Way back in the Spring, I saw on Craft a post about a totally awesome Spock quilt. Event though there was a tutorial on how to design the quilt, I thought, gosh, I wouldn’t know where to start. I showed it to some co-workers who thought it was awesome and that it would be a great gift for our boss, who is a Trekkie extraordinaire. But ethics being what they are, it really wasn’t appropriate … Continue reading
Last night Caleb came out into the living room carrying one of his small chairs. M: Caleb, what are you doing? C: Mommy, I want to show you how much I love you! M: Ok… C: (climbing up on the chair and reaching as high as he can) I love you this much! M: Wow, that’s a lot! I love you too. How about we put the chair back now? … Continue reading
Baby gifts completed: 2 Quilted Pillow Covers completed: 6 Cosmetic bag completed: 1 Total items completed: 9 Total items currently in process: 3 Days left in the month: 15. Items left to complete: 21. Days left until Small Business Saturday when I plan to reopen my etsy store (Did I forget to mention that?): 11. So, I’m a bit behind, but I’m happy with my progress.
Cross posted from patternreview.com Pattern Description: (from the pattern envelope) MENS’, CHILDREN’S AND BOYS’ MUSKETEER AND PRINCE COSTUMES: Tunic-length, lined doublet has collar, long sleeves and cuff variations; doublets A, B have belts and cap sleeves; doublets B, C have contrast sleeve and cuff; doublet C has contrast collar; loose fitting, pullover, lined tabard has mock sleeves, applique and back opening slit; cape E has contrast lining; all garments have purchased trim; doublets A, B … Continue reading
My friend, Valerie, got married this weekend on the beautiful grounds of the Oatlands Plantation in Leesburg, VA. Helping her devise items for the wedding was quite a treat. This was one of our “concoctions” so to speak. We found this amazing vintage washstand at Chartreuse & Co, a monthly vintage tag sale up in Fredrick, MD. There’ll be a post on that soon too. Inside the upper bowl are little bottles of bubbles, and in … Continue reading