I’ve begun to work with some people interested in adding some personality to our community. Examples of knit-tagging have been all over the internet for years, but I thought I’d share some cool examples of this concept today. Last, but not least, check out the Knitting Graffiti Flickr pool.
I spent today clearing out our non-perennial flower garden and vegetable garden and moving our annuals inside for the winter, and I have no idea what I’m doing.
As I scour the web in search of wedding inspiration, I repeatedly return to Etsy hoping to find a newly-listed vintage piece, handmade jewelry, or cute thingamabob. Here are my recent favorites.
Inspired by the Venice, CA city sign and vintage carnival signs.
A great, affordable, quick project for the new baby in your life.
After finishing my 15th coffee filter pom-pom, I decided I needed to change things up for a minute. I happened to have wedding hairpiece ideas on the brain, so I thought I’d experiment with using some of the dyed coffee filters to try my hand at making a hairpiece. What do you think?
Phase two of how to make a coffee filter garland.
Do you know how to hands sew? That means you can make an adorable pom-pon garland out of coffee filters.
Pattern via Martha Stewart Weddings.