I finally got my cotton crop ready to spin. I carded it with my cotton cards and rolled it into punis. Now it's time to get some yarn spun up. No more excuses.
Back when I first entered the workforce I can remember having a brief obsession with quilting. I was doing a lot of crocheting in that time but after doing a couple of afghans I was ready for something new. With my first paychecks, I bought a quilting magazine and wore it out flipping through the pages… Continue reading The Working Woman’s Quilt
That's right, There was a cotton crop growing on the side of my home in Northern Indiana this summer. I planted some seeds in my kitchen this past February and 17 plants survived. I transplanted them outside in June and Eureka! I've got 1.75oz brown and 2.75oz white. Never mind the small yield, I grew… Continue reading My Cotton Crop is In…Indiana