Just right click on the image you’d like, and click “save image as” to download for your use.
Until next time, stay crafty (and buy handmade)!
You know me, I’m always on the lookout for great patterns. A friend of mine stumbled across this one and sent it to me, and I just adore it!
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I wish I could say it’s bright and sunny here, but it’s been raining since last night. All. Day. Long. Goodness! I had to run out in the rain to bring in my newly-potted marigolds so they wouldn’t “drown”.
Rainy days like today are perfect for one pot comfort meals though. Soups, casseroles, hot sandwiches..you name it. One of my favorite things to make when it’s raining is potato soup.
Now, potato soup can take on a myriad of flavors, depending on what you put into it. Some like it cheesy, some like it pureed, and some like it any way they can get it. (That would be me!) My husband’s favorite version is creamy, with chunks of potato, bits of bacon, and plenty of cheese…which is a lot like this classic recipe from Kraft, featured here.
It’s easy enough for a quick weeknight dinner, and a lot of the prep can be done in advance! Best of all, it’s kid-friendly 🙂
So, be sure to check out Kraft’s Bacon and Baked Potato Soup recipe for a great, easy classic 🙂
Until next time..stay crafty!
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Red Heart has a LOT of free patterns to choose from, and is one of my go-to destinations when I feel like trying a new project. Here’s a pattern I came across today:
The Heavenly Lace Knit Wristers pattern is one I’m sure to try if I ever pick up knitting! I really like the pink/purple color of the yarn they used.. What do you think?
In my browsing today, I came across this super cute Free Crochet Floral Bookmark Pattern, from the blog Scrap Yarn Crochet. Blogger Cherie Durbin, from North Carolina, shares with us a pattern for one of her projects with scrap yarn, the crochet floral bookmark. Here’s a picture of her completed work:
Be sure to check out the pattern here.
Stay crafty! 🙂
As I was browsing online for patterns today, I came across this adorable pattern for a Pumpkin Crocheted Pincushion.
Here is the pattern owner’s picture of the finished product:
Isn’t it cute? 🙂 I think it would be great for a fall themed present!