Sunday, November 7, 2010

Weekend Loves


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: : First, read thisSmacksy posted it to her Sunday links this morning, and it's so worth reading.

: :  If you're into holiday crafting or even if you just like to look at pretty things click here and explore.  Seriously.  You will not regret it.  Promise.

: :  I want, want, want this pattern.  And speaking of wants, did you know they make chalk cloth?  I have a million uses for this stuff running through my head.

: :  Yes, please.

: :  These snowflakes are on my December list.  I guarantee that I will be more excited about these than Levi.

: : Since we haven't yet made it to December, you might be interested in a few Thanksgivingish things.  Like this super cute take on the classic handprint turkey.  Or this shirt.  I'm making Levi one...except in boy colors.  He's already expressing wardrobe opinions, so this may be my last chance ever to get him into a mama made turkey shirt.  Why that seems important, I have no idea.  But, it does.

: : Looking for a ridiculously over the top holiday dessert?  Here you go.  Kinda makes you go "ewww", huh?

: : I've realized that I never knit anything for myself anymore...unless dishcloths count.  Unbelievably, I almost never even bookmark patterns for myself.  I'm making steps to correct this...especially since happening across this pretty hat and this beautiful cardigan.  Now if I could just find a little more time...and some better knitting skills.

: :  Of course, what I'm more likely to do in my spare time is make munchkin things...like this and these.

What's on your holiday crafting/buying/wish list?

5 comments:

  1. These are all fabulous.
    And that "cherpumple" is inspired!

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  2. I wish I could come snuggle you little snuggle bunny!!!

    Nell

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  3. CHALK CLOTH!?!

    That is a whole lot of awesome!!

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  4. That handprint turkey is sooooo darn cute!

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