Tag: homemade

Jelly and Jamming

I like jelly, jamming and puns. (I’m feeling slightly opinionated today. This is my disclaimer.) I think dieting is bullshit. I am under the belief that my body knows what it needs: I crave it. Then I eat… Read More

Honeycomb Hearts

My grandma’s house is magical. There is a lake and cabin, beautiful gardens, a sugar shack where I had my wedding and barns full of treasures. There is a “happy tree” straight out of a Winnie the Pooh… Read More

A Very Crafty Christmas

A very belated story…. This past Christmas was very different for me. Typically, I make about 70% of my gifts, along with Christmas cards and cookies. This time around, work took up most of my holiday, so I… Read More

Caramel Apple Catastrophe

I woke up this morning from a nightmare that my HB was leaving me and running away to France. This may be because we ate at a French restaurant the night before or maybe he has a secret… Read More

A DIY Baby Shower: Knitted Baby Bunting

I’m an aunt!!! But something had to happen in order for that to be true…And lots of crafts too! My sister called me one night to tell me she was having a baby. A baby! I immediately started… Read More

Earl Grey Pistachio Puddin’ Pops

I love popsicles and pudding. So of course – I enjoy pudding pops! After rummaging my cabinets for ingredients, here’s what I came up with. Feel free to try out your own flavores. I would love to hear… Read More

Homeward bound – just for the weekend

This past weekend was my dad’s birthday and he retired! He spent many years working way too hard and now he will probably continue working, but at home instead. He’s the type of dad who doesn’t know how… Read More

Jello pies from the 1950s

Ever decide last minute you need to make a dessert but don’t have much of anything in the cupboards, let alone cake ingredients? I got this. Recently, my friends Colin and Yeon both had a birthday falling on… Read More

So much to learn in Montréal!

The HB and I needed a mid-week vacation, so we took off a few days and headed across the border to Montreal. Most say, “Why go to Montreal when it’s cold??” Well, we are warm-blooded creatures who love… Read More

Hello

Hi, I’m Eve, the newest member of NonLinear Knitting. Courtney and I met at work and we soon found that we both liked a lot of the same things (cameras, dancing, homemade things, yoga, etc…)  So then we… Read More