Some interesting storage ideas and re-purpose too. These are from Earth 911 and upcyclethat This is a really cool idea but if you are interesting in seeing more go to the link above.
via Re-purpose storage ideas — homemade naturally
I’m not much into some of the ideas you see around for re-using and repurposing, but I like this one!
On the eighth day, God invented chocolate,
And it was good.
On the ninth day, God invented dark chocolate,
And it was very good.
From an original t-shirt design by MellerDesignStudio.
I imagine some of my readers are wondering why you are suddenly seeing posts from me so often. Let me explain. Two weeks ago, I received an email from WordPress about an online course called Blogging 101. The course sounded interesting and challenging. So I signed up. And it has been both! Yay! Today’s assignment is to work on our blogrolls. You know, those little lists at the side, bottom, middle (hopefully not) of the screen which tell you what the writer of the blog reads. I have been reading so many lately, and the little automated blogroll was looking like “Heinz 57.” (Clarification for non-USA speak: Heinz 57-a mix of a LOT of things, such as “That dog is sure a Heinz 57!) So, to the blogroll!
I have been trying to edit and organize my blogroll so that my readers can get a better idea of who I am through what I read and like. I’ve had some success in changing the Blogroll widget to a Links widget, which I think I like better, because I will be able to feature different blogs as I explore more. But I find it time consuming, since I need to find the web address for each blog, copy, and paste. I could have stayed at work and worked on next Sunday’s bulletin! 🙂
But it also allows me to share some non-WordPress blogs that my friends have created, especially my artist friend at Meller Design Studios. I know that a lot of the artists whose blogs I have been reading would enjoy JoAnne’s work. Another of my friends, Maxine, has written a book, so do check out her website at Once Upon A Fable! (Since she is currently working on another book, her blog is not as up to date as usual, but it’s still fun.)
So, gentle readers and fellow Blogging 101 neighbors, I would appreciate your input as to whether this is effective, or distracting, too much or too little! I plan to experiment more this weekend, except Saturday- it’s @TrentonThunder time!
Hello, my fellow knitters in blog-land! I am looking for a pattern for a shawl and hope someone can help me find what I want. I have 4-5 balls of Red Heart Shimmer, in Peacock. (Worsted Weight 4, 240 yards per ball) I want to knit something in a rectangular shape shawl, that I can then partially seam under the arms to make sleeves. I think I want to knit this on a larger needle in a simple lace pattern, so that it looks light and airy. Any suggestions? If not, I may just pull out a nice stitch pattern and guess. As usual! LOL.
When we were in Lancaster in May, I bought 2 skeins of yarn. Here is the completed project from the merino wool skein from Labadie Looms in Bird-in-Hand. I think it came out well, even if the stitch pattern was a bit challenging! It was a 24 row repeat from Knitting Stitches Visual Encyclopedia.
On to the next project! Oh, and check out the page on this site “My Collected Recipes” for an awesome, and authentic Italian pasta sauce!