pretty much what it sounds! Recipe over at shutterbean’s blog.
Monthly Archives: November 2012
This turned out to be a giant banana bread, but good thing, because it was so so good! I’m not one to usually add chocolate chips to my banana bread, but I’m glad I did. The recipe is from Vegan Diner. That book has yet to fail me. Everything I have made is so delicious!
now that we have a mantel, I’m working on ways to decorate it for the holidays. I made these simple yarn trees by wrapping a styrofoam cone with yarn!
We have a wood burning fireplace in our house now and I’m loving it. I saw this recently and thought it would be a great idea, since we have lots of pine cones in our yard, and I have leftover rosemary that needs to be used up. You basically just wrap a pine cone or two and some rosemary in newspaper and tie the ends together with twine or rafia. (I just twisted mine) The rosemary gives off a really nice scent as these burn up. This is such a good idea, and such a great way to use up everyday things you have laying around. So glad I came across it!
Ok. This will be last infinity scarf or a while probably. I took advantage Of our six hour car ride today and whipped this up. I used the same pattern I made the last scarf and the green cowl from last week, only I used the a size 10 hook and used two yarns together. It’s kind of bulky- it wraps three times so its probably more functional (warmth) than fashionable.