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Just in case you missed, The Great Pantry Makeover it is one to bookmark! You’ll appreciate Emily’s “unorganized-before and happily-ever-after” @ Decor Chick, doubling her storage space. Her father created the carousels for her and shows us how in her follow up. He’s willing to make them for you too! If you live close enough he’ll install…wana come see Yellowstone Park?
Anybody interested in a terrific “how to” on Hemming Your Jeans? Well good, because Rachel @ Holy Craft is a busy mom and homemaker who is gifted at stretching a dollar. With tailoring fees out of sight, her step by step lesson is an awesome way for us to save too!#4
Talk about creative, think of all the ways we can use this idea. Printing on Fabric
right from a home printer is something I’ve never thought of, but it makes sense! At My Repurposed Life, Gail gives a great tutorial and I’m excited to give some fabric a whirl through my old printer.
Each week I see so many quilts to share. To me, they are works of art, and I’m crazy for the non-traditional ones that are fun and funky. Snuggling up with this Juice Box Quilt would be happiness! I love the bright colors and delightful pattern, talented quilter, Allison used @ Cluck. Cluck. SEW.
That closet and those lazy susan’s are TDF!!! That would be so nice to have:@)
Love the closet carousel idea!!
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I love that pantry carousal and just have to see how it’s done.
I also have a “scrimpie” daughter whose jeans are always too long. I would love to be able to tailor them myself. I usually send them out so that they get the real “jeans hem” look.
You always find the best stuff out there in blogland.
Thanks for the feature and for finding me! You have an adorable blog that I am now following.
Those are all awesome posts. Love the pantry and who wouldn’t want to be at a party with those cupcakes and decor? Gail always has the best projects and that quilt is adorable! Jeans- do you know how many pair I have passed on because my little legs are too short? I’m too tall for petites and too short for regular sizes, grrrr….
Those monkey cupcakes are fab! Joni
what a lovely blog…saw your post at sew picture perfect about the pin cushions…love to see your moms collection…I get soooo inspired about pin cushions…actually made one this morning… a heart shaped footstool. on my blog… I am adding you to my blog list I will many visits, sew I hope you like drop in company…blessings madame samm
Those are all fab things for a Friday or any day!
I love your fabulous “Five on Fridays” feature. It was fun to the ideas you posted. The fabric printing and jean hems are my favorite. You must be busy just keeping up with all this! Your zucchini bread looks so pretty. It has such a nice shape, and the zucchini milk is a great idea too. Keep it up!
Very fun, I hopped on over to visit some of these and bookmarked them. Great week.
I LOOOOOOVE the sock monkeys! So cute. That quilt is gorgeous as well, amazing colors!
So many great ideas! I love the printing on fabric idea…must try that some day. You have so many wonderful things on your blog, it’s a fun visit.
Have a blessed Sunday!
Cute quilt! She is so talented over at Cluck Cluck Sew! And I love your printing on fabric! I’m going to have to learn more about that. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
I love all the projects! Thanks for combining them into one post so we can all enjoy!