Recently we have seen the cold weather turning into pollen turning into rain and heat. It all got me thinking, what sorts of crafts do you like in each weather? There are certain crafts, such as knitting, that I simply don't want to even think about in the summer. So, let's take a look at the list! Here to help me out is our home mascot, Horace. Turtles are a bit of a family crest in my husband's family line, and Horace is our very own mascot. Let's take a look!
Sewing: scarves, head wraps, bows, swim coverups, vinyl seat covers, hats
Gluing: flowers on anything! Headbands, clips, rings, necklaces, baskets....
Cooking: yummy fruity drinks, easy fruit courses, taco salads
Sewing: warm scarves
Knitting: warmer scarves, vests, cute hats (beanies, berets)
Cooking: any kind of cider, scones with cranberries, pies of any sort!
Cooking: soups and corn chowders, enchiladas and tacos, chilis, hot chocolate of any sort, pizzas
Knitting: woolen scarves, cushions, blankets (which will keep you cozy as you knit), socks
Sewing: pillow cases, hats, warm socks, warm booties or slippers, blankets
Sewing: spring belts, flowery hair accessories, pillow case covers for a new living room look
Cooking: salads, anything with fruit and juice, pastas
Horace and I are wishing you a warm transition into the spring months! If you're in the Southeast, stay patient with all the pollen you're breathing in!