If you’ve got a little time and a little leftover yarn, you can create this magical pint-size mason jar cozy with my free knitting pattern. I call it magical because the stitch, called St. John’s Wort, is made with diagonal lines, but when you stretch it over a jar, it becomes a rounded, lacy pattern. Read on for the quick and easy free knitting pattern or click here to shop for pre-made cozies from WormeWoole.
I’m going to share our family secret to save money while allowing our kids to chose a souvenir many times on our trips and also keeping the cost under $2 per child at each place. A family excursion is something we look forward to, whether it is a day trip to a nearby destination or a longer trip to a faraway place. Collecting souvenirs along the way is usually a really fun part of visiting new places, whether they be tourist traps or high-class attractions. But with four kids in our family (or even if you have only one or two) the spending can go over budget quickly.
Cast iron pans can be the champion workhorse of any kitchen, and have been for generations. Perfect for searing, sautéing…