I added a new yarn for this scarf, our Wool Metallic.
I also made it larger. It's a very elegant look. I'm working on another one in bright warm reds.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Saturday, January 28, 2017
I started making hats for the folks at Standing Rock. Winter was coming and that means "COLD" in North Dakota so I felted them for extra warmth. I had so much fun I just kept on going. I will post more. https://www.blueheronyarns.com/collections/gallery/products/felted-hat-house-cat-hast-pin
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Saturday, January 21, 2017
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One of my kitchen planters and a delicious vegan dish with collards from my indoor garden, baby peppers, millet, and Tofurky Italian sausage. Rosemary olive bread with my homegrown basil, raw
pumpkin seed pesto made this one of my favorite meals. I had 2 under cabinet grow lights installed for this 30" planter and also for the 48" one at the other end of my counter. The plants were a bit leggy under just one light each.
Posted by Barbara Stone at 8:42 AM
The thought of going all winter without fresh pesto and other greens was my motivation to set up for indoor gardening. I purchased some lights and set about to give it a try. There were some challenges and setbacks, searches made, and solutions found. I'm sure there will be more ahead. I have two growing areas at this time. A nursery at my bedroom window where the babies get direct southern light most of the day. I cover them at night to keep them warm. The main area is in my studio. I have two shelves of plants on a chrome shelving unit under lights. The upper 4' light has 8 bulbs and the lower one has 2 -24"/12 bulb lights. I am researching Bokachi composting and will write more about that as soon as I get under way with it. There is lots of info on my Farm/Garden board on Pinterest.
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Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Sebastian is three now. He weighs 1 1/4lbs and is 6" long. He is spending the winter inside. I made him a new habitat in a bookcase and for some reason he didn't like it so he is back in his cozy one from last year. He seems active and happy now!
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My new Rainbow scarf.
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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Saturday, November 26, 2016
A new one-of-a-kind piece. I am very happy at how this came out. I'm going to make another one.
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Friday, November 25, 2016
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Soft and cuddly as a caterpillar, this scarf is easy to knit on large needles. We have limited quantities of each color way.
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