Take a break from the busy world and enjoy nature with a simple brunch of French toast and hot chocolate.
An easy tutorial for a zippered picnic roll perfect for carrying your reusable utensils. Serves as a placemat, napkin and a trash bag! I like to carry these rolls with me for trailside picnics. The pouch nestles the reusable utensils, and the zipper pouch is great for a proper pack-in, pack-out situation. I like thatContinue reading “Picnic Roll”
Make a picnic brunch while hiking with just a little prep. I love living in Colorado; there is so much to explore and the views are gorgeous. One of my favorite outdoor activities is to hike in the mountains and foothills along the many trails offered by Colorado’s Bureau of Land Management. There are oftenContinue reading “Chilaquiles – Brunch at Red Rocks”
Make your own drawstring produce bags!
This is a great project for beginner sewists. Try out all the different stitches on the machine, and make a drawstring bag out of it. Great way to practice threading the machine and spinning a bobbin.
This ice cream cake is easy to assemble, if a bit time consuming. With limited edition flavors, the possibilities are endless!
Make a plastic bag sleeve to hang on a cabinet door or for the vehicle. Requires little fabric and sews in less than an hour.
Sew some potholders for colleagues and friends this gift-giving season. A half yard will make four, but the same process can be used to upcycle materials on hand.
Instructions to make a one yard apron with adjustable straps, without a pattern.
Make wax wraps and eliminate plastic wrap from your everyday kitchen routine. These wraps work well as a replacement for plastic wrap and can be reused again and again. Rinse and repeat. They do get old, but they can be revived to new with a visit to the oven. Makes a great gift, too!