And a cartoon character called Mrs Sew and Sew gave handy tips on turning collars, darning socks, fixing moth holes and even making undies out of off-ration "butter muslin
After the milk is curdled it is strained in butter muslin
or cheese cloth and the curd is collected and then pressed to form a mass and the whey is collected for other uses.
Each kit contains step by step instructions, butter muslin
, a dairy thermometer and all of the ingredients you need to make your chosen cheese.
[pounds sterling][sup.3] Prepare clarified butter by melting a pound of butter, simmering for a few minutes, cooling it down, and then removing the white solids by straining with butter muslin
 Place mesh colander lined with double layer of cheesecloth or butter muslin
over large bowl and pour yellowish liquid fat through it.
It's mostly nonreactive pots, a perforated ladle or skimmer, a thermometer, a colander and very fine cheesecloth called butter muslin
. If you're having trouble finding the tools needed or want more general information, a list of sources is at the back of the book.
White butter muslin
, cotton lawn and fine veiling can be made into unstructured blinds and unlined curtains.
Alternatively, a piece of butter muslin
held down with a rubber band can be used as a lid.
Darcy used three lengths of butter muslin
which were sewn into straight panels and hung from dowelling, fixed to the window frames.
Dump the curds and whey into a cheesecloth-lined bowl (use butter muslin
from New England Cheesemaking).
Roll the pasta as for a Swiss roll and then wrap the whole thing in a piece of butter muslin
. Tie the ends of the muslin with a string and place the roll in a long, narrow casserole.
, from pounds 1.50 a metre, mail order from Wimbledon Sewing Machine Company (020 8767 0036).