Yesterday I wrote about storing sweaters. But what if you look at your sweater collection and find a few duds that shouldn’t see the light of next season? Too small, too pilled, too short, too huge, just not right. You would think sweater projects would be perfect in the fall — but in the fall, you’re going to want to USE those projects. Plus, it’s National Craft Month! Get one or two ready now, and they’ll be all set to use this fall. Store sweater projects as you would store the sweaters they’re made from.
Spring is just around the corner. That means it’s time to go through the closet, trade winter clothes for summer ones, and store away old sweaters. It’s also a great time for a flurry of cleaning, getting rid of what you don’t need to make room for a fresh season. Storing sweaters
March is national craft month — the perfect time to focus on doing crafts … on the cheap. First up: My DIY yarn swift.
Christmas has come, and the liqueur is ripe … and so is the time for giving.
My hot water heater is only a couple years old AND I don’t know how to do plumbing, but other than that, doesn’t this sound good? And it’s remarkably pretty, too. Gas prices are climbing, climbing, climbing. Green Daily posted about gas prices and options for using less gas-intensive transportation, and WiseBread had a post on offers that will earn you free gas.
It’s April 16, so I’m more than halfway through my Buy Nothing Challenge with Crunchy Chicken. Last week
Last week, days after Easter had passed, Little Cheap and I finally managed to dye some eggs. (They were boiled before Easter – does that count?)