What fun I’ve been having with kcwc! Day 3 and part of day 4’s addition to Mausi’s collection is a pair of basic pocket pants from Meg McElwee’s ‘Growing Up Sew Liberated‘. With the exception of denim overalls, these are also Mausi’s first pair of ‘jeans’! […]
Day 1 of the KCWC has passed, and day 2 is well on its way, and I’m quite pleased that I managed to get in the required hours (and then some)! I even have something to show for it :: the sleepover pajamas from Oliver + S. I had been meaning to make these pjs […]
I’d like to introduce Cubit’s Organics, a small Toronto-based organic seed company specializing in rare and heirloom seed varieties. With a special interest in urban herb and vegetable gardening, owner Laura Watt believes that everyone can grow their own organic produce in whatever urban space they have available.
One of the many things I am enjoying about our little house this spring is discovering what has been planted in our front garden. There is no grass in our front garden (and therefore happily requires no mowing), but rather a collection of plants and bulbs and a little tree. I have in mind things […]
Today seemed like the perfect day to start some flower seeds inside. Mausi’s Auntie M had come to visit, and so the 3 of us set to work making little paper pots out of old newspaper and a funky little wooden potmaker I bought at […]
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