The HomeAcre Hop #63

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My favorite post from last week was from Katie’s Farm ~ this Easy-Sew Hamper Liner tutorial:

 

 

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Black Fox Homestead

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The HomeAcre Hop #63 — 9 Comments

  1. Jen- I really like your fotos. Who does your drawings, e.g.the turnips, beets, carrots?

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