Monthly Archives: September 2010

Hiking Tip…

I’ve been debating what to do about hiking shoes for a while.  I hate shoes in general, especially in the summer, when I’d much rather live in sandals.  When my feet are hot, all of me is hot.  They say … Continue reading

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Market Bag – Take 2

I knitted a second market bag, making the changes I thought should be made.  I used recycled cotton, which is thinner, stronger and less fuzzy.  It’s still very stretchy.  I also made it much longer and sewed the sides using … Continue reading

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Market Bag Pattern

I added the link to the free knitting pattern for the market bag I showed earlier this month.  I’m putting it here, too, so those of you who wanted it can find it!  🙂

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Welcome, New Readers!

Raising Homemakers is a special place I enjoy, and today, they’re having a homemaking link-up.  I just wanted to say “Hi!” and welcome all of you who are visiting here for the first time today.  🙂 ~Michelle

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Herbs

My herbs are taking over my garden now that I’ve pulled out all my tomato plants and the melons and cucumbers are done.  So I went out and harvested some to dry.  The lemon balm, of course, is in the … Continue reading

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New Knitting Project

I’ve seen so many patterns for “market bags”, so I decided to try one.  I really liked how it turned out.  On the next one, I would do the seams in the same color as the rest of the bag, … Continue reading

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Black Rock Mountain State Park

What a wonderful weekend!  The weather was cooler and we headed up to the mountains for the first time in months.  We decided to try a new place to visit/hike.  It didn’t look like much from the main road in … Continue reading

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