Peter’s first read through.


The important question is, is that the jumper he was wearing in last week’s episode?

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Homemade Celery Powder

Do you know what happens when you slice up little half-moons of celery and then dry them in the oven?

Caterpillars happen.


You can see the shape and size of the original celery slice, marked out on the tinfoil underneath. It’s amazing how much it shrinks – though I suppose we all know that celery is just crunchy water.

Whenever I buy a head of celery, I find a lot of it goes to waste. I’ll…

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Finished the Tangled baby blanket!

Big thanks to missusfeatherbottom for helping me make the chart.  This one is for my good friend’s baby Gracelyn, whose nursery is Tangled themed!

Ravelry project page

Argh what a cute idea! 

(Reblogged from critknits)


to people that sleep with their bedroom doors open: you are brave but you are going to die young

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I’ve been asked a lot lately about what is the easiest decrease method for me.
There are many projects you can make in rectangular form, but at some point you may want to move on to items that are a bit more shaped. Decreasing (or reducing the number of stitches in a row) is one way to achieve that shaping.
There are numerous methods of decreasing that produce different looks and effects, but this is the easiest for me, the ‘knit two together’ (or k2tog). This basic decrease slants to the right on the knit side of the work. If you want your decrease to slant to the left, try the SKP. I hope this picture diagram above helps. Keep on knitting and please reblog if you feel it might help your fellow knitters!


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I was out yesterday and I saw Dumbledore just casually getting gas


Expecto Petroleum

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G-G the book - G-G on Facebook - G-G on Twitter

Garfield minus Garfield remains one of the best ideas I’ve ever seen.

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My romantic life, summed up in one product.

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So proud of the photos in this post that I’m sharing them again. 

Also, potato chip and chocolate chunk cookies are a Thing.