Annelise Jonck-schroeder

Annelise Jonck-schroeder

Annelise Jonck-schroeder
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Dairy-free Coffee Creamer -- this naturally sweetened, vegan coffee creamer is a healthy and delicious alternative to store-bought creamers. It's gluten-free, Paleo-friendly, and tastes AMAZING! || runningwithspoons.com

Dairy-free Coffee Creamer -- this naturally sweetened, vegan coffee creamer is a healthy and delicious alternative to store-bought creamers. Ingredients ½ cup of dates, pitted ½ cup hot water cups light canned coconut milk* ½ Tbsp.

Paleo Apple Muffins – super moist, fuss-free and maple sweetened. #ilovemaple @Pure Maple Syrup from Canada

Paleo Apple Muffins – super moist, fuss-free and maple sweetened. Pure Maple Syrup from Canada

The Molly Poncho, free pattern by Stacey of Stacey Daze. Pretty mixed stitches worked as two rectangles which are then sewn together, then the neckline is added. Her instructions are general (advanced beginner), but it's really much easier than it looks ☺ Browse the Ravelry Project Gallery. Mixed stitches would make a pretty shawl

The Molly Poncho, free pattern by Stacey of Stacey Daze. Pretty mixed stitches worked as two rectangles which are then sewn together, then the neckline is added. Her instructions are general (advanced beginner), but it's really much easier than it looks

"#Crochet - Granny Squares can sometimes seem repetitious, but not in this extraordinary blanket! It looks like an oriental rug. What colors!" #KnittingGuru http://www.pinterest.com/KnittingGuru

" - Granny Squares can sometimes seem repetitious, but not in this extraordinary blanket! It looks like an oriental rug. What colors! Of course it's in French.

Coast Ripple, from inspiration to beautiful completion, by Lucy of Attic 24 ~ Free pattern & excellent, detailed tutorial with plenty of step-by-step photos. Worked in Stylecraft DK with 'G' hook. . . . . ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/.

Coast Ripple, from inspiration to beautiful completion, by Lucy of Attic 24 ~ Free pattern & excellent, detailed tutorial with plenty of step-by-step photos. This has been the inspiration behind my 'Port Hughes' blanket