Ok, swappers, if were’ going to do this thing, we’re going to need some rules. The first thing you might want to do, if you don’t trust yourself to be able to spot a \/intage sheet (bear with me with the silly spelling – I just disco\/ered my \/ key is on the fritz…) is […]Read More: Choosing sheets and preparing to swap
Was it cruel of me to dangle that Sheet Swap carrot in front of your nose like that, and then disappear for almost a week? Oh! I had such good intentions, I promise you! I was going to write up one or two posts about selecting vintage sheets, and making beautiful things from them, schedule […]Read More: Tradition
Hello! The official signup sheet is ready. If you want to be a part of the sheet swap, please fill out this form. In a nutshell this is how the swap will work: You will find a cool vintage sheet or pillowcase (or more than one – as many as you like!) You will cut […]Read More: Sign up for the Vintage Sheet Swap
I was encouraged by those of you who showed interest in having another sheet swap, and I ended up at the thrift shop yesterday. A few stripes and a floral found their way back to my house. Later I was wandering around online, and oh! there are some really unbelievable mod florals on eBay! I […]Read More: We’re on!
I’m getting that itch again. The same one I had roughly four years ago. If you were here then, you might know what I’m talking about… I feel another sheet swap coming on. What do you think of trading pieces of your pretty vintage sheet finds? And maybe pillowcases, too? They’re perfect for turning into […]Read More: Sheetsanity
Oh, I do like this hat. I did not care much for crocheting with paper, but I think the end justifies the means. And the pattern was fairly easy, too. I could see myself making another in cotton (and probably in about half the time – cotton would be significantly easier to work with). My […]Read More: Me and my paper hat
…the tough start a new project! I had a lousy day Friday, from the moment I woke up, until roughly 6pm, which found me hanging out with my sweet family, and sipping a vodka collins at the Stirling Hotel. Things were much better after that. Leading up to that moment, though, there had been a […]Read More: When the going gets tough…
I can tell that summer is on its way just by looking at my coffee table reading. Knitting and Crocheting books are gradually making room for food books and memoirs, or those best-of-both-worlds kind of books: food memoirs. I suppose I’ve become a bit predictable in recent years, but what can I say? My interests […]Read More: Seasonal reading