Friday Favorites 12

Friday, March 25, 2022

Happy Friday! It's time for another Friday Favorites post.

- It was so nice and bright for a few days, and I was really appreciating this view in our bedroom! This vintage display rack has traveled with us quite a bit. I bought it for our wedding in Ohio, it moved with us to Wisconsin, and now it lives here in our home in Connecticut. A well loved piece.

- This indigo quilt by Allie McCathren is making me really excited to do some more indigo dyeing this summer!

- It was my birthday this past Saturday and my parents came out to visit! One of the things they brought with them was homemade maple syrup! I gave my Dad a maple tapping kit* for Christmas this year. He tapped a few trees and they made a bunch of syrup. It's so tasty!

- I'm really excited to do this puzzle* with Michael this coming weekend. He picked it out for my birthday :)

- I love the look of these cozy these built-in bookcases by Hannah Carpenter. I feel inspired to re-style our bookshelves.

- I've been working away on my scrap quilt! Realy enjoying it so far. I'm working on a block pattern for this design, hopefully it will be ready next week!

- We have become obsessed with these snacks*. They aren't wasabi flavor, they're just plain, which I like!

- We finally watched the new spiderman movie this week, Spiderman: No Way Home. It was really cool. We rewatched all the different spiderman franchises to preparation with the help of the library, which really helped!

- How clever is this trick for measuring honey? I am definitely going to try this next time I bake something with honey!

- A new instagram follow for me this week is textile artist Jessie Cutts @cuttsandsons. Beautiful work.

- Dusty all curled up on my lap!

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. Wonderful post. I ordered the puzzlefor my daughter in law.

  2. I love the look of your spiderweb blocks. Are you paper piecing them? Months ago I cut some strips for a spiderweb quilt I want to make. Hasn't made it up the list yet but your is inspiring me to get back to it.


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