Monthly Archives: July 2014

1950’s MHD 18″ American Girl Doll Pattern

Hannah really likes her new dress and is ready for afternoon tea. This pattern includes the dress with a lined bodice and tulle skirt attachment along with a fully lined jacket and hat.  I used a cotton print for the … Continue reading

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Update for My Florida Hay Bale/Raised Bed/5gal Bucket (7-9-14)

I can’t believe it is the 9th of July already and my garden is still producing tomatoes and green beans.  I have decided to stop picking my greens beans and let what is on the vine go to seed. We … Continue reading

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Homemade Ketchup and Canning

I specifically grew lots of tomatoes this year so I could try my hand at making ketchup.  I messaged my cousin, who has been canning for more years than I can remember, and she said romas were the best to … Continue reading

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Hand Stitched Rolled Hem on Organza or Chiffon – EASY

How many of you have a rolled hem foot for their sewing machine but have never quite gotten the hang of it?  My hand is raised.  Well I just learned a skill that I wish I had known years ago.  … Continue reading

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