Ribber trims 2 presented a series of ideas for edgings I meant to return to. Rather than adding more to that post presently, I am expanding on the
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WORK IN PROGRESS After a slow down in my blog posts for a variety of reasons I find myself playing catch up with the eternal list of knit fabrics
Walnut Bowls and Astilbe Flowers These two walnut bowls are very much alike in all aspects of their design except for the shape of the upper surface.
One of the largest crypto mining and hoarding companies in North America, Bitfarms Ltd. announced that it has changed its holding strategy during the
Celebrations got underway for the Platinum Jubilee in London yesterday and Seven’s coverage helped it to win the night. Trooping the Colour
Last night was another quiet Thursday, ultimately won by Seven. MasterChef Australia won its slot at 513,000 then 7:30 (508,000), an extended Home
I like the idea of wearing a shop apron, but I’ve never been able to get in the habit, for a number of reasons. Some guys swear by them, and some
Nine claimed their 4th night of the week last night although A Current Affair was the only show to win its timeslot at 666,000 metro
The morning after the night before is usually a phrase related to having consumed a tad too much alcohol, but most Arsenal fans will relate today,
Not fun, don’t care Positives, Needs and Hopes Well, actually I did care during the game. I didn’t necessarily need to be entertained but I did
Some spoilers for Holding episode 4 below. Still catching up? Read Steve’s review of episode 3 here. Last week’s episode of Holding saw an
Still catching up on Holding episode 3? Read Steve’s review of episode 2 here. If you thought that ITV’s Holding was just an incidental little
Still catching up on Holding episode 2? Read Steve’s review of episode 1 here. There’s something quite odd about Holding. Actually, there are a
It will have been a fairly easy choice for ITV, you’d imagine. Do they adapt the popular New York Times bestselling debut novel by one of
Wood is much easier to carve when it’s green, and you can get right to work with a large blank of fresh uncracked wood straight from the tree.