whatthepuck, I'd never had plum pudding before, either, much less made it. It wasn't super-fantastic, but it was fun to use a family recipe.
WileESongdog, saving lives is so much better than any old 'thing.' You're amazing!
Acadian, loving that mugrug block.
Always, I've been casting longing glances at those type of coloring books. Show us more pages.
Thing 16, head start on shamrocks that I make for my kids every year. Usually I give them a few so they can give them away. Every year I have to re-remember how to cro-tat, since this is the only thing I do it on.
Thing 17, a hand drawn tutorial for the running stitch. (BTW, I only barely know what I'm talking about.) I'm mailing it to my son who is on his own for the first time, out of the country, and doesn't have access to the internet.
Thing 18, Jam Cake from my grandma's 1939 Household Searchlight Recipe Book. I make dinner pretty much every night, but don't do dessert very often. This turned out okay. Tasted more like a quick bread than cake. Not very sweet considering it uses 1 1/2 cups jam!