Friday Favorites 09

Friday, March 4, 2022

Happy Friday! It's time for another Friday Favorites post. Hope your week went well!

- I have wanted one of these little storage drawer units from ikea for SO long. Finally picked one up this week to hold the wooden beads I stock in my shop!

- These patchwork pouches by Arounna Khounnoraj are inspiring me to dig into my scraps.

- I love the color contrast in this quilt in progress by Emma Jean Jansen.

- Last year I bought a popover pan* and we finally used it this week for the first time. It gave us such tall popovers! We were inspired by a recent America's Test Kitchen episode to make them.

- We made this wonton soup by Smitten Kitchen this week but made a shitake mushroom/tofu filling instead of using chicken. They turned out great! (It's very good as written too.)

- Restocked my favorite plastic-free dishwasher tablets* from Blueland this week.

- I started pulling dahlia tubers out of cold storage this week! I'm so excited to get the gardening season started. My go-to resource for all things dahlias is Floret Flowers. They're book Discovering Dahlias* is great.

- Love the new cat stickers (and suncatcher) from Ann Lettering!

- This week's puzzle was this cereal box one* from my Mom's collection. Made me want to dig into a bowl of golden grahams!

Dusty is living her best life. :)

Have a Great Weekend!

*Note: Any links marked with an asterisk in this post are affiliate links. This means if you click through and buy something, I make a small commission, at no extra cost to you.


  1. Love those jigsaw puzzles--so calming and relaxing to work on them..i see your kitty is enjoying the good life...;))) hugs, Julierose

  2. Thanks for the "heads up" on all the wonderful places to visit.

  3. our spoiled cats also love their heated beds!

  4. Your popovers brought happy childhood memories of growing up on a northern Iowa farm. My mother raised chickens to sell the eggs. To use the unsalable eggs (double yolk, nubby shells, etc), Mom made popovers in her 1930s muffin tins. Childhood friends still talk about her eating her popovers with homemade butter and homemade jelly or jam. We are closer to 80 than 70.


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