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Posts from the ‘How I do it’ Category

Summer Flavors- My Mom’s Pesto.

One of my most favorite things is my Mom’s pesto.  I remember loving it as a little kid, helping her pick the basil and eating it so often.  I’ve been told that I was asked what we were having for Thanksgiving, and I responded with, “Spaghetti with Green Leaves Sauce”.  When my teachers called my parent to inquire what horrific thing they were feeding me, my mother laughed and explained, though also telling her we were indeed having Turkey.
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Spring Grilling! Lamb Burgers with Mint Pistachio Pesto

One of the hardest things about winter is the lack of fresh herbs.. and the cold days.. and endless grey.. and the cold nights.. OH whatever, It was a hard winter, and I’m so excited the sun is warm and it’s grilling season!!  This is one of our favorites!
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How I Do It- Using Super Bulky Yarns as Warp on a Floor Loom

I’ve got a really fun trick I picked up in my travels. It’s for using super bulky yarns to warp a floor loom!! It’s quick and uses just a few easy to pick up essentials that will help you create your own textured bulky warps!!
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Empowerment in the Cut! 10 Tips for Cutting Handwoven Fabrics!

One of the things I love about workshops is the give and take of sharing. I may be there to “teach” but I always walk away having learned something myself. This past month at Dream Come True Farm was no different. This time I went home with inspiration and courage to cut my woven fabric!
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Made in the Carolinas Segment!

I’m ON TV!  Well.. technically not until tomorrow, but the segment is called “Made in the Carolinas” and begins airing tomorrow on the TWCNews channels locally for the next week.

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