Happy Easter Everyone!
I would have liked this post to have been a ‘Ta Dah’ post, featuring a beautiful finished piece of sewing or crochet. But alas, it wasn’t to be – I have many projects on the go but they are all rather large and are taking quite some time to complete. My problem is exactly that – I have ‘many’ projects, flitting between them means that none are really moving along at any speed.
So seeing as I can’t share any of my own crafty goodness with you I thought I would share some wonderful blogs that I have recently un-earthed…
IHeart Organizing – If like me you need a little guidance and direction with the organisation and planning of your home and work life then this is the place to go. Great for tips, advice and general motivation to get things in order.
Crafts from the Cwtch – Pop over and meet Sarah (Daughter of the lovely Linda from this years Great British Sewing Bee.) An avid knitter and lover of all things yarn her blog is packed with great tips, tutorials and patterns.
All About Ami – All about crochet and amigurumi. The beautiful Stephanie introduces us to the magical world of cute crochet pieces to make and adore.
Pretty by Hand – Gorgeous sewing tutorials and stunning snippets of inspiration.
Do What You Love – Feeling a bit lost? Need some life direction? Have a feeling you have the answer to your life path tucked away somewhere deep inside? Then this is the place to go.
Guthrie & Ghani – Sewing inspiration and stunning fabric and haberdashery to boot. What more can we crafters need?
Selina Lake – As you probably know I love her books. Her blog is equally as wonderful for home and garden design and inspiration.
LoobyLou Creations – Hayley is a knitter and creator of wonderful felt pieces. Grab a cuppa and nip over for some great crafty chatter and inspiration.
These are just a few of the blogs I love to browse whilst slurping tea and munching biscuits. You can find more of my blog-faves here – And should you have found any beautiful blogs that I haven’t yet un-earthed then please do let me know!
Now, I do believe that is the kettle I hear boiling…
Have a great bank holiday weekend one and all.