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Skandi Rogers wrote:It sounds a nice idea but not sure what to do, won't be able to do much if anything outside, ground will be frozen or it will rain that's the two possibilities in December. hmms
l'll speed-up my to-do list then:
1. Properly clean some castiron skillets I recently bought. First time owning some that aren't brand new.
2. Once that's done, bake bread in them.
3. Make an informative topic for permies.com
4. Start my first indoor mushroom grow with rye grain as a medium, I've only used brown rice previously which is easier but more tedious.
5. Another mushroomy one - Trying to make liquid culture from honey water. I've always been worried about contamination ruining the entire culture, but we'll see how it goes.
r ranson wrote:Thanks. I think it's going to be lovely. I've spent the last few months weaving something for everyone else, this I'm weaving for myself. It's my 12-day project.
The traditional holiday for spinners and weavers is the 12 days following Christmas, ending on January 6th, which is distaff day - the day the spinners go back to work. I like to spend those 12 days engaged in a major project to test my limits. Create something for me. One year, I carded by hand, spun, and knit an entire sweater. It was intense. This year, I don't have as many days off, so I'm doing a bit of the prep work in advance. I still have loads of spinning to do, so it's going to be a challenge to get it done in time. But fun!
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