selling this. Maybe. I don't know. Why? Don't know. Just been thinking about it for months. The last time I sold several samplers on Ebay, the bids didn't cover the cost of the project. Have you sold stitchery and then regretted it because of the low selling price? Have you ever loved a design and then not cared as much about seeing it displayed? Well I guess the fact that I sold off some samplers for cheap years ago answers both questions. I didn't think a reserve price would have been necessary. And how do you calculate the value for stitched pieces anyway? What's too low and what's too high?
The sun is out and it's a very nice day before the cold and rain start again tomorrow. Decided to not spend the day cleaning carpet. She's waited this long, she can wait a little longer. Would love to make a roaster full of stuffed cabbage this weekend for the freezer. Sounds like a plan.
To no-reply Jackie - my walnut juice is made from the black walnuts I gathered in the woods. You can break and remove the outer green hull and throw it into the pot or use it whole. The stain comes from the lining of that green hull. Cover with water and simmer for an hour, some do it much longer, and it will stain your pot, countertop, hands, anything it touches. Wear gloves! Strain through cheesecloth or fine strainer and store in fridge. The squirrels will gladly take the discarded nuts.
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