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Free Project: Colors of Spring from The Embroidered Garden
Crafts & Creativity / Projects

Free Project: Colors of Spring from The Embroidered Garden

I created a line of fine linen thread, Kazuko Aoki Original linen thread, dyed in twelve original colors. In my opinion, linen is the best material to use for embroidering flowers. It adds a slight matte quality to the colors and highlights the texture of the stitches. Download the PDF. from The Embroidered Garden: Stitching … Continue reading

Free Project: Cabbage Koftas from Pure Vegetarian
Food & Cooking / Projects

Free Project: Cabbage Koftas from Pure Vegetarian

Cabbage koftas are easy to make even in large quantities. This recipe is mild and serves everyone from a toddler to the elderly with sensitive palates. For a spicier dish, add finely grated ginger and one or two green chilies. If cabbage isn’t to your liking substitute zucchini, cauliflower, or mixed vegetables. Easily absorbing liquid … Continue reading

Free Project: Cherry, Coconut, and Walnut Bread from Little Bites
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Free Project: Cherry, Coconut, and Walnut Bread from Little Bites

This versatile bread packed with nutty coconut, toasted walnuts, and sweet cherries can take you from breakfast straight through to dessert. Individual slices wrapped in parchment paper are ideal for an on-the-go breakfast or tucked into a lunch box. For an extra-decadent dessert, add dark chocolate chunks and serve the slices straight from the oven … Continue reading

Free Project: Bunny Rabbit Rolls from Little Bites
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Free Project: Bunny Rabbit Rolls from Little Bites

Ideal for picnic lunches, these rolls make use of summer’s abundant veggies and include a variety of tastes and textures. Easy to pack and great from eating on the go, Bunny Rabbit Rolls also lend themselves well to creativity. Experiment and customize your ideal roll, or set up an ingredient bar and let your kids … Continue reading