I finished my scrappy coasters. Here they are in the latest vintage find, a fantastic Pyrex dish. Totally in love with this one, it’s like I saw it from across the room and time stopped. And it was Thrifty Thursday and everything in the Goodwill was 50% off!
I’m going to fill one side with guacamole and the other with chips to dip!
I needed a quick new something to whip up the other night for a break from my usual projects. DIY is coming!
I turned to some of my scraps that are already cut into little squares and got inventive and made some coasters. It’s always annoying, especially in the warmer weather, when your nice cold drink sweats all over the table and leaves a big wet ring. With a 4 year old and 2 year old we’re not ready for furniture big leagues yet, most of our stuff is from IKEA but still, won’t hurt to keep it pretty.
While wandering the festival I happened upon this lady’s lovely booth full of all sorts of fun modern fabrics. Mad About Patchwork is in Ottawa, a city I love and miss.
On her blog, Pam did a 7 weeks of Christmas challenge and she found a bunch of neat tutorials and projects and then made them using Colorful Christmas by My Mind’s Eye for Riley Blake, with great results. She whipped up a selvage needlebook coasters, little trees, tiny totes, placemats, a tree skirt, and a table runner. Check them out over at her blog.
Here are the fat quarters I picked up at her booth, only a few since I was trying to curb myself and slow down before I wouldn’t be able to walk for all the fabric I was carrying. Plus I wanted some pretty prints that would be easy to match up with other stuff.