Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Linkup Party Likes #21


What a very wet weekend we just had her in Jimboomba.  I thought the poor dogs where going to float away in their dog house if it didn’t let up.  A few road closures around the area but nothing major.

I have been working on a few Bunny Beanies for Easter.  I thought I might do something different this time and add a bit of fabric to the ears.  What do you think?

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I tried one on Ethan to see how the ears would sit.  Yep he wasn’t very happy with mummy, not even a biscuit would make him happy lol!


I also finished a new hand sanitiser and dummy pouch set that I will be selling on Made It:



I finally got through all the blog posts that I have been following. I had 1000+ and must admit I had to mark a few as read as it was going to take forever. 

But I still managed to checkout all the lovely things you have been making:

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  1. Love the fabric Kassie from Mommy to a little lady{bug} has used to make these cute toddler boots
  2. I wish I was using my sewing machine more when the girl’s were little.  I just love the little crochet flower added to these adorable shoes by Somewhere in the Middle
  3. I so have to make one of these little guys.  Loving this little birdy by PaperTurtle. The pattern is free from Lion Brand
  4. Little Stitches for Little Ones by Amy Butler is a must have on my book list.  It has inspired Zween, a blog about making and sharing to use these gorgeous vintage fabric to make a changing pad.
  5. Found this great tutorial over at The Mother Huddle. This would be a great project for a young girl to make. 
  6. Who Doesn’t love Dr Seuss.  I remember my Dad taking me to the library when I was little and borrowing out Dr Seuss books.  I have bought the whole collection for my girls.  Will have make these great hats by Kitchen Fun with my 3 sons.
  7. What a great way to brighten up a plain dress. Tutorial is found over at Show, Tell, Share…
  8. OMG how cute are these.  I had a similar pattern I came up with for a pair of sandals my niece use to where that looked like these.  Just loving Crochet Dreamz work.
  9. I bought some lovely pre cut squares from Little Starfish Fabrics that I hoping to make into my very first quilt. Love the gorgeous fabric JAQS studio has used in this one.
  10. And last but not least, I have seen a few things that Scrabble squares have been made out of but never coasters.  What a great idea.  You can find the tutorial over at Pops and Podge.

Well I have a few things that I should be doing and the Little Man is wanting mummy’s undivided attention so must dash.

Have a great week and I look forward to seeing what you have all been up to next week.

Have a lovely day!


  1. Hi Jennifer,
    Thanks so much for the shout out! We love being featured over at www.popsandpodge.com. I am your newest FB follower! Cute blog!

  2. Hi Jennifer ~ I LOVE those bunny ears and the fabric you put inside them!

    Thanks so much for linking to me in your lovely bunch of crafts. There are so many cute projects featured here, and I'm honored to be among them. I'm off to check out some of the others. I have a large collection of Scrabble tiles so those coasters are right up my alley!

    Have a great week! And thanks again!!! ♥

  3. Ack! Those bunny ears are too cute! Thanks so much for including my little purse, made my day :)