I recently decided to dedicate a few hours each month to working on a quilt to donate through our guild giving program. I even joined a small group of quilters that meet monthly to do just that, in order to keep myself on track. I’m on month three, and while I haven’t actually completed a whole quilt yet, I did get a top and a pieced back finished this week. I’m hoping by the end of the year I’ll actually finish it!
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This is one of those patterns that I’m a little amazed is offered for free, but Annie Brady designed it to promote her fabric line through Moda. This is on my to-make wish list.
This might be the cutest little Frankenstein’s monster ever. Check out Spin a Yarn Crochet for the instructions.
I don’t know what I did before sorting laundry bins. Thanks to Better Homes and Gardens for this DIY version.
I bought a spiralizer attachment for my Kitchenaid a few months ago, and it might be one of the best kitchen investments I’ve ever made. I was thrilled to discover it can peel, core, and slice an apple all at the same time after our huge crop of apples and Asian pears came off the trees this month. Looks like spiralized oven fries, like these from Inspiralized, is up next.
Oh my goodness. This wearable dragon pattern from GameGuardian would be amazing for Halloween! How about three of them and a blonde wig? ;-)
You can find these, and my previous Friday Favorites, on my Crafty Staci’s Friday Favorites Pinterest board!