Showing posts from March, 2016

Bach remedies

I cannot praise these enough!Last month I purchased my own personalized blend of the following remedies from the local herb shop for $10. It was the greatest investment. Here is what I chose-1. Scleranthus-Taking the remedy helps us know what we want. We reconnect with our intuition and are able to choose simply and decisively.2. Larch-The remedy helps us to move ahead regardless of thoughts of success and failure. More prepared to take risks and get involved, we get more out of living.3. Rock RoseThe remedy provides calm and courage. We are able to forget fear as our courage is renewed.4. HornbeamThis remedy is used against feelings of exhaustion and tiredness that come before an effort has been made.5. WalnutThis is the remedy to help protect us against outside influences in general, and against the effects of change in particular.As a remedy against the effects of change, Walnut is useful at all the transition points in life, from birth to teething to going to school to puberty to …

Trip down memory lane

I found some old photos today and wanted to share some pictures here:

A few of my first dish cloths I ever knit.

Some hats I knit for friends.

This one was made for the above kid's sister. I taught her to knit one year and how to use a knitting loom. I can't believe they're both all grown up now!
Lip balm holders I once made and tagged for a flea market where I used to sell at.

 socks made for hubby

 crochet bone rug placemat- this pattern works great for tshirt yarn. I made plenty of these rugs that way.

 crochet brim hat

 completed socks for hubby

scarves for relatives, slippers for relatives and crochet headbands to sell

crochet water bottle holder. worked great but the straps stretched way too much!