this week’s awesome finds

 It’s been a while since my last awe­some finds post! Per­haps some ideas for the craft-along par­ty? (details about that com­ing soon, stay tuned! :D) 


Beau­ti­ful cray­on rub­bing with leafs as water­colour resist. From Make and Takes.


Fab­u­lous door­knob cov­ers, pat­tern on Roman Sock.


Easy microwave wreath forms — it’s high time for mak­ing some fall/winter wonderland/Christmas wreaths! From Michele Made Me.


Or what about a paper bag sun for a wreath? Also from Michele Made Me. (As you can see, I’ve got wreaths on my mind. I’m look­ing to replace the spring flower wreath on my door to a more sea­son­al one. The paper sun might be it!)


This is so hip­ster-look­ing, I would so make one if I know how to knit in the round. Ban­dana cowl from the Purl Bee.


Mend­ing moth holes with moths. Such love­ly idea. From nini makes.


I love this yarn (nev­er used it, have just been mar­veling at pho­tos of it), and the sim­ple shape of this dress. From Lion Brand Yarn (reg­is­tra­tion required to access pat­tern, but it’s free :D).


What love­ly blouse! And a sewing pat­tern to down­load on Make.


Tea par­ty print­able, with a place to add a tea bag! Makes an entic­ing invi­ta­tion, I think! From Mr. Print­a­bles.


A very pret­ty trans­for­ma­tion of a reg­u­lar boxy plaid shirt! From C & C.


Bril­liant cake flow­ers made with fruit leather! From Wed­ding Chicks.


Have a love­ly rest of the weekend!



6 thoughts on “this week’s awesome finds

  1. I LOVEE the door­knob cozies. They’re per­fect for when I get up in the mid­dle of the night for nutel­la and the door knob is freez­ing :D Thanks for shar­ing and keep us post­ed on the craft- along!!!

  2. Knit­ting in the round is much eas­i­er than it seems! You just keep going and going and going and going and.….. I’m sure there’s a youtube video out there to help. Good luck!

  3. thank you for the encour­age­ment! :D i’ve tried it sev­er­al times, but not doing it right and leav­ing these unsight­ly gaps at the join­ing of the rounds… more prac­tice is needed!

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