Friday, April 28, 2017

Crafty Round-Up

By: Cora Chevalier
From: Cora Crafts Mysteries
Author: Mollie Cox Bryan
           Book 2 Title: No Charm Intended

One of my favorite things to do as a craft blogger is my round-ups and they seem to be popular with my readers, too. So, I’m going to share a round-up up with you today.

Besides, I need a little distraction. We’ve just begun our “Wildcrafting Retreat,” and a local young woman has turned up missing. Gracie was London’s babysitter and well-loved in Indigo Gap. I just keep thinking and hoping there will be some logical explanation soon for her disappearance and she will walk through the door of Kildare House any moment.
But never mind. I promised you my crafty round up.



Here we go:

Stunning examples of upcycled crochet. 

Recipe for a multi-purpose oats-herbal blend



Metal clay  (you read that right.)

Here’s a fabulous list of places to go on line for repurposing ideas. 

 Enjoy!


P.S. Okay, it worked for a bit. I was a little distracted. Now I’m worried about Gracie, again. Sigh.



Mollie Cox Bryan is the author of the Agatha-award nominated Cumberland Creek Mysteries and a bestselling Kindle-World romance novella THE BEEKEEPER'S BRIDE, A ST. HELENA VINEYARD KINDLE WORLD NOVELLA. She just released a new series: "Cora Crafts Mysteries." The first book is DEATH AMONG THE DOILIES. She's also penned a historical fiction: MEMORY OF LIGHT: AN AFTERMATH OF GETTYSBURG. 

"Cozy Mysteries with Edge. Romances with Slow, Sweet Burn."

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Cora, Thought you might be interested in this tidbit: My sister-in-law's last name was Schwallie. I did her ancestry chart and found out that her family had origins in Alsace-Lorraine, which alternated between German and French rule. When the Germans controlled it, her family was known as Schwallie, but when the French had control, it was Chevelier, which, of course, means a knight.

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