* watching - Manhunt
* reading - just finished Still Alice (very good - I recommend it)
* making - felted flower and baby quilt
* eating - pizza
* drinking - water
* wearing - jeans & a striped long-sleeve shirt
* weather - foggy and wet, 4C
* feeling - tired
* wanting - a second day to sleep in
* needing - to type up a long documentation
* planning - multi-tasking several sewing projects
* thinking - mulling over Still Alice
* loving - having used my sewing corner at last!
* enjoying - a day in bed with Oskar
And now on to the pins...
When you have a surname like England, you tend to have a real soft-spot for Union Jacks and anything English. I love the soft colours used in this version.
This is such a great idea - use up all of those leftover and tester blocks to make a big sampler-like quilt. Such a fun idea!
I always find zippers tricky, no matter how many times I put them in. This site has several tutorials at all stages of the zipper-sewing process and for various needs. A handy reference.
Move over, sock monkeys - it's time for sock owls! Super cute and easy to make; I could see these being really fun autumn or Hallowe'en decorations around the house.
I really liked the colour palette of these different washi tapes in the background design and the little mix of embellishments is really cute, too.
Here's fun geometric card that uses heat embossed stamping on a chalkboard background - really eye-catching and lovely.
With spring feeling just around the corner, perhaps it's time to start decorating. This could be a good project to use up those scraps.
One of my favourite spring flowers is when the magnificent magnolia trees blossom. I'm really digging these fresh, spring greens; that Pantone radiant orchid pink and the hints of grey blue and deep brown.
Okay, folks - it's a short week this time around; that's all for today!