There was a couple of days where we did have a bit of a cold snap, and during that time it was good for making curried stew.
There's nothing like a curried stew on cold days and they're a must during winter. Right now the weather is lovely and winter thoughts are far away.
But we at least managed to have a good stew for the season and as always with most stews we have a damper bread to go with it. Which is a bit like a over grown scone.
If you've ever had one cooked over hot coals or in a wood stove, you've eaten a proper damper. Just doesn't taste the same in today's stove's.
With the colder weather settling in I've been going through old clothes to clear out the cupboard. While I didn't have many clothes to clear out, the ones I saved I placed in the recycle bag and are now being made to use. A woven potholder like above is the start of a new project. The other material is for the string scrap quilt which is in progress.
The woven potholder uses an old shirt I had. It's amazing the amount of fabric that comes from clothing like this. I also save all the buttons, zips, and such. As well, when I cut the seams off the clothes I save those. You can use the seams for potholder hangers.
Have a good day or evening where ever you are.