Posted on Apr 21 2014
Today is a very special day–it’s Lucas and Leslie’s birthday! In honor of the occasion, I rounded up some cakes for twins. Most of these are for babies or smaller children, but they’re still beautiful.
Posted on Apr 16 2014
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Posted on Apr 16 2014
Do you have time to stitch up a quick Easter gift? If so, check out this adorable pattern from Just Cross Stitch magazine.
If you crochet, you might want to make these adorable “pets” for someone you love!
How cute are they?!
If you prefer needlepoint, you might want to check out the patterns from Free Patterns.com.
Or how about a quick card? Take a look at this pattern from Stitching Cards.
Posted on Apr 07 2014
It’s time to inspire your Easter cakes!
Posted on Mar 19 2014
I thought you might be interested in this bead embroidery tutorial by Potomac Bead Company. You can make some beautiful and unique jewelry using this technique!
Posted on Mar 10 2014
Are you gearing up for St. Patrick’s Day? If you’d like to make some colorful cupcakes, watch the tutorial below!
Posted on Mar 05 2014
Isn’t this an exciting time of year? It’s almost spring! If you enjoy St. Patrick’s Day as much as my green-beer-drinking friends at the Brew Crew, you might want to make this adorable cross-stitch pattern from About.com. To see the pattern larger and get the full stitching instructions, check out the pattern here!
Posted on Feb 24 2014
Today one of my customers asked me to make a princess doll for her daughter’s birthday. In case you know a girl who would love a doll cake (I got one for my 12th birthday!), you can follow this simple video tutorial by Ann Reardon of How to Cook That.
Posted on Feb 19 2014
Hi, there! Today I’m thinking about tapestry weaving. We’re getting ready to have an antique textile museum exhibit in Tallulah Falls, and I have weaving on the brain. In the video below, Rebecca Mezoff demonstrates James Koehler’s weft interlock technique.