This novel is put together so well. Honestly, I was just so impressed with how the author took her research into the lives of the very real people, places, and circumstances and wove together a story so rich in nuance that it made quite a plausible example of how this point in history could have played out.
One of the fun features you can add to a crochet project to give it a little boho flair is a tassel! I'm going to show you how I make my tassels, without any of the fancy tools you can buy, just using things you can find around your house.
You guys are going to love the picot for its simple execution for a beautiful addition to your crochet fabrics. The trickiest part of this is the slip stitch, but I'm going to walk you through it, so don't sweat it. And if the pictures aren't enough, I've recorded a video tutorial as well, which appears below the photo tutorial.
I have always had a hard time falling asleep. I can't put my finger on why, but it's always been that way. So to my oils I went.
Last week, I told you a little bit of how I got into using essential oils, and today, I want to share with you my 6 favorite oils / blends from doTerra. So here we go!
While I'm not in the business of selling essential oils, I am a big advocate for them, and in case there are others out there that could benefit from the information, I want to do what I can to help empower others to take control of their health and wellness.
A quick tutorial for printing, trimming, and assembling print at home greeting cards and envelopes.
Hey y'all! If you caught my very random, first ever Instagram Live yesterday, you may have heard the news already, but ICYMI, I was so humbled to be featured on the Love What Matters blog! Psst! Do you hang out on Instagram? Me too! Come hang out with me! I've been a reader of Love … Continue reading Love What Matters Feature
I felt so many things with this book. While Fowler's more recent book, A Good Neighborhood, is completely different than this, her first book, both show her skill for stripping her characters down and laying bare all the things that makes them human, warts and all.
When you finish a blanket only to realize you worked the stitch wrong the whole time, but it is such a wonderful texture, you go with it!