I want to take this time unrelated to cooking/baking/sewing/crafting to remind you of an issue that is very near and dear to my heart.
It's called the "your" versus "you're" dilemma. I'd like to help everyone solve it right now.
"your" = possession, as in "Hey, I like your buttons."
"you're" = contracted form of "you are" as in "You're welcome for taking this moment to teach you about the differences between 'your' and 'you're'."
Now, if I see anyone make this mistake again, I'm coming after you with something rusty. You have been warned.