Monthly Archives: January 2017

Jayne Hat

Lion Hometown –Pittsburgh Yellow, Syracuse Orange, Tampa Spice (red) Size 11 CO 44 in orange Knit all in stockinet Knit for 18 rows (5.5 in), switch to yellow (leave long tail on the orange, for seam), knit 7 rows (2 … Continue reading

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Grandma Sis’s Best Ever Cookies (Open Line) 1 c. brown sugar 1 c. sugar 1 c. oil 1 c. Crisco 2 eggs 2 t. vanilla 4 c. flour 2 t. baking soda 4 t. cream of tartar 1 t. salt … Continue reading

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Giant Easter Egg

I was giving an Easter gift, and I wanted to put it in a giant egg, but any plastic eggs I found were too small, so I decided to make my own. So, maybe it ended up looking more like … Continue reading

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Chocolate Oatmeal

Chocolate Oatmeal 35 g        Old Fashioned Oatmeal 1/2 T      Chia 14 g        Almonds, ground 1/2 T      Cocoa 20 g       Chocolate Chips, 51% cocoa 3/4 C      Water 1/4 t       Vanilla Extract Put the cocoa and chocolate and almonds in a … Continue reading

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Nutella Cresent Star

Recipe source: http://www.popsugar.com/food/Braided-Nutella-Croissant-Bread-37225124 Modifications Used two tubes of ‘big and flaky’ crescent rolls instead of four regular tubes They are cheaper and four tubes seemed like a lot Shaping the dough Not as easy as it looks in the video … Continue reading

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Bunny Hat

Child’s Ribbed Blanket Hat with Bunny Ears I was getting together with some friends for Easter, and I had Easter gifts for the kids. Then, the day before, I realize there was one more kid coming than I had planned … Continue reading

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Cow-Dog Plushie

There’s a kid I know, and I’m pretty sure he has a knitting curse. Nothing I have tried to knit for him has turned out how I planned, starting with the baby blanket. After two tries at a minion hat … Continue reading

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