...So the dryer is broke as you've all heard, and I have the itch to sew. But all the fabric I have now needs to be washed and preshrunk before I can start any project. Which means I have to wait until we get a new dryer, since air drying doesn't shrink the fabric... Bummer!
So right now I am reading these books, and dreaming about several beginners projects. (If you know me well enough, you'll know that patience is NOT one of my virtues. Hence the struggle. AUGH! )
On another note, I also discovered how great homemade bread tastes like, and if you've ever made homemade bread before you'll know exactly what I'm talking about... Store bought bread sucks compared to the REAL stuff... Man was I in the dark! In the beginning I almost swore to myself to never ever buy store bread ever again. but then I remembered how I have two babies under 3 and we eat a ton of bread in our household( what can I say we love sandwiches). So I revised my oath and decided on making homemade bread and bagels whenever I get the chance. ( never?!)
So now I have the itch to sew, the itch to bake and the itch to read about both... But unfortunately there isn't enough time. What did I do with all the time I had when I was baby-less and single?... Dang!
If I start making homemade bread do I need to buy flour in bulk?
If so, where can I buy it from?
Also anymore tips on both subjects are much appreciated.