Small Heater Heats Twayler
We love this heater! It has wheels that allow moving to the bedroom at nite. The heater has a remote control. Very convenient! The small heater has a fan which is very quiet.
Twayler has a forced air heater. We hate the huge fan sound that the forced air heater makes. Hardly ever use it!
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The small heater that warms Twayler
9:30am - Sewing Scampy's stealth curtains
We are back on the Scampy Curtain Project. I've never taken hand sewing lessons. Back when I was a kid, I had do sewing and just did it. Sort of picked up different stitches here and there.
For me, it is very difficult to cut cloth straight. Especially when cutting from a large piece of material. So, I don't concern myself about being perfectly straight. Just cut the material a bit big, and then sew up the material back to the size I want.
As you may see in the pic below, the cut edge is not straight. I've folded the over the material into a straight line. And am holding the folded edge closed with paper clips. I will use a back stitch to secure the material on both ends. Then turn the material inside out.
One of Scampy's stealth side curtains
3:30pm - Cold feet
The temperature in Apple Valley today never got to 50℉. During the afternoon, my feet got uncomfortably cold.
I was preparing a bucket of hot water to soak my feet when it occurred to me that the spa at 24 Hour Fitness would a lot better. So, that's what I did!
7:30pm - 25℉ Tonite!!
It seems to me impossible for the little quartz heater that I Blogged about today at 8am to keep up with a 25℉ temperature plunge.
As much we hate the fan noise, Twayler's forced air furnace may be pressed into service if as we expect, the quartz cannot handle the low temperature.