Friday Favorites 58

Friday, April 28, 2023

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

- I revisted an old favorite recipe this week and made a batch of these biscuits to go a pot of tomato soup. I forgot how good they are! I make them as drop biscuits because I can't be bothered to roll out the dough.

- Look at the beautiful quilt Nicole Vos van Avezathe is making with my Candyweb Quilt Block Pattern! Those colors are so good.

- Stumbled upon the work of Hannah & Nemo, who repurpose colorful aluminum cans into beautiful art that moves.

- We made a trip to one of our favorite nurseries this week for the first time this season! I picked up this adorable yard sign* while we were there.

- The Lisse Jacket Pattern by Kindred Red is like knitted patchwork! I love how colorful and cheerful it is.

- Love this pinafore dress made by Justice McNeil. I'd love to make something like this one day!

- Thrift find of the week is definitely this solid wood picture frame I found for $1.50. Can't wait to put something in it!

- The color scheme of this quilt by Caroline Hadley is really speaking to me.

- Cute animal video to share this week, baby toucans!

- Dusty just can't get enough of the sun patches these days!

Have a Great Weekend!

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  1. Jeni, looking for the biscuit recipe led me to one of my favorite sites, Smitten Kitchen! I use a couple of her recipes that I love….pumpkin bread and cranberry bread especially. But even though I am a Texan, I’m going to try this chili recipe and the biscuits too. I love reading her stories that go with her recipes, and I’ve enjoyed this blog entry very much. Where do you live now? I kept your Ohio winter photo to use as wallpaper this winter! Carol in Texas

  2. Just saw this post. Thank you so much for the shout out!

  3. Thank you for mentioning my candy web quilt in progress! I love how easy to use the templates are in your pattern and such a great quilt for using up scraps and stash. :)


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