Posts by bluesavannah

Caramel Sauce

Posted by on Jan 5, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Caramel Sauce

I’ve talked with several people recently who make a fantastic caramel sauce, but it requires a lot of time and stirring.  I’ve found (by happy accident) that this recipe can work without a lot of stirring. You’ll need: 2 cups unbleached sugar 1 cup butter, room temperature 1 cup heavy cream, room temperature Heavy enameled cast iron pan Wooden spoon Whisk I didn’t let my lack of videography knowledge stop me, and I made how-to video to share my...

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Fall Reminiscing

Posted by on Dec 9, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Fall Reminiscing

Greetings! We had a full summer at our little homestead.  Fall was busy with travel to Nebraska and Hailey, Idaho for fiber festivals, garden harvest, and starting back to school.   Oh, and we had the nicest surprise!  A 15 oz stray kitten “chose” us when he fell into the window well.  He spent a rough few weeks sick and underweight, but he’s healthy and growing and very much loved now.  He’s a polydactyl cat and has two of the cutest little mitten feet you’ve ever seen.           I have several new colorways to introduce.  “Doorway to Heaven” was a...

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Bowtie

Posted by on Mar 29, 2016 in Project Gallery | 0 comments

Bowtie

Josiah knit this dashing bow tie from Blue Savannah “My Chicken Ate the First Tomato of the Season – Green Trim” on the Coyote yarn base.

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Peachick Eyes Sweater

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in Project Gallery | 0 comments

Peachick Eyes Sweater

A first sweater in fingering weight yarn is certain to have some very tedious moments, but I’m glad I persevered!  I love the final product.  Knit in Chickadee with colorway Fangorn.

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Point of Libra

Posted by on Feb 28, 2016 in Project Gallery | 0 comments

Point of Libra

Janie knit this lovely Point of Libra scarf with a Blue Savannah Meadowlark gradient she purchased at an art fair in Whitefish, Montana.  It’s striking!

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