I watch her tutes every day. Really well done. Good video, good sound,well explained.
Originally posted on Thefrugalcrafter's Weblog:
Hi Friends! Just a quick post today! I have been spending my Sundays over the past few weeks at my son’s fall baseball double headers. 6 hours of baseball is a lot to take in even for the most supportive of mothers so I have been bringing my scrap yarn to use up. I was inspired by this hat I saw online and started with the pattern but went astray, I stated DCing for no apparent reason by I love the way it turned out:
I even used some of my hand dyed acrylic yarn (tutorial here), I am loving that! I have also been tweaking my channel. I removed the too loud carnival sounding intro to my videos to be replaced with something less irritating later and made a new channel trailer. This is the video a unsubscribed person will see when they visit my you tube channel…
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This looks fabulous. =-O
Originally posted on Epicurean Bliss:
Snow days are great for many reasons, one of which is the opportunity for a weekday breakfast at home. Usually my Monday to Friday breakfasts consist of whole rolled oats, cinnamon, sliced banana, and some raw almonds. It might sound boring, but somehow I never get sick of oatmeal, and it always keeps me full until lunch – a no brainer!
But this past Thursday, mother nature decided to slam us with yet another winter storm, and the resulting inches of snow meant an extra hour or so of sleep for most of us, who were able to work remotely from the comfort of our own couches. It also meant morning access to more than just a microwave and hot water spigot for concocting breakfast; an actual stove, oven, and fresh ingredients were available. Let’s face it – what more reason do you need to mix up your typical breakfast routine?
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