On March 22 the Sewing Camp will begin with a discussion about safety around sewing equipment. Students will have a clear understanding of expectations and outcomes so everyone has an enjoyable time together. Students choosing their color scheme of the fabulous cotton fabrics provided by instructor, Carli Heinrichs.
Our Buff Orphanington chickens, a heritage breed are laying 6-8 eggs per day. We have eight laying hens, one rooster and they are the best laying variety we’ve ever tried. This year, we’ll have pullets of this breed. Leave me a post with your email or phone number if you want to get onto the… Continue reading Great Laying Chickens
Bags are so much fun to make and these are just a few. The is one that I made from my friend Helen. You can find these at my Etsy Store, http://www.earthnrivers.etsy.com
This is important too because to have eggs fertilized, a rooster looking after his hens is essential to continuing a good blood line of the breed and some say you get better eggs with a fertilized eg
Using recycled jeans for making all sorts of other projects is a great way to reuse these indispensible items. I cannot remember when I had purchased my first pair, but I do remember that making money in high school from embroidering jeans for people. I loved it that I could something that other kids my… Continue reading Recycled Jean Bags