Friday, February 8, 2019

The Friday 15

While last week I didn't get rid of any blue clothes, I've decided to go ahead and send some away this week.

I've also come across way too many cans of lavender air freshener. Don't need them. Heck, I don't even like the smell of them.

And those fabric blocks I tried to make a quilt with but then decided I didn't like so much? Yep, they are going.

Who keeps a cable for a cell phone they no longer have? Not me anymore.

What about tanning lotion from the tanning bed place? That place folks in this house went to for a only three months in their entire lives.

An old wallet, a hand towel, and a magnet from Hawaii round things out to make 15 heading either to the donation bag or the trash.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

No Sew Fabric Snowflake DIY Craft Project - Tutorial Tuesday

Welcome to the first new Tutorial Tuesday of 2019! I used January as a flashback month but now we're onto new things.

Homemade Fabric Snowflake Home Decor - No Sew Craft Project

Up first, a no sew fabric snowflake. That's right, no sewing required!

For this project you will need:
*Heat 'n Bond UltraHold Iron-On Adhesive 
*Ribbon for hanging
*Rotary cutter

The pattern is now available in my Etsy shop as a digital download with the written directions, step-by-step photos, and printable template. Click to get your copy today!

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Looking for more Christmas ideas? Check out some of my other projects!

You can view the step-by-step how to tutorial for the homemade no sew fabric snowflake decoration craft project here:

Sunday, February 3, 2019

Sewing for Good Sunday

Here we go with another Sewing for Good Sunday. Although since today is Superbowl Sunday it should technically be .... tax day for me.

Usually I spend Superbowl Sunday holed up with tax forms and paperwork. It is one of the few days of the year when hubby is occupied enough where he doesn't step away from the TV to bug me about anything. (As opposed to every other day of the year when he still watches TV all day but also bugs me ever so often.)

But knowing today would be Sewing for Good Sunday I did the taxes earlier this week. Late at night when he was half asleep watching some who-knows-what program on TV.

So that left me with today for making for quilt tops for the Quilts for Kids Organization. Two more done:

and another set of blocks completed. 
At some point I need to stop piecing tops together and start the quilting process. But that day isn't today and I suspect won't be next week, either. Soon, though. 

(You know, after I take the pictures and put them on here I then sometimes realize I really don't like the way they look. They looked great while I was working on them, but stepping away at the end changes my thoughts on my work. Ugh.)

Saturday, February 2, 2019

10 Things Every First-Time Cruiser Should Know

On most Saturdays you'll find me posting cruise-related articles, tips, and photos. Today I'd like to share an article written by Ken Budd at AARP. You might recognize one of the people being quoted in the article. (That would be me. I'd share the link on Facebook but I don't do Facebook.)

Check it out:

10 Things Every First-Time Cruiser Should Know

I also have a couple other first-time cruiser events going on next month. If you're in the Boise area, consider checking one of them out. I'd love to have you!

Cruising Across the Pond

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