* listening - to upstairs neighbours making strange noises above my head...
* reading - catching up on magazine subscriptions
* making - UFO class photo LO
* eating - roast chicken sandwich *Homer drool*
* drinking - water
* wearing - jeans, knit shirt, hoddie
* weather - snowy, -4C
* feeling - warm & cosy
* wanting - 7-day weekends
* needing - to co-ordinate key drop-off with chimney sweeps this week
* planning - next few scrapping & sewing projects
* thinking - as little as possible
* loving - having a 2-day weekend to myself, tucked up in bed
* enjoying - Oskar snuggled next to me
And now on to the pins...
How awesome is this family tree quilt? Of course, it doesn't hurt that it uses both orange and turquoise colour palettes or that it incorporates an owl in the design.
Okay, technically not a pin but I recent discovered Camille's sewing blog and have really been enjoying her work so I'm passing along her link.
OMG, a real reason to use hexies! Okay, forgive me if you're a hexie lover - I am not but I can totally get behind pretty much anything that's made into a cupcake (real or otherwise).
It's that time of year again when folks are making their New Years resolutions so why not document them? I quite liked Celine's take on the concept.
Or perhaps you're more of a summariser and if so, then perhaps this monthly review approach is more your style. I really liked the circular design and the mix of stamps and bits and bobs.
Does anyone actually send out New Years cards? I can't for the life of me remember getting any growing up (but then my memory isn't great at the best of times) so perhaps this is a newer trend I'm not familiar with but either way, I like the split diagonal design of this cad and the layered tag and mini bunting.
Okay, you need to understand that I am utterly rubbish at knitting. Utterly. However, I have this wild hope to learn to crochet this year and I really love the look of crocheted edges on the right quilts.
See now, if I ever do learn to crochet, I can make a whole *stare* of these adorable owls. (Yes, that's right, I worked in the collective noun for a group of owls - I am just that much of a geek.)
And here's a cheery colour palette to share with you today - just love that combination of yellow/orange and turquoise!