Monthly Archives: June 2012
I’m currently knitting a sontag, which is a 19th century outerwear garment that I’m making for living history reenactment. It functions sort of like a long shawl that covers the back and wraps at the shoulders, but then crosses over … Continue reading
A cool start to the summer has given the garden the chance to really get established this year. The kohlarbi was a bust — like the cabbage, it fell victim to the cabbage white butterfly caterpillars, but I think that … Continue reading
This week, we bought seven chicks — three Buff Orpingtons (as seen above), two Barred Rocks, and two Dominiques. They will be two weeks old tomorrow, and they are quite adorable. Peep peep peep!