Author Archives: Tina

Bow Tie for the Boy

Every year at Easter, I make a bow tie for The Boy. This year, I let him go through my fabric stash, and he selected this ancient swatch of fabric for this year’s tie. I think he did a good … Continue reading

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Oyster Mushrooms

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Palm Weaving

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Feline Fridays

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Chicken Vegetable Casserole

I’m always looking for ways of using leftover chicken, and this is a delicious faux pot pie. Chicken and vegetables are layered in a pan and baking mix is poured on top. Easy to make, and a big hit with … Continue reading

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Tiled Entryway No. 703

It’s been a while since I’ve done a post on tiled entryways, however on Saturday, I ran into this beauty while doing some shopping on Fabric Row.

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Bok Choy Betty

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J.L. Curtis, the hardest working author in The Lone Star State, has just penned a new novella in the Rimworld series, and I teamed up with him to do the cover! Roberto de Perez engineered his escape from the soul-killing … Continue reading

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Feline Friday

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