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Dispatches From Whitcomb Street
July 10, 2010 7:42 PM   Subscribe

Dispatches From Whitcomb Street
I'm recording my craft, food, fledgling garden, and other various and sundry domestic-ish experiments here.

There's no hook - I'm not trying to feed myself from a 10 mile radius, or on a dollar a day, and I haven't recently moved to the country or found myself in possession of hours of leisure time. It's just the stuff I do.
posted by peachfuzz (5 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

I really, really, really want to leave comments. Is there a way to leave comments (Disqus?) that I'm not seeing, or is it not an option?

In lieu: I LOVE the quilt. You're brave to do something with so many curves!
posted by fiercecupcake at 10:22 AM on July 14, 2010


Thanks! Putting the top together was really fun, even if it was nerve-wracking. The funny thing is, I started sewing garments in a mostly slapdash-fudging-acceptable kind of way, and then had a long period of just piecing a couple different quilt tops. I started sewing a shirt tonight, and was shocked by how accurate my sewing had gotten...I think the curves of cog + wheel were good practice!

I'll look into commenting. I had a sprawling knitting blog years ago that I built piece by piece with Movable Type and got tired of dealing with, so Tumblr seemed like a good easy option...but now I'm frustrated by all these things I can't control!
posted by peachfuzz at 8:04 PM on July 14, 2010


I'm really impressed with the stuff you do. (You made a soy product look appetizing to me. That never happens. And eggs over polenta is a very clever use of leftover polenta.

Also, I used to live on (a) Whitcomb street. Which is kind of neat.

I'm now experiencing an overwhelming need to make my own mozzarella and ricotta.
posted by snuffleupagus at 8:32 PM on July 16, 2010


Comments are enabled! It took me an embarrassingly long time to figure out how to do it, though.
posted by peachfuzz at 10:18 AM on August 6, 2010


This is a lovely blog. I hardly ever wander over to Projects, but glad I did today and found this. Added to my daily blog list. The cucumber lemon water looks so refreshing. Thanks for the inspiration.
posted by marsha56 at 5:29 PM on August 13, 2010


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