Jan Simson

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Free Knitting Pattern for Spring Lace Infinity Scarf - Lace cowl with 5 row repeat lace edging and body with dropped stitches and stockinette. Fingering weight yarn. Designed by Linda Thach for Purl Avenue. Pictured project by Gikasha.

Free Knitting Pattern for Spring Lace Infinity Scarf - Lace cowl with 5 row repeat lace edging and body with dropped stitches and stockinette. Fingering weight yarn. Designed by Linda Thach for Purl Avenue. Pictured project by Gikasha.

Toasted pistachios and preserved lemon add crunch and interest to this roast pumpkin, feta and chickpea salad. #salads #recipes

Roast pumpkin, feta and chickpea salad recipe - By Australian Women's Weekly, Toasted pistachios and preserved lemon add crunch and interest to this roast pumpkin, feta and chickpea salad.

Toasted pistachios and preserved lemon add crunch and interest to this roast pumpkin, feta and chickpea salad. #salads #recipes

Roast pumpkin, feta and chickpea salad recipe - By Australian Women's Weekly, Toasted pistachios and preserved lemon add crunch and interest to this roast pumpkin, feta and chickpea salad.

Simple apple slices cake

Simple apple slices cake

I had a box half full of Weet-Bix that had been sitting around for a while, so I thought it was time I made something with them! This Weet-Bix slice was perfect, because it uses a good amount of Weet-Bix (surely this makes it almost healthy).

I had a box half full of Weet-Bix that had been sitting around for a while, so I thought it was time I made something with them! This Weet-Bix slice was perfect, because it uses a good amount of Weet-Bix (surely this makes it almost healthy).

A new pattern for a baby hat. I saw this stitch on a baby cardigan pattern and thought it would make a cute hat. It does! The pattern is written for a newborn, but increasing the cast on in increments of 12 will work to make larger sizes.

A new pattern for a baby hat. I saw this stitch on a baby cardigan pattern and thought it would make a cute hat. The pattern is written for a newborn, but increasing the cast on in increments of 12 will work to make larger sizes.