumstances. […]