Sunday, December 26, 2010
The Sunday Six
I'm enjoying the blogosphere... Join me for some sewing, knitting, and crafting inspiration that I've discovered myself looking at everyday with my coffee. I'm looking today for ideas on what to spend my Jo-Ann's Fabric and Barnes and Noble Gift Cards on.
1. I wanted to give a shout out to my beautiful and crafty cousin Dawn, who has started her very own craft blog- A Few Good Yarns. She is a knitter/crocheter, and has a great eye for classy and fun designs. I can't wait until she posts about her crocheted baby hats with interchangeable flowers. Stop over there sometime, and give her a holler. She's good people. (Except for the cooking of Lima Beans, which I can never agree with. If there is an maligned green food that deserves its reputation, this one is it.)
A Lemon Squeezy Home. This is one of her outstanding tutorials that I've been meaning to make for weeks now...
ISLY (I Still Love You), I found wonderful upcycled lovlieness, and even bought commercial rights from her to make her braided jersey necklaces for my Etsy store. (I know, I know- where are the necklaces, then?... I've been a bit obsessed with wool upcycling right now.)
She has recently made cashmere mittens. Such a lovely shade of orange!
4. Over at Wardrobe Refashion, you'll find a group of contributors who'd pledged not to buy any new clothes, only refashion what they had or what they had purchased at thrift stores. Some creative ideas over there, although the site is closed to further contributors now. I hope they change their minds!
5. For those of you who've been living under a rock, or are not knitters- Stephanie Pearl McPhee aka "The Yarn Harlot" is one of the best knitting/crafting bloggers; no wait- best blogger out there. Read what she has to say. She is freakin' hilarious. Go, laugh.
6. And, last but never least- I am Momma, Hear me Roar. She does everything from embellishing old shoes to give them new life, to designing clothing. I love her designs, most recently her upcycled T-shirt hat for toddlers has made it onto the to-do list. My seedlings would look so adorable in these.
So, go waste some time. Surf the interweb/net/blag/ whatever. Drop me a line to let me know what I'm missing. Drop me a line to let me know what you'd like to see next week. Just drop me a line. Even a :) will work. :p