I’m just popping in with some things I’ve been meaning to share.
(Edited to add to Sarah’s Whoop Whoop Fridays.)
This is the Teflon sheet I mentioned here that I use for paperless fusible web. Walmart has two sizes and this is the small one.
I’ve been making my own laundry soap since last summer.
1 cup Arm and Hammer washing soda
1 cup Borax
1 bar of grated Fels Naptha soap
I use a big tablespoon per load of laundry and it works really well.
I’ve seen different ratios of these ingredients, so it’s not an exact formula. You can grate the soap with a cheese grater or in the food processor which is what I do. The pictures show a double recipe that I made up today. There’s no strong scent… just nice and clean! We’re also trying some homemade fabric softener made from water, vinegar and hair conditioner with pretty good results. I found both of these recipes at Pinterest and do not know the original source. Do you make any of your own cleaning products?
A few more bars of felted soap. I used some wonderful lavender scented bars from an awesome Etsy shop.
This is a handy way to block bowls after they’ve been felted.
You saw these crocheted bowls a week or so ago.
Here they are all felted up! I added a contrasting rim to the square ones.
No sewing going on, but lots of trim and window frames are getting another coat of paint. I’ll be done with this soon!