I was gifted some green cotton yarn. I have to see if there is enough yardage to knit myself a vest.
(With Reverse Shaping! Joy of joys)
I am finishing Fireman's socks first.
Below is a critter we saw on a woods walk the other day.
What do you think he is?
The lagoons were covered in green green duckweed.
and everyone else who wants an easy
go to dinner bread:
5-6 cups flour
2 cups HOT water
Mix the yeast and water for a few minutes
Mix 4 cups of the flour, salt and sugar.
Mix it all together.
Beat 100 strokes
Add the remaining flour
Knead by hand 8 minutes
Let rise 15 minutes
Punch down and divide
Shape into two round loaves
Set them on a greased upside down cookie sheet
Cut and X atop each loaf
Place in a COLD oven
Do not preheat
Put a pan of shallow water under the rack with the bread on it.
Bake 400 for 50 minutes
Crunchy crusty yummy bread!