Have you ever reached dinner time and wished that there was a good home-cooked meal there, but you just know that you don’t have time to make it? I know that I have. When I first learned how to cook, I assumed that meals took forever to make, so it must be easier to […]
Time to reflect, reject, and re-direct!
Feltmaking – or Felting – has become quite popular lately, but did you know that it is a very old art? In fact, felt was the earliest known textile – predating any kind of weaving or spinning. There are several different techniques, and the Arts & Crafts Neighborhood has books to help with all of them.
As a gardener without a lot of time, I tend to grow a lot of things in containers and one of the things I like to grow is herbs. I think it’s because smells are important to me, I like my environment to smell good. So this year I grew spearmint and lemon balm and got the idea of trying my hand at preserving their scents to enjoy throughout the winter.
Preserving Collectibles: Some Basic Tips These tips all come from the book Saving Stuff: How to care for and preserve your collectibles, heirlooms, and other prize possessions by Don Williams—who is a senior conservator for the Smithsonian Institution. TSCPL has this book in our collection—check it out if you need more detail on preserving just about […]
Man saves puppy. Puppy saves man. The thrilling true adventures of an airman and his loyal dog during World War II.