Category Archives: Suzy Homemaking

  1. Why McDonalds can suck it

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    February 8, 2009 by 8junebugs

    Because I put maple syrup in the batter. And I used real sausage. I give you…the Macgirdle: I’ll wrap the …
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  2. SEO response

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    January 28, 2009 by 8junebugs

    Hi! If you get here wondering “how to know when French toast is done,” you have my sympathies. I’m not …
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  3. Not cupcakes IN A JAR

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    December 15, 2008 by 8junebugs

  4. It’s a Christmas Miracle!

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    November 24, 2008 by 8junebugs

    Question: What’s better than a cupcake? Answer: A cupcake baked IN A JAR! With an adorably designed and printed label on …
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  5. What I did this weekend

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    September 22, 2008 by 8junebugs

    Those purple ones with yellow accents are a replacement pair — I have a customer who’s exchanging for a looser …
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  6. Spreading warmth one foot at a time

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    September 2, 2008 by 8junebugs

    Hooray! One of my Etsy customers returned to my shop and purchased two pairs of socks today. I love repeat …
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  7. Productivity, or the appearance thereof

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    August 22, 2008 by 8junebugs

    Were anyone watching my Etsy shop, they would think that I just knocked out a boatload of handknit socks in …
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  8. Piecemeal

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    August 16, 2008 by 8junebugs

    Or…What the eff was I thinking? I finished cutting and piecing the small blocks for my Screw You, Mother Nature …
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  9. Six pounds of lint

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    August 11, 2008 by 8junebugs

    More photos to come when the fabric strips stop breeding and my eyeballs stop bleeding. Or when it looks more …
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  10. The latest re-obsession

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    August 8, 2008 by 8junebugs

    Screw you, Mother Nature. If I have to deal with another month of summer, I’m going make me a quilt …
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