I've decided to add another element to my blog. A chance to share your favourite blogs every Tuesday. So whether you have an old favourite or you have just found a wonderful place to visit, please share the happiness around by writing a little post about a blog you love to visit and linking in to Mr Linky. I recently discovered Yvestown.
Yvonne Eijkenduijn blogs about craft and crochet, cooking and baking, her house and garden and I love every post. She is a woman with style and exquisite taste and a quirky sense of fun too.
Her photos are amazing.
And her recipes, wow wow wow, everything looks delicious.
I am a huge fan and I'm sure you will be too if you pay her a visit HERE. Now it's your turn to share a favourite blog
Of course it had to be a link to a wonderful Yvestown project today. And while you are reading this I'll be at my crochet class with lovely Bev so I thought a crochet project was most appropriate.
Just go HERE if you would like to make these gorgeous granny squares. Enormous thanks to Yvonne.
Would it stand the test of time? Yes it did - it was just as magical and beautiful as I remembered. The cinematography in the movie almost took my breath away.
I've decided to add another element to my blog. A chance to share your favourite blogs every Tuesday. So whether you have an old favourite or you have just found a wonderful place to visit, please share the happiness around by writing a little post about a blog you love to visit and linking in to Mr Linky. The first Tuesday's Treasured Blogs will be next Tuesday the 14th of April.
It just has to be a Tilda project today and aren't we lucky because The Spring Lake quilt is a free pattern very kindly shared HERE at Tilda's World.
I'm a member of the Inchy Hexie Flower Swap and I love being part of this very friendly group of hexie lovers. I asked for red and pink flowers, with white pink or red centres, for my garden. Four have arrived lately and they are all lovely. Thanks to Michell and Michelle.
These hexies are sitting on a wonderful quilt which was a Christmas gift from fabulous Peg. I haven't posted a picture of our darling little Henry for awhile. So here he is at his home
and yes he now plays Mario Kart with his older brother Wil. The life of a gamer has begun.
In fact he loves it so much it is hard to get a picture of him because he jumps up and down with glee whilst playing.
Just spreading the news that Sewn and Quilted will be closed this Friday for family reasons. They do have a delightful new website so you'll need to confine yourself to buying online. The Friday Afternoon Friendship Sewing group will also be cancelled this week too.
This one is wonderful and tricky too. So if you are looking for a challenge, op over to the Moda Bakeshop where the Jellied Lone Star is described as ambitious. Follow this LINK for the pattern. The designer, Terri Ann, was inspired by the Lone Star block tutorial at Hopeful Homemaker. you can visit Terri Ann at Childlike Fascination. Many many thanks to Terri Ann for sharing this wonderful pattern with us.
Hope your day is full of fun. I'm off to spend the morning at Stitching With Rosie at Gail B's so I know I'll have a wonderful morning.