I taught a workshop on how to make my Vintage Camper Hot Pad this week. Have you ever taken a class at your local quilt shop? Having been both a teacher and student, I highly recommend it! It’s fun to get together with other sew-minded people, learn new things, and you leave with something you made. Spending time surrounded by all that fabric doesn’t hurt either!
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Coming from a house of ultra-pale people, I’m happy to see the rash guard-style swimsuits are popular now. If you have a little one you’d like to make one for, check out this pattern from Sew Simple Home.
I’m fascinated by this quilt from Coop Crafts. It looks like really organized outer space.
This cute little purse from Darice started out as a chipwood basket. It looks perfect for summer!
We have some rhubarb in our yard. I didn’t plant it, and don’t know anything about it except that it was growing in the winter and came back in the spring. It’s there almost year-round. I’ve been looking for ideas for using it, and came across this candied version from Tikkido. Yum!
I’m bought some patterns from littledeer for something I’m making my granddaughter. I’ll show you that after it’s finished, but in the meantime you have to see her quiet book patterns. I had a hard time deciding which one to include here!
You can find these, and my previous Friday Favorites, on my Crafty Staci’s Friday Favorites Pinterest board!