How to sew a maxi skirt pattern from @Elena | Randomly Happy | Make your own maxi skirt
These dark chocolate shortbread cookies were actually an accident. They were one of the variations that I came up with (#3 to be exact) while I was trying to create my Decadent Double Chocolate Cookies (Nut-free, Coconut-free, Egg-free). My first thought was complete disappointment that the texture was so crumbly and melty and shortbread like, …
comfy. -- I love that it is not a blanket.... and it isn't a sweater..... hmmmm. I wonder if I have some yarn in my stash to match???? (NOTE: JUST found and added the source!)
Make Your Own Bina Wrap Cardigan - For central panel, you’ll need 3x your hips' width (not circumference!). For side panels, you’ll need two panels that are about the width of your hips. Length can be above/at/below knees depending on your body (*Pick the length of your favorite, long, drapy cardi and work with that. Be generous in your measurements. Cut panels. Slits are about 14" wide, just below the middle or right in the middle of the garment. Pin slits. Sew seams, leaving slits open.
THE REAL DEAL - my daughter asked me for REAL brownies, not from black beans or garbanzo beans, but REAL brownies. And here they are ... Flourless, Gluten free, but still the most chocolately brownies we all need sometimes to keep our sanity.
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