Seriously, all the cool kids are getting vaccinated, washing their hands, following public health guidelines, and cross-stitching. #InStrankinWeTrust
I know it sounds ridiculous, but now that our daughter only wants to wear store-bought jeans and T-shirts, I’m having a bit of an identity crisis. When school is back in session, I won’t be the mom who sews cute dresses with matching hair bows.
Ah, that feeling when you’ve spent $300 — and countless hours of your time — sewing your child a one-of-a-kind Harry Potter quilt … and they quickly toss it aside for the next Christmas gift. Ouch. Let’s back up, though. I decided back in… Continue Reading “DIY Harry Potter quilt”
DIY memory quilts are very snuggly and warm. Because the clothing squares were all cut from well-loved nighties and sweaters, they’re also super soft.
My new pink keyboard was already making me smile at work, and now my new rainbow desk chair is proudly drawn up in front of it.