Showing posts from March 31, 2013

Tutorial-How To Make An Infinity Scarf

I am linking this post up to Friday Tickled Pink Link Party with Holly Lefevre . The Infinity Scarf Many of you bloggers probably know what an infinity scarf is. For those who do not, it is a neck-scarf which forms a circle or circles(as in the case of the scarf on which this tutorial is based). If you have been shopping lately, you have probably seen these scarves in many of the stores. It is probably not a new invention in the world of style and, but has seen a revival and soaring in popularity lately, and with good reason. It is a very chic accessory and can serve to make an enormous fashion statement, jazzing up that plain shirt, blouse or dress.  There are many tutorials out there, including some videos on the internet, which show how one of these versatile pieces of apparel is put together. Today's post is my humble attempt to show you the way I constructed the scarf shown above.  It is about the easiest thing to cut out and sew up that I have ever don

A Weekend with Friends, Family and Blessings

This past weekend was pretty busy. We spent the early part of Friday afternoon in Columbia, S.C., doing a little shopping to help out the Easter Bunny.Friday night, we were invited to Aiken's downtown area by my friend, Harriette, and her family of barbecue cooking marvels "Smokin' Stacks"  for some great food and fun. They competed in Aiken on Saturday. The night before  a cook-off, most of the teams prepare some sort of  food for themselves, their families and some friends. For this get-together, they fried up what a lot of southerners commonly refer to as "a mess of fish." Along with the fish came freshly fried chips, hush-puppies and coleslaw.  It was all positively delicious! The Logo on the Side of Smokin' Stacks' Trailer Their barbecue is out-of-this world good. FYI, Smokin' Stacks uses and is also a dealer for Backwoods Smokers. The team has won many awards and trophies over the years and placed fourth in pork last October at a