Better Homes and Gardens (February 2014)

Larger houses and Gardens is the only journal that is helping you switch your place right into a secure, inviting haven. each factor is filled with bedrooms that wrap you in heat, kitchens that commence your day with sunshine, gardens that greet you with gladness, porches that positioned you at peace, and recipes that turn into rapid kin classics.

Show description

Read Online or Download Better Homes and Gardens (February 2014) PDF

Similar diy books

DIY Bookbinding: Bind Your Own Book by Hand

Bookbinding might be a demise artwork during this electronic age, yet one could easy methods to do it your self with this easy-to-follow e-book. in reality, you could opposite the process evolution and convert this actual electronic specimen right into a sturdy, hand-stitched e-book that may final for generations. whilst you’re complete, this book will really be "hands-on.

The Dance of Intimacy: A Woman's Guide to Courageous Acts of Change in Key Relationships

Within the Dance of Intimacy, the bestselling writer of The Dance of Anger outlines the stairs to take in order that stable relationships might be bolstered and hard ones could be healed. Taking a cautious examine these relationships the place intimacy is such a lot challenged--by distance, depth, or pain--she teaches us concerning the particular adjustments we will be able to make to accomplish a extra strong feel of self and a extra intimate connectedness with others.

BiblioCraft: A Modern Crafter's Guide to Using Library Resources to Jumpstart Creative Projects

There's untold wealth in library collections, and, like several sturdy librarian, Jessica Pigza likes to proportion. In BiblioCraft, Pigza hones her literary hunting-and-gathering talents to assist creatives of all kinds, from DIY hobbyists to high-quality artists, enhance initiatives in accordance with library assets. partially I, she explains how you can make the most of the riches libraries need to offer—both in individual and on-line.

Create the Perfect Fit: Measuring and Pattern Fitting for Real Sewing Solutions

Create the easiest healthy to your body!

In Create the right healthy, Joi Mahon debunks conventional becoming ideas and stocks her degree your self, degree your development sort of becoming that will help you in achieving the simplest healthy attainable. With distinctive directions and illustrations, she'll stroll you thru the method of measuring your physique, using your measurements to a advertisement trend and growing a precise muslin that may turn into the bottom for any destiny development you stitch. learn the way one development of any dimension might be adjusted to slot any physique type.

With Joi's information and strategies, you'll put off healthy anxiousness and be stitching excellent clothing very quickly!

Extra resources for Better Homes and Gardens (February 2014)

Example text

Designed to tell you important information about whether conditions are right for your plants, the majority of them use wifi to communicate back to growers. Koubachi’s range of products, for example, send you notifications, advice and alarms about the growth of your crops. Their high precision sensors measure the moisture and temperature in the soil, the intensity of the light and more. The Flower Power range from Parrot does a similar job, too. While these sensors do tend to have quite a high price point and have been described as gardening gimmicks, user reviews online are generally good.

Historically, they tended to be fairly coneshaped vegetables with loose leaves, although today there are a host of varieties suitable for this treatment. These brassicas sit in their beds over winter and form tender small heads come spring. Try the compact and reliable ‘April’ or ‘Durham Early’ – an old popular type. SUMMER CABBAGES: These vegetables are harvested in summer, and tend to be sown directly outside in March or April. They could also be sown under cover in February for an earlier cutting.

For this reason, if you’re using it in a hot dish, sprinkle it over your food as you take it off the heat. Coriander is another herb happiest in cool, damp conditions rather than scorching temperatures. We often use it in Asian cooking and so associate it with heat, but counter-intuitively, that’s not what it likes. It runs to flower and seed in an instant in the summer, but is a prolific leaf producer if sown at this time of year and can be used as a cut-and-come-again herb. Give the flat-leaved parsley, ‘Giant of Napoli’ a go, too.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.89 of 5 – based on 34 votes
Posted in Diy