Good Monday Morning!
These are some highlights from my weekend.....
On Saturday I hung out three loads of clothes. The weather was perfect for this. Now that the weather is more conducive for hanging them out, I hope to decrease the use of my dryer dramatically. Since I work full time outside the home, this is my strategy for this.
1. Be aware of the weather forecast.
2. First thing Saturday morning, weather permitting, wash and hang the clothes that do well on the line. For us this is sheets, t-shirts, boxers and the like. For us there are certain things that need to go in the dryer, such as jeans and towels. While the clothes on the line are drying I can be drying the remaining ones in the dryer.
3. By hanging out some laundry I am able to dry smaller loads in the dryer. I try to watch the dryness of the clothes so I can take them out as soon as possible to decrease dryer time. If I'm not noticing they can be dry and the dryer keeps going, and going.... LOL
3. During the workweek, hang a few clothes before work and/or on the drying rack strategically placed over an air conditioner vent.
I made a set of six cloth everyday napkins to sell in my Etsy Shop. I'm just a country girl/farm girl and I'm a sucker for fabric with sheep, tractors, cows and the like. These have sheep and checked hearts. I am definitely going to make myself some of these. I also cut out a clothespin bag from this same fabric that I'll be sewing this week for the Etsy Shop. I plan to make napkins and clothespin bags from more farm type fabric I have, such as sunflowers, bandanna fabric, etc.
Saturday I made my Son-In-Law a camouflage grocery bag. He wanted to be able to help save the earth without looking like a girlie girl!
These are roses my sweetie cut and placed in this vase for our centerpiece for Sunday Dinner. He gave me this rose bush when we first got married. Its name is "Don Juan". LOL.
Its a rainy Sunday afternoon and I am crocheting some baby hats. Grandbaby number 7 is due on July 4, 2018, and the gender reveal party is t...
Note: If you want to buy clothespin bags, please visit MY ETSY SHOP (CLICK HERE) But, feel free to make your own from this tutorial! T...
We are getting lots of tomatoes from our little kitchen garden and I am trying to make use of each and every one of them. We've been eat...