Preheat oven to 350, Butter a baking dish. Arrange pitted and sliced fruit or berries so that the bottom of the dish is covered, I used 5 smallish peaches that were starting to get too ripe, you could also use … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Quince and Co: Finch Honey Sincere Sheep: Equity 2 ply St. Barts Berroco: Voyage Coastline Green Mountain Spinnery: New Mexico Organic Grey This summer feels like juggling, lots of balls in the air, and on the needles as it should … Continue reading
My 50th pattern in Ravelry Maxfield Cardigan In two colors of Lorna’s Laces Honor, a yarn so divine it must me felt to be believed.
The first flock of 400 Merino sheep in the United States came from Spain to Vermont in 1809. The state was at that time nearly deforested by logging and sparsely populated with small subsistence farms. The steep rocky hillsides not … Continue reading
This Wednesday will be Independence Day in the US, and it is Canada Day today just a little over a hundred miles to north of me, there will be a lot of fireworks around here over the next week. In … Continue reading