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This twenty-something blogs about sewing, crafting, cooking and baking in the 21st century. Offers pattern reviews, DIY advice and irreverent humor.

Owner: christinehartleyh

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Language: English

Tags: sewing, crafts, modern, crochet, baking

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  • squirrel siege
    on Jul 25, 2014 in farm + garden
    Squirrels are little jerks. In our last place, we had squirrels in the walls. We had squirrels on our window ledge and squirrels that would violently assault each other right outside our window. In our current apartment, we have a lovely back deck wh...
  • float on
    on Jul 17, 2014 in body travel
    We've been trying to squeeze every ounce of awesome out of this summer and part of that means getting in the water. Any water. Lakes, oceans, pools. I lamented one recent summer how I had barely spent any time in my bathing suit and what a shame that...
  • the passionate pixie
    on Jun 27, 2014 in hair 'do mention
    Pixie cut update! Yes, I'm still rocking it. The 'do is a little bit longer than it was over the winter, with longer bangs and a different shape. It's also quite dark from the long winter, having just emerged from hibernation and having chopped off a...
  • maple lemonade
    on Jun 22, 2014 in drinks From Scratch Club
    Now you've purchased a new citrus squeezer device and are wondering what else you can do with it besides making a tall mojito, right? I wouldn't leave you hanging like that. Your $7 investment shall not go to waste. Here's another way to use it...I'm...
  • mojito season
    on Jun 16, 2014 in drinks
    We've been making mojitos recently. Usually we would just walk a few blocks to our favorite Mexican restaurant, but it suffered a small fire months ago and is closed. Disappointing, yes, but we weren't about to let early Mojitos On The Patio Season e...
  • running in skirts
    on May 29, 2014 in run travel
    Last weekend I ran 13.1 miles... in a skirt! Chris and I had a beautiful, if very quick, trip to Burlington where we fueled up on sunshine, local beer and running. As a two-person team in the Vermont City Marathon (yep, we've done this before), we ea...
  • fiddlehead season
    on May 18, 2014 in appetizers + snacks cook main course
    A quick PSA to remind you that it's fiddlehead season. So go forage them or, if you're lucky, your local co-op or farmers' market might have some. I had a WEEK at work and yesterday we treated ourselves to a cast-iron skillet full of buttery fiddlehe...
  • my niece
    on Apr 29, 2014 in life
    Meet my niece! Little Miss Samantha Catherine was born on January 1 and has already made 2014 lots of fun. I mean, I'm sure it's also been kind of a crazy transition for her parents, but as an aunt it's been pure fun. She has completely stolen my hea...
  • more portland adventures
    on Apr 21, 2014 in travel
    Portland, I can't stay away from you. I just took a quick trip out to visit my friend Al in Portland and, my, it's still such a lovely city. Even its typical drizzly weather charmed me this trip. We ate and drank and visited and ran and I fell more i...
  • a case of maple brain
    on Apr 9, 2014 in desserts + sweets domestics
    It's springtime, and I've got maple syrup on the brain. Every time I see a sugar maple- or at least, every time I think I see a sugar maple, because I'm not actually a very good tree identifier- I want to tap it. And make maple syrup and put it in an...
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