What The Hay

Crafty Hayseed Goodness!

About March 21, 2007

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I’m a farm kid from the mid-west. Where I’m from, we grew hay, baled hay, made hay while the sun shines, went for romps in the hay, went for hay rides… We did a lot of things with hay. Hay comes from a variety of plants – including alfalfa, sudan grass, coastal bermuda grass, and most commonly in my area, wheat straw hay. It is used to feed livestock, provide bedding for livestock and chickens, mulch gardens, provide sitting surfaces and build houses.

What the Hay is about a small town farm kid living in the bigger noisier world. I hope to post a few things about my affection for fabric and yarn, a few patterns that I have developed and not seen on line, a few recipes maybe and perhaps life in general. Thanks for reading this!

You can email me at the following address:

hayflowers AT gmail DOT com


 

3 Responses to “About”

  1. Khrysti Says:

    >hugs

  2. Simone Says:

    Alright, in anticipation of all the fabulous postings you will be doing in the future and in recognition of the great tutorials you have created in the past, I have nominated you for the Brilliante Weblog award on Crafty Daisies. I love your Altoid needle holder. I think I’ll need to do a roundup of things you can make with Altoid tins soon.

  3. Flea Says:

    Hi Genie

    Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog about the Cerys Baby Blanket.

    yes you could make a rectangle by moving the stitch markers. Just make the 2 short ends have equal numbers and 2 long ends have equal numbers 🙂

    I’m unsure what it would look like so if you do make it I’d love to see a pic of how it comes out 🙂

    Happy Crafting

    Flea


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