This is also called "fulling"..........
I am NOT talking about buying wool sweaters to felt..........but using the roving/slivers and felting them?
I bought a hat made with it.......and now I want to learn it.
I have started gathering my minimal tools needed but.......
tell me what to watch...
With all of hubby's military and police gear, I am feeling as if we are being pushed out of our house! Hubby is NG and while they provided a storage locker in his armory, he doesn't feel comfortable leaving the items that he has signed for in his locker since it's a shared armory.
ugh, we didn't get ice but it sure is cold. Today dd gets out of school at 12:40.
I ran to the bank to make a deposit after I dropped her off at school.
Did some house work.
Now I turned off the central heat(our thermostat is wonky and half the time the gas doesn't even catch so we blow...
Just got back from my trip to CA where it is super dry, to our area which is soaked.
I was with family in Iowa and it isn't a pretty picture there. The flooding is devastating. Where my family lives is still fighting it.
Came back through Missouri today and part of the high way is shut down...
does anyone make their own wet jet floor cleaner? I am disabled and because of my back I can not sweep with a broom. Something about the side to side motion. But, I can use a swiffer. It's expensive for the liquid. Just wondering if someone knows how to make their own. Gail
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My wheels have been turning. Can anyone think of a pattern for a swiffer wet jet pad? I was thinking an old diaper but I don't have access to any. Would I need velcro to make it stick? I think I could use recycled towels/clothing of some sort. Any suggestions? If I come up with anything...
why is it that no matter how dry your nail polish is before you go to bed when you get up in the morning the sheets have left an imprint?
And why is that when you are really careful not to mess them up you always do but yet I can type and 90miles an hour with wet nails and not mess them up one...
Does anyone own a swiffer wet jet? I love mine cuz it's quick. The thing I don't like is buying refill bottles... mine only last me a few cleanings. Plus the pads are expensive. So.... I ran out of the liquid and couldn't get to a store - really wanted to get floor cleaned without mop (it's a...
and cold here too with high winds. brrrrrrrrrrrr. funny how quick the weather changes, Sunday it was +25 and above now its +16 but feels like +4 c. its that dang wind. Oh well. gotta get my walk in this morning in between the spitting rain and getting some house work done. Maybe it will give me...
Morning All! It's a nasty, rainy day here and only 45 degrees :(
Today I need to:
*walk my dogs (and soon) but I'm stalling because we are all going to get soaked!
What's everyone else up to today?
I just checked out our Christmas weather forecast and it looks like we will have rain straight through till the middle of next week. At least the temps will be on the mild side, but the grandkids will be here and won't be able to go out and play with their new toys. What a bummer!
~It's dreary and rainy here today. I'm so glad I'm not hosting Thanksgiving here because I'm completely unmotivated. Hopefully I can accomplish the following today;
~make 2 pumpkin pies with DH
~Sew another tote bag
~Fold and put away landry
~unload/load the dishwasher...
Well its raining here this morning and its already 74 at 7:30am
DH is out the door to paint job in Sarasota (inside work today)
DD is in the shower (Her 13th b-day today)
First load of landry is in dryer and second load is in the washer (donation stuff from last clean out for migrant camp)
You should see my back verandah. It looks like a Chinese laundry. I have towels, shirts, underwear, tea towels, dish cloths, jeans, skirts and pillow slips hanging on every available space. lol I have a nylon rope hanging the full length of the verandah and it's full. Towels, tea towels...