Tissue Holder in Japanese Fabric – Linen and Cotton

Japanese fabric is the best.  I love working with cotton and linen.  A hot iron pressed against this stuff brings out such an organic smell.  It’s wonderful.  Can you relate?
The print fabric was purchased online at Etsy directly from Japan.  [I can’t remember the exact buyer’s name, but if you really want to know, send me an e-mail and I’ll dig through my records to find the information for you.]  The lining (100% linen) was something I picked up at a Yoder’s Department Store in Shipshewana, IN.  They have the best staff.  And a TON of fabric to choose from.  
The tissue holder is on its way to my Etsy shop.

Special Order for Julie

A friend of mine recently added a grandson to the family.  She wanted a ‘boy’ bib and asked if I had anything I could whip up.  That’s all I needed.  I was sure I had a fabric to fit the bill.

Here is a ‘boy’ bib with spaceships on a blue background.  I also made a burp cloth to go with it.  I hope she likes them.

We ♥ Fleece Throws

Yes, we love our fleece throws.  All of them:  camping theme, Christmas theme, plain ones, fancy ones.  We use them almost every day.

Sit on the sofa, oops – forgot my throw, get back up, grab one and sit back down. They are so snuggly and make TV-watching so much nicer, don’t you think?

Riley likes them too.  He tends to use them as chew-toys.  Yeah…not good.

By the way, today is ‘clean-the-basement’ day.  Lots of de-cluttering going on.  And a ton of dead bugs and cobwebs are going bye-bye too.  It feels good to be doing something productive.  And something that’s almost craft-related.  That’ll be next.  And I can’t tell you how excited I am to be going in that direction.

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