I’m quite fond of these ones too.
Throughout the summer, i heard many requests for different birthday cakes. A construction cake. A hockey cake (probably to appease his older brother). One shaped like Darth Vader. At one point i heard volcano and ran with it. It was the foolproof choice. You simply bake a cake and if it doesn’t look volcanic in shape, just cut it up and shape it again and pour frosting over the cracks and bumps. Top it off with some hot lava raspberry jam and fiery sparklers (unfortunately not captured in camera) and you’re all set.
In our new main-floor bathroom, there’s a spot to hang the kid’s artwork. Here is a collection of Gabe’s:
(Under-counter ikea hack found here.)
The beekeeper’s quilt (aka little bum rug) is taking shape. I started sewing the hexipuffs together last weekend.
The time-consuming work of filling empty spaces.
Moving to the arms on Gabe’s new sweater.
I love the speed of circular stockinette.
We all have our favourite things….
Thank goodness for Len’s Mills where i can find fly fishing and construction-themed fabric.
(Which begs the question: who would make a quilt out of excavators?)