I've got such a great new book to tell you about today!
Never Been Stitched by Amanda Carestio from Lark Crafts.
First, I've got to say something...I'm that person who usually is complaining about not enough snow or cold, winter-like temperatures in our parts...this year, I'm not complaining! This year we've had plenty of cold, snow, and shoveling.
Really I'm not complaining either way, not about the cold and snow or about the lack there of.
That being said, I am, however, looking forward to Spring!
And now, back to the book...
Flipping through the pages of this book has me craving some Spring cleaning and organizing! From simple storage boxes, to "fresh" flowers, to pom pom rugs (you know I love pom poms!), and mini notebooks (wouldn't these be sweet tucked inside an Easter basket?) there are so many beautiful projects inside the pages of this book!
Not only are they beautiful but they also all require little or no sewing! So, whether you are an accomplished sewer or feel more comfortable with a few stitches and glue or fusible interfacing, there is a project for you.
Or, as the case may be, many projects for you!
Aside from the projects above, I'm also excited to update some of our windows with these roman shades... What a perfect way to add a pop of color and freshness into a room!
As if my "to do" list wasn't already long enough and then this book arrives in the mail! Adding several to my "to make" list now...
And, to make this book even better...I'm happy to say that two friends of my are featured in Never Been Stitched as well!
How exciting to see two of my friends (among so many other talented woman as well!) and their projects inside this book!
So, yes, I might be a bit biased. But, really, from home decor to toys to grown up stitches, this book has a little bit of everything for everyone.
And while, these days I might be feeling a bit short on time...and we are finding ourselves with a surprising amount of snow on the ground for the beginning of March...there's always enough time for just a little bit of making... And a pop of color!