Category Archives: Sewing

Simple Success

I set my simple goals back in August for Elsie’s challenge and since 2011 is almost here, I’m reporting on my success. Start Knitting Again: This has been a difficult goal since my hands always seem to be busy with Joshua, … Continue reading

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Baby Afghan and Pregnant Bellies

I think this is the simplest afghan pattern ever.  If you can make a granny square, you can make this.  If you don’t know how, then check it out this tutorial with pictures.  I re-learned how to crochet a few … Continue reading

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New Page

I’m happy to announce the new Projects page here at Farmer’s Daughter.  I’ve been thinking of organizing all the projects we work on for a while, but just finally got around to it.  There, you’ll find my sewing, crafting and … Continue reading

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Made by Hand

I’ve been working on a baby blanket for a friend who is expecting a little boy.   This blanket will be blue and beige, and I love the simplicity of the design.  I don’t use a  pattern, I just made it up, … Continue reading

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My Five Favorite Kitchen Tools

A long time ago I got an idea to write a post about my favorite tools in the kitchen, but it slipped my mind until my mom took this photo of me cooking on Easter.  This is a neat way … Continue reading

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