I enjoy mysteries and the more forensic talk, the better. As much as I find it interesting and riveting, my weak tummy would prevent me from ever pursuing a career in forensics. So the next best thing is to read and enjoy the science and of course, the “whodunit!”
Teacups are fun and even more fun with they can be used for something other than sipping tea. Our mending kit include the teacup holder for small supplies, a pincushion lemon wedge and a teabag mending kit!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet teacups! Tea parties, Mother’s Day, spring, all are perfect celebrations to have over tea, or in this case, crochet teacups. From sculpted thread designs to a spirit doll – you’ve got to check these out!
Salads can be varied and delicious. I grew up with iceberg lettuce where you added the same old, same old. Tomatoes, radishes, celery, green onions, etc. And if you were having company you “even” made your own ranch dressing, otherwise, it’s the bottled variety. And that was before they had fancy dressings available on your store shelf.
If you can’t have the real thing – then our cute tea service fridgie set is the perfect choice. Instead of setting the table, decorate the fridge with 5 dainty pieces to include teacup and saucer, creamer and sugar bowl, and the teapot!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet mermaids! Mermaids have always been captivating and mysterious so it’s only natural artists want to depict these creatures in various forms, including crochet! From blanket cozies to wearable hats, these mermaids make a statement!
I felt like naming this doily “surprise by design” because what you see now is as far as I’ve gotten for part 1 of this CAL. Sometimes surprises are so much fun and who knows where this mandala doily will end (or where!)… but that’s half the fun isn’t it! Come join me while we crochet together for a pretty Mother’s Day gift for someone special! Week 3 instructions are now posted!
Stitch up a potpourri hat towel topper for mom. This pattern works up quickly and is made so the towel can be removed for easy laundering. The perfect gift for mom or someone special on your gift list!
These flute covers are perfect for the bridal shower, wedding, a special anniversary, Mother’s day, Sweetheart’s day – well you get the picture, they’re perfect for that special celebration and offer a keepsake to keep for years after!
Stitch up a cute little mouse fridgie with big pink ears and a long tail. Stitch either in gray or lt brown, use coral or pink for the ears. She’s sure to please!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet sweets! We’re talking desserts and do these look scrumptious enough to eat. From eclair to donuts and the best part of all, they’re calorie free!
Embellish your crinolines with any of these sweet accessories! They are also so cute on the fridge as magnets and they make wonderful gifts for mom too!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in women’s lacy shawl patterns! From pineapple sheer lace to a beautiful lacy spider web design, all of my five picks are tops in my book!
Saturday mornings are the best days for us to have a nice breakfast or brunch. You can relax, take your time and if it’s a beautiful day, eat outside soaking up the sunshine and fresh air.
This new little Duckling Easter basket would be ideal for toddlers in celebration of Easter. A sweet little duckling sits on the back half appearing as if he’s holding the basket right in his lap! Why not surprise a youngster or even a loved one residing in a rest home with this adorable basket filled with goodies. Week 3 instructions now posted (a day early)!
There are so many wonderful ways to display crochet but one of my favorites is “doubling” up! All rules are meant to be broken right? In my book, if you like the way it looks, then that’s all that counts!
Stitch up a frilly ruffled thread candle ring to accent your candles or table lamps to perfection! The ring works up quickly and easily. Frills, thrills and more!