I am trying to nurture them because for some reason I do not have a green thumb. Thank you for the information. That I honestly don't know. I've never had a big enough problem with them to need to try and get rid of them. Unfortunately, you may need to talk to some one who is licensed to spray yards.
They may charge a hefty fee, but they may be able to chemically treat your yard correctly and maybe take care of a few other troubles along the way. If you find out anything I'd welcome you to comment back for anyone else with the same question. I'll include your information in the article if you'd like and mention you as the source. Hey, Karen!
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Hopefully you won't come across them, but they do like to show up unannounced. I have wild strawberries growing in a few wild corners of my garden, and they are the sweetest fruit you can imagine - although very tiny! I haven't heard of the mock strawberry - maybe we don't get that one here in the UK. Interesting hub, thanks. Hi, Connieow! Thanks for the vote! When I was little, we would hunt blackberries, too, and I'd eat up my grandfather's mulberries and go in the house after walking bare foot all over berries and tracking stains in the house.
It's always nice to roam the outdoors. The berries are incredibly sweet and flavourful. They taste like strawberries with just a hint of something floral.
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Would you recommend this product to a friend? I grew these little guys on the windowsill of my office in December. By February I had a few tiny strawberries from the 10 plants that germinated not sure how many seeds I started with. They overtook the small planters, so I put them in a patch in our landscaping. All summer long we had daily handfuls of the small berries. Now here it is November- cold and rainy- and they are more prolific than ever.
The aren't incredibly fragrant, but they are sweet with a hint of banana. They are not appropriate for anything other than picking and immediately eating, as they wilt even a couple of hours after picking. Even so, I think they are totally worth growing. Strawberry seeds are photoblastic. You can put them on a wet paper towel, not in a folded one, and put the paper towel in a takeout container.
I did not put it out because it is too hot here in the south. Also, before I sow the seeds, I put them in a freezer about a month for a cold treatment. I was really disappointed at how few plants germinated from the seeds. I often sew right over the pins without a problem. I have been reading your blog for a long time and love all your posts. And you can use regular thread when sewing down the middle of the elastic as long as you stretch the elastic as you do here.
Thanks for all the great posts! Where do you buy your fabric from? Reply www. Reply heresthething October 12, at am LeAna, this is a great tutorial. Reply madsontheloose February 25, at pm I was wondering that too!! Reply Megan April 22, at am and how does the dress still fit around your hips if your are taking the measurements at your high waist which is already smaller than your hips and subtracting anything? I was thinking the same thing as shannon.
LeAna April 29, at pm Megan:i hope you were able to figure it out and that you are no longer disappointed. For example…waist measures 20 inches…front and back panels will each be 20 inched for a total before elastic of 40 inches. Reply Kamea Tisdale January 7, at am Gorgeous! I loved the way you styled the short version.
I was going to make the other one with the sash but for some reason this felt easier to me. I have it all done and I am so proud of myself since this is the first garment I have ever sewed I usually stick to upholstery. I am having a problem with the last part where you run a stitch over the elastic to make the ruffle effect.
I pulled the elastic but when I got towards the end I had a bunch of fabric all bunched up and I could not pull any tighter. Not sure what I am doing wrong. I know about 2 times I let go of the elastic and had to repull it tight…perhaps that is the issue.
Any thoughts when you get a second? Thank you for the great tutorial. Reply erin February 10, at pm I just made the maxi today, and I did do the extra seam through the middle of the elastic as well. It worked great! Now I can take the elastic thread back. Thank you! Littie does he know, I just followed your wonderful directions! Well done! Your posts and comments are so sweet; keep on, girlie!
Or does the elastic waist help pull it together? Rally want to try making the maxi skirt but would like this clarified before I go buy fabric Reply LeAna March 11, at pm Shannon:yes. Reply Maureen July 7, at am Im excited to make this pattern but was confused.
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This post clarified my measurement misunderstanding!! It looks great! I made a white ruffly cotton short one and a dark blue and yellow flowery satin long one. I love them both so much!
Reply Sue W. April 3, at pm Had to stop by and let you know that I made a skirt for my daughter, sans pockets. It turned out so much better than what I expected. I have very little sewing experience at least where the project turns out right! Thanks for a great tutorial! Very well written and easy to understand. I made three skirts in two days, and had requests from my friends to make them some too. SO my hands will be busy this weekend! Reply Mia April 12, at am I finished my skirt this morning, thank you for a fantastic tutorial!!
I sewed around the waistband with normal thread and it worked just fine! Reply LeAna April 17, at pm correct! If I were to make this with a yoga waistband would I make the top my waist measurement and then taper out the sides to get the width at the bottom? Thanks for your help and the great tutorial! Reply LeAna April 29, at pm Julie:you can definitely do a yoga style waistband. Reply Julie May 1, at pm Totally makes sense. Thanks so much for your response. Reply Taylor May 10, at pm I just made a short skirt! The problem is it turned out to be really wide on me.
I thought I understood your directions correctly when you said to measure my waist where I want it to sit and then cut two panels that size. I can see how that would work out better for the long maxi, but this short one is just so wide! It only took me a few hours to get it finished. I am going to try the maxi with the sash next Reply LeAna May 13, at am Taylor:your skirt looks great!!
Reply Marie September 24, at pm Hello Taylor, I just looked at your skirt and it is so adorable on you, what a great job you did!! Marie Reply Marissa May 10, at pm Thanks so much for sharing! Reply Mary May 18, at pm Love this tutorial!
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