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Sarah started with an old tuff shed a few ducks, some rabbits she had adopted, and her helpful friend, Carlos. Last month, Carlos agreed to help insulate Sarah’s old garden shed. But Sarah decided that she wanted more than that! “I want to do something fun with the inside of the shed.” So, after a […]Read more »
Want to make tote bags from your feed bags? It can be any feed bags you have available, chicken, dog, sheep, rabbit, goat, horse, or even cat. Directions 1. I wanted my finished bag 13″ tall. So, I measured 13” + 2″ for top hem + 4″ for a total of 19”. Why add 4” […]Read more »
I came up with this beginner level Heavy Duty Feed Sack Tote because my seamstress skills leave a lot to be desired! I’ll admit, as crafty and creative as I try to be, I just can’t get a handle on sewing a straight line. This is an easy project, perfect for repurposing your pile of […]Read more »
By Cortney Cogswell Photo by author Last Monday, Jim and I brought our chickens out for their first full day in their new house. Because the kids had grown so much, it was getting crowded in the brooders. That could have led to all sorts of bad things: sickness, injuries or, worst of all, a […]Read more »
by Kimberly Furry Photos by author I love to make a game of saving money and spending less. I try my best to get whatever I need for the lowest possible price. I keep a vigilant eye on curb sides and go hunting at yard sales and thrift stores. My husband rolls his eyes when […]Read more »