For the love of MASON JARS.

The Mason jar (also known as the Ball jar or glass canning jar) was invented in 1858 by John Landis Mason to can and preserve food. The jar was made with a shoulder-seal and a zinc screw cap. The top of the glass had a threaded neck which fit the threads in the metal cap to screw… Continue Reading

For the love of YARN.

For the love of yarn!

Yarn is used in the production of textiles, sewing, knitting, crocheting, embroidery, and more. Yarn comes in several forms depending on the fibers used. The most commonly used plant fibers are cotton (cellulose of the cotton plant) and linen (fibers of the flax plant). The most commonly used animal fibers are wool (sheep hair), cashmere… Continue Reading