refrigerator oatmeal + handmade pot holder.

I decided to try my hand at some refrigerator oatmeal; all you need is some mason jars, fresh fruit, greek yogurt, skim milk, and old fashioned oats. This blueberry variety was a bit more sour than sweet, since I omitted the maple syrup called for in the recipe. All in all, if you like oatmeal,Continue reading “refrigerator oatmeal + handmade pot holder.”

quince and co.

My latest obsession is Quince and Co., a gorgeous Maine-based yarn company that churns out gorgeous designs from various knitters as well. I bought a whole pile of their Lark new american wool to make a scarf from their Stripes Collection for a Valentines day gift, and of course one of the stripes hat forContinue reading “quince and co.”

stasis.

One sleeve done of the gorgeous Stasis Pullover in Brooklyn Tweed’s Spring Thaw collection. I’m knitting it exactly as the pattern calls for–with Brooklyn Tweed Loft in snowbound as the main color and cast iron as the contrasting color. So far, so easy, so gorgeous. This is my first Brooklyn Tweed sweater. I have alwaysContinue reading “stasis.”

greek dressing.

It takes no time at all to make homemade dressing and it makes all the world of difference. Tastier, you know exactly what’s in it, and requires just a few ingredients you usually have floating around in your kitchen. The other night, I made a delicious greek dressing that required the following: a lemon, aContinue reading “greek dressing.”