I like to make things.
It’s fun to try something new…
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I learned to sew aprons as a personal fundraiser for the Heart & Stroke Foundation in memory of my Gram. With Live. Love. Bake! those who bought aprons were also invited to participate in an online recipe swap – sharing favourite family recipes.
A paper collage.
I took a writing class where I was asked:
if writing were an animal, what would it be to you?
A DIY hack to keep mittens on our kids hands (adding socks to mittens). It totally worked!
A mixed media collage on canvas with my word for 2018: Calm.
I discovered simmering pots in December and LOVED them. You need to try it.
Charlie gets lots of hand-me-downs from her brothers. I wanted her to have a little something of her own. I learned how to sew pom poms to add onto her toque.
I like to make stuff. I try to sew without patterns and make homemade gifts.
You can see more of my projects on Instagram (@verylainie).