Three Fates Fiber

Whatever comes to my twisted little mind..mostly family, life, and crafting…

SPS Team Spring Sale April 18-22

Here is the official list of the Spring Sale Participants :
1. www.amydscrochet.etsy.com 20% off
2. www.etsy.com/shop/BEADEDNECKLACESHOPPE 20% off
3. www.etsy.com/shop/CatchingWaves 15% off
4. www.etsy.com/shop/joliefemmebydiana 15% off
5. www.etsy.com/shop/FirepanJewellery 15OFF (discount + cc)
6. www.etsy.com/shop/hanjinaty 20% off
7. www.etsy.com/shop/prettybyrddesigns 20% off
8. www.etsy.com/shop/fallinstyle 15% off
9. www.etsy.com/shop/thresholdpaperart ~ 15% off
10. www.etsy.com/shop/WithTheseHandsCreate – 15% off
11. www.etsy.com/shop/ZcrochetZ – 15% off
12. www.Ceraminic.etsy.com 20% off
13. www.deedeedeesigns.etsy.com 15% off
14. www.etsy.com/shop/Astra9 20% off
15. www.etsy.com/shop/trellislanevintage 15% off
16. www.etsy.com/shop/cocoflowershop 10% off
17. www.etsy.com/shop/ahkriti 15% off
18. www.etsy.com/shop/CarolaBartz 15% off
19. Www.etsy.com/shop/threefatesfiber 10%off
20. www.etsy.com/shop/AudacityWear 20% off
21. www.etsy.com/shop/ludysan 15% OFFPicMonkey Collage2

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Strategice Promotion for Success Team’s annual Spring Sale, April 18-22.

Strategic Promotion For Success Team Enjoy some great deals with the Strategice Promotion for Success Team’s annual Spring Sale, April 18-22.

Use coupon code SPRING16 to get discounts during the event. For more info follow the link below..  http://strategicpromotionforsuccess.blogspot.com/2016/04/spsteam-2016-spring-sale.html?showComment=1460649630464#c1274805723359051031

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Sandwich Bread

Life After Wheat

Yeast Breads

Whenever I talk to someone who is just starting to eat gluten free, the first question is always what to do for bread. Bread is such a staple, and it really is tough to find a good gluten free version. We’ve tried many a store bought variety, but they are super expensive and most don’t even taste very good. 

I have waited a loooong time to post a bread recipe because I wanted it to be really good. This is it. It isn’t grainy. It isn’t crumbly. It is soft and has that yummy freshly-baked smell and taste. It also happens to be quite easy and quick to make.

Like any gluten free product, it’s best served fresh. If you aren’t going to eat it the same day, store it in a bread bag in the fridge. If it is going to take you more than 4-5 days to eat…

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Make a mosaic for your garden: Here’s how to make a Mosaic Garden Ball

Definitely on my must try list…

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It’s hot, it’s dry, and with a record breaking drought across most of the country, no amount of watering is going to make the garden look good. What might help the garden, however, would be a burst of color from a Mosaic Garden Ball – or two or three. I thought I would share a few ideas this week for DIY Mosaic Garden Balls, starting with a tutorial from Cath at CathGrace.

How to make mosaic garden balls Mosaic Garden Balls by Cath at CathGrace

As Cath points out, the grout is weather resistant, making these Garden Mosaic Balls well suited to the great outdoors. Cath used E6000 as her adhesive, and because the adhesive contains solvents, it can melt a small portion of the foam. You could also use a low-temp glue gun or ceramic tile adhesive to adhere the mosaic pieces.

What I love about these is that the dark grout makes…

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Winter

Winter in Maine so far this year..

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My commute

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Gypsy Wagons

Gypsy Wagons are amazing in their artwork and design. What beautiful form and function of an object.. Saw these ones at the Fryeburg Fair this fall..

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Moosehead camping trip

We went camping up in moosehead Maine. Such a beautiful area. We went with our friends The Landry’s and much like last year it was adventurous…. Though we didn’t wind up on North Woods Law like last year. The Landrys car broke down on the 2nd day of camping. The A frame (I think) broke on those bumpy bumpy roads. Than I decided to step on an ax that fileted my middle toe, leading to me going to the hospital and receiving 6 stitches that run from the top of my toe to the bottom. All that aside it was fun. We hiked moxie falls and that hike is gorgeous! We also checked out the B52 crash site which was sad and pretty cool.. Now its back to school for the kiddies and reality for the parents.. If I could run from the coming winter ( I hate winter and cold) I would.

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Summer Vacation

What did we do for Summer vacation???? We spent a few weeks in Minnesota visiting family. We drove from Maine to Minnesota.

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We spent some time at The Mall of America and Como Zoo.  My husband and children were able to go to the Microsoft store which they were stoked about…

 

We had fun, helped my parents and sister on there house, had a family reunion and as always played lots of cards with my mom… oh yeah, we may of also had a few drinks ;-)….

Now were back home and back to hockey, weaving, working and fixing our own house.   We plan on going camping once this summer sometime this or next month.. Maybe Moosehead area again…  Oh well so there’s a chunk of my summer so far… ‘Til next time…

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hand woven blanket from the triloom

hand woven blanket from the triloom

2nd blanket off the triloom.. Hopefully panel 1 of 2, need to try and find a skein of grey otherwise this may be the end of this project. Hopefully at the fiber frolic this weekend I’ll find the skein I need…

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