I have been using my 1960s vintage sewing machine to make Olsen style face masks.
I had a lot of white muslin from other projects for liners. After cutting into a couple reusable totes for an inner layer, remembered I had a huge sheet of non-woven polypropylene that came wrapped around a memory foam mattress pad.
I have bought a few pieces of quiltng cotton for the outer layer, but used a lot of remnants too.
I started out using t-shirt yarn for ties, then invested in a set of bias tape makers so am now making matching ties.
I had been using a prep blender for making smoothies. It works well for pureéing soups in my Instant Pot but I was getting splatter and a bit concerned that chopping ice was asking a bit much of it.
Decided to put a birthday gift certificate toward buying a NutriBullet high speed blender. It has been interesting trying recipes from the web as well as experimenting.
Smoothies can be used for bulking up as well as dieting to lose weight. It has been a struggle to keep at 120 lbs (54 kg, 8.6 stone). I thought I had escaped major illness this past winter, but ended up going to the ER with bronchitis the last week of May. Recovery has been slow, especially since I dropped to 113 lb. I decided to try adding extra nutrition in the form of smoothies. This was especially attractive in the summer with local fruits coming into season.
Pictured is this morning’s breakfast smoothie:
Parsley (grown in a pot by my front door)
Yoghurt (my own made with whole milk and half & half)
I am using Safari to post this from my iPad after connecting it to the camera using the Canon app I downloaded from the App Store. I have been transferring images from the PowerShot with a USB cable to my MacBook Air, using Graphic Converter or Photos.
It seems to work OK, only drawback is having to cut the internet connection to connect the camera WiFi.
Looks like the app lets you control the camera too. Going to try that, might be a way to make up for the tremor.
Still holding off on WordPress 5 and MacOS Mojave updates.