Friday Favorites 28

Friday, July 22, 2022

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

- Current stack of cookbooks from the library, can't wait to dive into these. From top to bottom: 1*, 2*, 3*, 4*.

- These teacher gifts that Lydia and her daughter made with my Lined Drawstring Bag Pattern are awesome. Such a great idea!

- Discovered the work of Julianna Swaney via Pinterest. So sweet.

- Made rice pudding for the first time ever this week, don't know why I waited so long! I used my friend Deedrie's recipe.

- Despite my vast collection, sometimes I window shop on etsy for more vintage sheets. Someone should buy this one* so I don't!

- In other fabric news, I'm tempted to pick up some of this print*. It's just so cute!!

- This video by Pam Selkirk made me smile, so adorable!

- Binged the first two seasons of this show while working on my quilt. Honestly not 100% sure how I feel about it, but will keep watching.

- I've recently fallen in love with this soda. My favorite flavors are vintage cola and strawberry vanilla!

- Dusty kitty testing out a recently finished baby quilt. I think it passed her test!

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. another sweet post. always enjoy and looking up what you recommend. thanks for sharing and your sweet little kitty is just "sweet". take care and enjoy your days.

  2. This is probably a repeat of the comment I left which came from "Anonymous" because Google won't let me sign in here (even though I'm signed in to blogger on my end. Crazy!

    The vintage sheet at the link you included.... I noticed that it's 72" x 102". The length makes me wonder if sheets used to be longer than they are now. I remember my mom always folded about 6 or 8 inches over the rest of the covers at the top of the bed. It's impossible to do that these days. Just to say, I enjoy your Friday Favorites posts.

    1. Apologies for the comment issue, the same thing is happening to me. Once I turned off my tracking/ad blocker on my browser, it let me log in again to comment. So weird!

      I'm not sure! I think it depends a lot on the brand. A quick look around and it looks like they are similar in size to some that are more expensive (like Pottery Barn), but bigger than almost every twin flat sheet from Target. It's interesting too because I think most mattresses today are thicker than they would have been then!


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