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My favorite pancake restaurant

When I was younger I loved pancakes. Excuse me, I loved MAPLE SYRUP. Pancakes were a way to get as much maple syrup on my plate, my hands, and my face.

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Keeping bees

We created an apiary to keep bees. From our bees we get both honey and wax. Honey is delicious and useful in our cooking and baking, or even medicinal. Wax we can use in a multitude of ways, for example for making candles, treat wood or textiles. We only extracted about 5% of the honeyContinue reading “Keeping bees”

Craft Month Workshop

Nature’s Little Crafts is Tracey King and Mikael Fernström. We work with range of crafts and materials. Textile (wool, spinning, felting), Ceramics, Wood, Metal. We are inspired by nature and working with nature. Workshops are held outdoors, in our Fairy Garden. During Craft Month 2021 (August), we are offering one workshop every Thursday, 3 hours,Continue reading “Craft Month Workshop”

Ceramics

We started to work with ceramics too. The joy of making stuff from clay! So far, we’re making earthenware as our kiln works up to 1,100 degr. C Some of the pieces are hybrids, combining ceramics and wool – check out the pin cushions below. Some pieces are hanging ornaments, while other pieces can beContinue reading “Ceramics”

Making wool

Wool comes from sheep, goats and possibly some other animals with soft and curly fur. It’s normally sheared (a haircut). The wool is then cleaned and washed, which is quite a lengthy and sometimes smelly process. When the wool has dried, it’s either used as is, or dyed, preferably using natural dyes, for example, onionContinue reading “Making wool”

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