Melita Bielefeld

Melita Bielefeld

Melita Bielefeld
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This is a subtle cake: the coffee tempers the sweetness, and the buttery sweetness keeps it all mellow. Even if you don't make cakes, this one is a cinch. Don't be alarmed if the two sponge layers look thin when you unmold them. They are meant to be, because the cake gains a lot of height with its frosting. This cake is all about old-fashioned, homespun charm, so don't worry about how messy it looks: however the frosting goes on is fine. (Photo: Craig Lee for NYT)

This is a subtle cake: the coffee tempers the sweetness, and the buttery sweetness keeps it all mellow. Even if you don't make cakes, this one is a cinch. Don't be alarmed if the two sponge layers look thin when you unmold them. They are meant to be, because the cake gains a lot of height with its frosting. This cake is all about old-fashioned, homespun charm, so don't worry about how messy it looks: however the frosting goes on is fine. (Photo: Craig Lee for NYT)

Dimplicity - Crafty Blog: Nap Mat with Applique Name Tutorial

Dimplicity - Crafty Blog: Nap Mat with Applique Name Tutorial

I received a email the other day asking me if I had a pattern for a peter pan collar I had done a couple years ago. One I had promised I would share on the blog and never did. It was for a christmas present for her daughters, so I scanned my pattern and created a pdf pattern for it in the days following. I figured I would share the pattern with all my readers too, sort of a Christmas present I guess. It's not the most original pattern, it's pretty much a classic now, but I have a kid...

I received a email the other day asking me if I had a pattern for a peter pan collar I had done a couple years ago. One I had promised I would share on the blog and never did. It was for a christmas present for her daughters, so I scanned my pattern and created a pdf pattern for it in the days following. I figured I would share the pattern with all my readers too, sort of a Christmas present I guess. It's not the most original pattern, it's pretty much a classic now, but I have a kid...

Oooh I saw some Arm Knitting Infinity Scarves at a craft show recently and have been DYING To give this knitting technique a go - LOVE that you use your arms to knit! How fun is that. They key to…

Oooh I saw some Arm Knitting Infinity Scarves at a craft show recently and have been DYING To give this knitting technique a go - LOVE that you use your arms to knit! How fun is that. They key to…

Expand for more info ⬇︎ Paper size used - 6 x 6 inch (15 cm) origami paper. Use 3 x 3in (7.5cm) for cute little bows! When the paper is folded into the middl...

Expand for more info ⬇︎ Paper size used - 6 x 6 inch (15 cm) origami paper. Use 3 x 3in (7.5cm) for cute little bows! When the paper is folded into the middl...