Our shop is always busy. We are always comming up with new ideas and new clases to teach, but some clases are always available. This week we hosted a new group of wome in our how to read patterns workshop. This is one amazing course we could all benefit from. Understanding crochet symbols, cable graphics and written patterns are all very useful when trying to decipher a pattern at home!!
It all started 5 years ago. I walked into a J Crew store and there it was. In the middle of the new Crew Cuts section, a kids table with crayons and a coloring book. Not an ordinary coloring book, one that made me giddy and happy, and truly exited.
A few weeks later, I got one for my kid, so that we could color together. Coloring is ine of those things that you never outgrow. You walk into a restaurant and your kids get a pack of crayons and some coloring pages and instantly you are coloring with them. But with this one book, its not just Disney Characters or Sponge Bob. Its different, its for kids, but really its for anyone who loves colors and creativity.
From there I jumped to mandalas, and a few months ago I found adult coloring books. Adult coloring books? Turns out I am not the only one! I now have a few books to choose from. I traded in my kids crayon box for coloring pencils, and yes, I have coloring dates.
My friends come over and we sit, color, and sip tea in perfect silence. Completely absorbed in a world of color and lines, its pure bliss. It's a skill you never outgrow, an undeniable joy that brings a smile to our face, just like riding a bike.
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Around here, a tropical strom advisory requires a very specific type of preparation. To most, it means stocking up on non perishables, batteries and water, cleaning gutters and even boarding up windows and doors.
To me and my close relatives it means kitchen prep. Yep, the best way to wait for the impending storm is to eat your way through it. The weather will be dark, stromy and windy, so even though its still summer, comfort food is required.
The best thing about this particular tomato plenta skillet is that it helped clean out the fridge, in case of a power outage that is the way to go.
This skillet is light enough to eat during the summer, and yet warm, flavorful and satisfying. The tomatoes are soft and juicy while the biscuits are crunchy on the outside and great for soaking up all of the tomato juicy goodness. Easy to prepare, ready in minutes, satisfying and light... it's summer comfort at its best and worth turning on the oven. Just beacuse the oven was already on, I made a batch a of brownies. What better way to wait for the rain to pass than with something baked, something warm, and something good.
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So much to choose from! Will it be a peach, a white peach or a doughnut peach? Perhaps a sugar plum, or a nectarine? Maybe a pound of cherries, but which kind? Ohhh if I only had five more hands I would take some fresh kale, plenty of rainbow chard, watermelon radishes and golden baby beets, a hand full of pati pans and enough heirlooms tomatoes to fill up a basket.
Yes indeed. At least 5 more hands to take it all home!!
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A little about me
Hello yarn lovers! You've landed in my little corner on the web, were I like to share all sorts of crafty and yummy things. I am one the busy bees behind the wonderful PuntoReves, a mama, a wife, and an amateur gardener. For more about me, make sure to follow along on Instagram @laresdomestici and get a look and at all the protects I am working on.