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By Jen Munson Thanks to a renewed interest in self-sufficiency and pandemic gardening, seed starting has enjoyed a resurgence. Fedco Seeds and Baker Creek Seeds have already indicated that they are experiencing difficulties with keeping up with seed demands. Those fighting online shopping carts for seeds…
Who invented the sewing machine? There’s no simple answer, for many inventors contributed elements to the finally successful product. How was the stitch to be made? What would the needle be like? One thread, or two? How would the cloth be moved through the machine? Most importantly of all, how would all the moving parts … Continue reading Stitches in Time, 100 Years of Machines and Sewing
The demand for high-quality hand care products for dry hands is now higher than ever. Many of us are practicing impeccable hand hygiene in the current climate, as advocated by government officials, medical professionals, and public health authorities including the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and WHO (World Health Organization). Unfortunately, a very … Continue reading HOW TO MAKE DIY CREAMS & LOTIONS FOR DRY HANDS
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