Piece N Quilt: Verna's Pillowcases Tutorial
Love it and the matching quilt! Thanks for sharing!
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Easy Peasy!!! Lemon Squeezy!!! Shells and Cheesy!!! This t-shirt scarf can be made in about 30 minutes. There is no sewing involved just cutting, so all you need is a t-shirt of your choice (old or new) and a pair of scissors and a rotary cutter is helpful if you have one, but make sure to cut on a cutting mat if you use it!. You can watch the video on how to make a t-shirt scarf on Youtube.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Monday, November 14, 2011
This banner was lots of fun to create. It is cheery and romantic. The Love Banner would embellish any adults or child's room as a reminder of what matters in our lives. My husband celebrated another birthday today, and our love has grown with each passing year. Some years are easier and some years are more difficult, but with the seasons of our love it has always been worth it.
German Chocolate Cake
Monday, October 24, 2011
MORE SNAP HAPPY BAGS
I wanted to show my new Snap Happy Bags. These are great for carrying cosmetics, debit cards, money, candy….
They are a fun quick project you can do in 1 or 2 hours.
CAMPING FOR THE LOUIE BLUIE FESTIVAL…
We had a fantastic time with friends in Carryville, TN camping @ Cove Lake. It was really cold that weekend, but we had a campfire that kept us cozy. Friends, hot chocolate, good conversation, a warm fire, and lots of laughter…now that was a great weekend. Not to mention, the swing/jazz music, various craft vendors, and great camp & vendor food topped the mini vacay off. There were lots of talented people gathered together in one of the most beautiful places in Tennessee. We listened to the Tennessee Sheiks sing and play swing/jazz. They were great! There was also gospel, blue grass, and the blues genre of music. I have posted pictures of our campsite. It looks isolated because a lot of people left after one night because it was so cold. I recommend you go to the festival next year and visit their Louie Bluie website to get a sense of it. The video on the website was not this year’s festival…They were wearing shorts in that video, and we were wearing hats and gloves this year.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
My husband and I along with my in laws and cousins went to visit the Shaker Village in Pleasant Hill, KY. We walked the land, visited the houses, learned the history of the Shakers, petted cats, goats, & horses, and went on a riverboat cruise. We had a traditional Shaker’s meal consisting of chicken croquettes in mushroom wine sauce, fresh green beans from the garden, mashed potatoes, fresh cole slaw, tiny corn cakes with butter, and squash soup made with veggies from the garden. It was a peaceful day of laughter and learning, along with some reminiscing. I was able to observe some of the Shakers' quilts. I hope you enjoy the pictures. I recommend a visit to Shaker’s Village.
Hamlet the barn cat
I have added 3 items to my Etsy Shop. I hope you visit my shop. Remember, Christmas is around the corner. If you are looking for something special, this is the place to shop. My hope is that you and your loved ones will enjoy my products as much as I have enjoyed making them.
I have posted some new items on the More Projects page. Check them out. You can access my Etsy Shop from that page too.