On Fridays (except for the weeks I forget…sorry about that), I recap some fantastic finds from around the web.
great Fabric: I’m not 100% sure what I would do with this collection by Quilting Treasures, but it sure brings back memories growing up. We had a huge collection of these Little Golden Books and these fabrics are adorable.
to whet your Appetite: Valentine’s Day is next week and I’m making this snack mix to add as a Valentine’s Day surprise to their lunchboxes.
be Natural and Neat (as in organized): My original white board idea from my 31days isn’t really working out, I wonder if this might work better?
a Tutorial to do: I pulled out another tee yesterday that is really in need of a facelift. This might be a good tutorial to make that transformation happen
on Aimee’s to do list (that’s me by the way): really, the list is too long. February is almost over though and I still haven’t started on my February Stitch Along via the feeling stitchy blog. I think I finally figured out my design…just have to get started now!
something to Sew: this week I really need to get these ottomans covered (at least one of them)
oh, to Travel: where we are spending our next Friday afternoon learning about salamanders
Inspirational: oh Pinterest…if there is anything I love it is all the wonderful quotes you can find. This one is on my to stitch asap list.
Cute: some days I wish I could just doodle and draw up stuff like this…so cute
Welcome back to Fantastic Fridays!
On Friday’s I round out the week sharing fantastic things I’ve come across on the web.
great Fabric: I’ve got 3 collections I would love to order: 1. rashida coleman, Jessica Swift, and Sparky & Marie, but what I really want is this pack from Aneela Hoey. It would make the most awesome quilt!
to whet your Appetite: a few things I have on the docket to try next week: pita bread from the bread machine, crumpets and these muffins.
be Natural: our favorite place lately…Tremont. If you live anywhere around the Smokies, this is a fabulous place to get involved. I’m forever amazed and impressed at the work they do and the work they do in educating youngsters about the great outdoors.
a Tutorial to do: I made a little rag doll for a friend this week and this is the tutorial I used for the yarn hair. It was super easy. More on the doll next week.
on Aimee’s to do list (that’s me by the way): Organizing my fabric and craft area…ugg! I would LOVE to make these baskets!
something to Sew: on the table right now is this embroidery for a client…always fun, but always daunting
oh, to Travel: we are celebrating our 15th this year and hoping to spend it here…
Inspirational: the book my mom keeps getting me to read
Cute: a fishy hairbow tutorial. If only my daughter would actually wear them, I would try to make them. Alas…