Happy Friday! I’ve got some pretty images to share, and a handful of links for your weekend enjoyment. Have fun 🙂
The mosaic below represents other people’s pictures that spoke to me this week on Flickr and Instagram. Click on the titles below the mosaic to get a better look at the images and see more from the photographers who made them.
- Getting organised to make sure each colour does… by circlesinstars via Instagram
- A little progress with my Moroccan trellis desi… by noblecharactercrafts via Instagram
- Starting to spend some time on the beach side o… by davepidgeonphoto via Instagram
- #stars in #newjersey \#ig_unitedstates #ig_newj… by amellice via Instagram
- It was the most perfect rainy day for shopping … by zuzu365 via Instagram
- Do you believe in signs? by erenhays via Instagram
- This classic bunting DIY is still my favorite. … by ohhappyday via Instagram
- we’ve stopped at the first England-side M4 serv… by saspetherick via Instagram
- Picked fresh from the garden an hour ago. 🍓 #f… by chris_sneddon via Instagram
- oh my heart. i could just cry. my very first @d… by kellyish via Instagram
- Blueberries-to-be. by whollyrooted via Instagram
- Leaving New Mexico was bittersweet. Both nieces… by claraparkes via Instagram
- Learn how to make delicious fake ice cream on m… by mattcrump via Instagram
- They were everywhere I walked today. Lilacs lov… by beckysueclicks via Instagram
- Blue-green love 💙💚💙💚 #swissquilt by mintlane via Instagram
- #oceancitynj by clarkesworld via Instagram
Here are a few interesting things from around the web that grabbed me this week:
- how to ice dye – a DIY from jojotastic. This is awesome. I haven’t set up the dye baths in a long time, but this makes me want to. It’s pretty neat, because there is no stirring or babysitting. In fact, you set it all up and leave it overnight. All you need is patience.
- Argyle Cane – a polymer clay tutorial from Kael Mijoy. I happen to like millefiori that mimics fabric and textiles in some way. I can see all kinds of interesting possibilities with this technique.
- Ticking Stripe Wrap – a knitting project from Purl Soho. Why, oh, why are all of the gorgeous projects I see from Purl done with skinny yarn and tiny needles? I love the look of this scarf, but I suspect it would take me a year and a half to knit one myself.
- Remembering How to Leap – thoughts and photographs from Deborah Candeub, via Viewfinders. I love everything about this, which she refers to as “a reminder that the water is always getting just a little bit warmer, and from time-to-time I need to force myself to leap into the possibilities of the cold air, if only to assure myself that I still can and because I feel more alive – and more myself – when I do.”
Have a fabulous weekend!