A small excerpt from the Mason-Dixon Knitting Halloween Hour:
"Slowly, inexorably, the terror grew...In an evening that I can recall only in jittery flashes of hand-held black & white cinematography, I sewed these appalling parts together..."
Go read the rest
! It's priceless.
How to: Make the "Tunic of St. Louis
"The so-called 'Tunic of St. Louis' is a linen tunic housed in the treasury of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. It is said to have belonged to Louis IX."
The Quilt Index
: a searchable and categorized archive of images of American quilts from private and public collections.
is the way I like my churros
, only without the lime. (The lime must be a newfangled fancy idea. Lime has never been offered with any of the churros I've eaten.) Suggestion: Don't try to "healthify" this recipe. Just don't. Your heart may hate you if you don't, but your taste buds will probably hate you even more if you do.
05.10.03. « | +
Too sick to knit. Apparently, I have a low immune system and my kid likes bringing home viruses he finds at school. Send saltines.
Meanwhile, I leave you with a few bookmarked links you might like if you haven't got a Halloween costume yet: Instructions for growing your own horns
, making a coffin purse
and creating a Morticia skirt
02.10.03. « | +
How to: make paper beads
! (You need a knitting needle to do this, by the way. Got one handy? ;-))