Stitched by crazybutcute
Oh my goodness, will you just take a look at that! Seriously, go over to the photo's page on Flickr and click to see the large image! Each mattress etc is stitched with a different kind of stitch. Isn't that an inspired way to use lots of stitches? And impeccably done, too!
Yup, it's that time of year again, to start dreaming up some Halloween crafts. And I love this garland by Rawbone Studio not just because it's beautiful, but also because of all the delicious felt textures in and around it. Wonderful!
Okay, this one was too golden to pass up, but Mr. Thimble suggested I replace some letters with kid and work-safe hearts (but be aware that if you click through you'll get the full-on strong language.) Anyway, I love how I keep seeing more and more of you using a small embroidery to commemorate important events like weddings, a pet passing, and now - a bike being stolen! And the headline just captures perfectly that one word you have in your brain when you see an empty bike rack where your bike used to be... Brilliant! :)
I love stumbling on tiny, gorgeously simple things like this. They only seem simple - because it takes a wonderfully creative mind like incywincystitches' to make them. Bravo!
Yup, you knew I had to share this with you. Stitched from a Sublime Stitching freebie Jenny posted last week. Claudia altered hers to say "Puggy" instead of "Pugly". Still extremely pug-worthy, I must say!