Yarn Along--Weasley Vests!


Good morning friends!  I don't know about you... but I've been having a rough time getting back into the blogging spirit these last couple of weeks.  I've written up a schedule of potential posts for the near future though, so hopefully that will get me back on track.

This week I'm working on Weasley Vests for a custom order.  They're coming along great...just one more (in light blue) to go and then letters!  And I finished one for my Mom over break, which she was kind enough to model for me (you can see her here on my project page).  Thanks Mom!

Michael got me a copy of My Paris Kitchen by David Lebovitz for Solstice.  At first I wasn't sure if I wanted to delve into the world of fancy French cooking just after the new year, but the recipes are so delicious I just couldn't resist.  We've already tried the Bleu Cheese, Ham and Pear Quiche, the Salted Caramel Chocolate Mousse and the French Onion Soupe.  Divine!  Excellent instructions make it easy to pull these delicious meals together.  And the author includes lots of lovely stories and anecdotes which provide some nice reading in amongst the recipes.  Good choice Michael!

Salted Caramel Chocolate Mousse from scratch...A. Mazing

French Onion Soupe with homemade crusty baguette. Mmmm...

Linking up with Ginny this week.

A Lovely Homemade Life: Yarn Along--Weasley Vests!

Wednesday, January 14

Yarn Along--Weasley Vests!


Good morning friends!  I don't know about you... but I've been having a rough time getting back into the blogging spirit these last couple of weeks.  I've written up a schedule of potential posts for the near future though, so hopefully that will get me back on track.

This week I'm working on Weasley Vests for a custom order.  They're coming along great...just one more (in light blue) to go and then letters!  And I finished one for my Mom over break, which she was kind enough to model for me (you can see her here on my project page).  Thanks Mom!

Michael got me a copy of My Paris Kitchen by David Lebovitz for Solstice.  At first I wasn't sure if I wanted to delve into the world of fancy French cooking just after the new year, but the recipes are so delicious I just couldn't resist.  We've already tried the Bleu Cheese, Ham and Pear Quiche, the Salted Caramel Chocolate Mousse and the French Onion Soupe.  Divine!  Excellent instructions make it easy to pull these delicious meals together.  And the author includes lots of lovely stories and anecdotes which provide some nice reading in amongst the recipes.  Good choice Michael!

Salted Caramel Chocolate Mousse from scratch...A. Mazing

French Onion Soupe with homemade crusty baguette. Mmmm...

Linking up with Ginny this week.

2 Comments:

At 1/14/15, 4:07 PM , OpenID whendidibecomeaknitter said...

That all sounds so yummy! I think I should drop in for supper one night ;)

 
At 1/15/15, 11:52 AM , Blogger Natalie said...

Oh I love the Weasley vests. I really wish my kids would wear them, but no inclination so far. The soup looks delicious. I have been craving it myself lately. Hoppin over from yarn along.

 

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