I love these rolls, everything about them! I especially love how easy they are. I was inspired by this recipe which is a variation of a legendary PW recipe. I’ve posted my variation on my food page if you’d like to make some too. My secret ingredient is Cardamom! This stuff costs like $70 a pound but thankfully I can buy it in tiny quantities at my favorite market in the bulk food section, I get these super moist raisins there too.
That’s a new dish towel I made to practice my crochet-edging skills on. Come to find out I’ve been crocheting wrong…forever!
A few signs that Autumn is just around the corner!
Something new from Impie, Hattie & Bea! Design by Country Cottage Needleworks, I’ve updated the webshop with details. Also, a few new bag styles. I hope you like it :0)
PS – Note to Shops: These will be available through Hoffmans shortly. Follow the IH&B facebook page to stay up to date on product availablility :0)
Summer has been nicely busy and the days are flying by. We’ve done the fair, had a visit from the Grandparents, child # 3 is gearing up for college and I’ve been super busy in the sewing room. Jerry has some vacation time coming up and I cannot wait! Here are just a few recent images…lots more at instagram!
PS – something new from Impie, Hattie & Bea is on the way!
Photos from a recent drive, it was a lovely day!
I’ve been in a creative mood…so here are some of the recent things I’ve been doing.
I knitted a shop model for the local yarn shop (Oaklet Shawl)
and started a table runner for myself (from Slip Slip Knit)
I made two tiny quilts, one just a simple 9 patch with 2.5 inch squares and this pretty tulip quilt from Quilting in the Rain.
I glued some fabric to a jar for a pretty night light using a led candle :0)
and pulled out my watercolors to paint the flowers on my balcony. I need to do this more than once a year if I want to improve I think!
Jane is much improved – thank you for thinking of us, it was a bit scary.
Lots of sewing going on as usual. Today I have something new!! Impie, Hattie & Bea A Bit of Knitting Bags (or a bit of anything you like)…
These are perfect to take your project along on a walk, commute, out to eat, coffee break….the list goes on. The base of the bag is about 5 inches square and they stand about 6.5 inches tall. The needles that are sticking out of the closed bag are 10″ needles
I’ve also made a pretty little coordinating stitch marker for each bag. Many are one of a kind and others will be added each week. As for their names, just a way to keep track of the styles…I named them after all the times I like to knit :0)
Pop over to the webshop for details, save if you buy two bags!
They stand up all by themselves, even when they’re empty!