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This is Why! part 4

Parts 1, 2, and 3 can be found here . In the last entry we talked about how to use leftovers to help stock our pantries. This week ...

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

My 100 Day Crocheting Challenge Summary

Last fall I began a 100 Day Challenge to learn how to crochet.  The rules were simple.  I would work for at least 15 minutes a day for 100 days learning how to crochet.  The days did not have to be consecutive.

Last week I completed the 100th day and as a way of wrapping it up I thought I would do a summary of the projects I completed.





my first project .. edging on a washcloth ...



edging on a bath cloth ...



edging on another bath cloth plus grub roses ...





this edging on this hand towel ...




 dishcloths ...



edging on a baby blanket ... I actually did 2 of these ...



edging on a muslin baby wrap ...


more dish cloths  ( I have actually done quite a few dish cloths) ...



and the big project that I'm continuing to work on ... a blanket/afghan.

This has been a most enjoyable challenge and let me just say if I can teach myself to crochet, you can too.  My tools for learning were Youtube, a basic crochet for beginners book like this one and lots of patience!


Patsi
A Working Pantry
She looketh well to the ways of her household … Proverbs 31:27






Have you read this series, This is Why! and this free e-book, Yes, You Can Have a Well-Stocked Pantry?  And don’t forget to check out the ‘Free Downloads’ page.  You’ll find some helpful pantry building stuff available for free!

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Building A One Month Preparedness Pantry ... part 6

You can read previous posts HERE along with an explanation of why I'm doing this series HERE. 

In this post we're going to wrap up this series talking about food. I'm not going to spend a lot of time on this as building and maintaining a well-stocked pantry is what A Working Pantry is all about.  

Let me just say this, we saw many people and distributed food boxes to many people who did not have food due to the after effects of Hurricane Matthew.  Some of it was not preventable, most of it was.

Keeping a well-stocked pantry will prevent you from having to live on junk food or whatever else you can find that doesn't have to be cooked until help arrives.  

How long could your family survive on your current food pantry?  Would your family be among those who were helping provide food to others or would your family be among those waiting for someone to help them?

The difference could very well lie in whether or not you have a well-stocked pantry? A well-stocked pantry along with the other things we've talked about in this series would enable you to weather most natural disasters, which is what this
series has been all about.

I hope this series has been benefical to you and that you can take the things I've shared and learn from them.

Patsi
A Working Pantry
She looketh well to the ways of her household … Proverbs 31:27



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