Friday Favorites 36

Friday, September 16, 2022

Happy Friday! It's time for another Friday Favorites post! Catch up on previous posts here: Friday Favorites Archives

- We went pear picking over the weekend! I don't think I had ever even seen a pear tree before then, they were so pretty. I want to try making this recipe with pears. We make dutch baby's so much I have our regular recipe memorized, but I like the idea of baking fruit right into it!

- The artwork in this picture book* looks adorable!

- How beautiful is this quilt by my friend Erika? She used this free pattern from Tilda to make it.

- The Expanse Quilt Pattern is now available in print! You can find it in my online shop here.

- It's that time of year, time to order calendars! I ordered this one* for Michael's side of our office.

- These Halloween blocks by Sarah make me want to use black as a background in a quilt!

- We made these cauliflower toastadas for dinner this week and they were a hit! We topped them with our favorite cashew queso.

- I have to give a shoutout to our blender*. We never had a powerful blender until we picked this one up this past May. We have used it SO much, and it's been awesome. I love the auto-clean mode to safely clean the blades. I use it to make smoothies, muffins, and the queso!

- I love this patchwork shower curtain by Sarah Gagnon, such pretty colors.

- Dusty kitten has been so snuggly lately. It makes me happy!

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 comment :

  1. My very first Dutch baby was a cherry one by smitten kitchen. I love the idea of using pears though. Going to have to try that.


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