Monthly Archives: December 2013

Fabric Friday #2

I was first introduced to the art of Friday Kahlo in my junior year of high school. My parents farm backed another that was home to John Ebersberger (or perhaps his parents actually owned it? I can’t recall). There were quite a lot of his students that lived/worked in the area and on the property, […]

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Fabric Friday

Now that I’m settling into my sweet new space, I thought it high time to revive my fabric friday color challenges. Every week, I pick a theme, then I find an inspiring picture and build a palette. Then, using the palette as a guide, I make fabric stacks blending collections and finding new ways to […]

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Boozy Holiday Eggnog

So for the longest time I thought I HATED eggnog. I’d tried various store bought varieties and just never really got what all the fuss was about. A few years ago, my mom’s boyfriend shared a batch he made and aged at least a month before serving. Shut the front door. It was delightfully boozy, […]

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A Holly Jolly Sale

  So, I don’t know about you all, but I’m still pretty worn out from Thanksgiving! We had a quiet, but fancy dinner, just the three of us for a change. Usually, we host a fair number of friends and acquaintances whose families are far away, it was a relief that it was so low […]

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