this recipe. Dave's mom makes this all the time and assured me it was easy.
It was SO easy! Mash your fruit, add your sugar, mix up you pectin and pour into jars. I made 4 batches of strawberry jam and one batch of raspberry jam using the last of our raspberries in the freezer.
It is all safely tucked away in the freezer for a rainy day and for gifts. I want to eventually get out to a strawberry patch for some field strawberries but I am busy for the next week and a half. I have some gjetost in the fridge and I am hungry for it with this jam on some Ezekiel bread. This is great as an ice cream topping too!
free Drops pattern and starting knitting the pieces. Because it is a fine yarn and small needles...it took forever. The other caveat is that it is knitted in pieces and then seamed together. It took me almost 3 days to sew it together and a lot of frustration.
Invisible seams are kind of like lacing a shoe. When the stitches are pulled tight, you can't see them so really I could have used neon green yarn to seam it. Here are some of the stitches held open so you can see.
Little Sister's Dress and a Wingspan. I will have to see how much I have and how far it will stretch. This poor sweater was the first thing to get pushed to the back burner as baby, birthday and Christmas knitting came along. Am I patient enough to wait another year and a half for a blue one?