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That last picture of Marianne brought a smile to Madi's face as she sits here on the kitchen floor stitching awayfor an art project! She also has to stitch on burlap but she has to make a plains Indian shirt. Good times.


I love that last pic!!! We are lining up the indoor winter crafting projects too.


I think I'm going to have to switch from coffee to tea for the afternoon. We have a pile of chapter books and lots of projects for this long winter ahead. Stay warm!


love the tiny stitches :) so sweet and adorable. There is a lot about stitching on pinterest if you do a search :)


I love those spatulas!!! They must make you smile every time you see one.
We are on the brink of indoors too - lots and lots of snow predicted for tonite.
Bring on the projects.
Enjoy the day.


Hey Kristen. Boiled Lindseed Oil is just boiled flaxseed oil, but it is not for human consumption...DO NOT use that un your spatulas. :) I know that some people do cook with food-grade flaxseed oil, but do not know how that would work as a finish. I used natural butcher block restorer oil on our raised bed garden lumber, as it is food-safe. Attached is a woodworking site I've used in the past. There are several options, and drying time will vary based on the type of wood. Good luck, Darin

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  • [So glad you stopped by. I'm Kristen, wife to Dan and mama to four awesome little ones. Here, we keep track of our adventures in the woods of rural New Hampshire and share a bit about our Christian faith, our homeschooling, our crafting, and our desire to live as frugally, as simply and as peacefully as possible!]

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