Showing posts from March, 2017

Projects In Situ

So I haven't had any crafts to show because nothing is finished. I have four knitting projects on the needles (edit: three now, finished one enough that it's off the needles but needs some sewing and then blocking before fully complete). It's kind of driving me insane to have so many partially completed projects--I am not a process knitter, so not getting my finished project fix is maddening, and there's still the dreaded startitis I must face.

I have a baby vest for my brother-and-sister-in-law's first child, and have yarn for several more new projects for this new arrival. However, I need to sew a cover on the interior to hide the loose strands of the colorwork that I didn't 'catch' as well as I had hoped I would, and then it will be blocking time.

I have a pair of colorwork socks half-completed, meaning I finished one of them and haven't begun the second, but I don't count this as the dreaded 'second sock syndrome.' I put it down beca…

Light of the World Garden

This is was an exhibit during the Luminaria Light Show I posted about in January where beautiful statues depicting Jesus Christ's life were lit and placed so one can follow the gospel story. It was so stunning, I have to share it. I do suggest enlarging the photos to get a good look at them. It also helps me get in the mood for Easter!

My Personal Fudge Recipe

I have long adapted my quick fudge recipe from other recipes for a long time, but I never really considered writing down my adaptations until Douglas started really poking me about them. I usually skip the part where one adds 3 or so cups of sugar because I found that amount of sugar exorbitant and making the fudge far too sweet.

Now Douglas, he loves my fudge. Loves loves. He talks about how smooth it is, how it doesn't get hard, and how it's not too sweet. He begs me to make it about once a month. It's quite flattering, so I decided to pay attention to what I do and then write it down, so I might as well share it!

Quick Chocolate Fudge


1/2 cup of butter (I use salted)
1/2 tsp salt
1-7 oz. tub of marshmallow whip
1-14 oz. can of sweetened condensed milk
3 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 tsp vanilla extract

Cook time is about 15-20 minutes.

1. Melt the butter on low over the stove, ensure no water is in or on the pan from start to finish. Add the salt and sti…