Microwave soup bowl cozy’s! Place your bowl of soup in these cozy’s and put them in the microwave. They protect your hands from getting burned. Assorted fabrics (Fabrics may vary), they are reversible and sold in sets of two.
Every now and then you find an embroidery design that just speaks to you.
Enough said! (Thank you Urban Threads Embroidery Designs)
Dish towel pillows in assorted colors. $15.00 each plus shipping. Send a message at: firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order. There is no limit to the color combinations. Dish towels available in with Red, Black, Blue, Green, Lavender, Brown, Red/Green Plaid trim, OR Off white with Blue, Black or Multicolored Stripes. Because some days you just have to say “Oh Hell No!”
After seeing a “pin” on Pinterest of a Red, White and Blue Bandana Wreath, I thought it might be fun to make one! Then to take it a step further, I thought, why not use pieces of fabric to do wreath instead of the bandanas. Here are the results:
Using 7 Red, 7 White and 7 Blue bandanas. Each bandana was cut in half, so the 21 bandanas actually make 2 wreaths.
Using 11 Fat quarters that I purchased and cut each in half, I was able to get the same effect with this dog paw wreath.
Here are the supplies. 21 Bandanas, and a wire wreath.
The bandanas were cut in half and attached to the wire wreath with a half lark knot.
THe 7 Blue Bandanas were tied together, then alternating red and white, using the remaining 7 red and 7 white pieces. Glitter stars were glued in place to complete the flag look.
Vega really wanted to wear a bandana too and pose for a photo!
Using fat quarters – 4 of the dark and 7 of the white. Each piece was cut in half with the salvage on the ends. They were then tied to the wire wreath with the half lark knot as well. alternating w=two white and one black print.
GFWC – The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of other through volunteer service.
I have been honored to be a member of GFWC through my local clubs since 1985. Each April 24th we celebration the founding of our national organization which began in 1890.
Our motto is “Living the Volunter Spirit” which I have embroidered and used inside the cover of these notebooks.
GFWC clubs and clubwomen are the fabric that binds not only the Federation, but the communities in which they live and work. By Living the Volunteer Spirit, GFWC clubwomen transform lives each day, not simply with monetary donations, but with hands-on tangible projects that provide immediate impact.
Over the years I have been allowed to make items incorporating the GFWC logo. In honor of of Federation Day here are a few, starting with the GFWC Yard flag, displayed at the GFWC Headquarters in Washinton, DC after a snow storm.
GFWC Girlfriends are just the best! I have made lifelong frends locally, across North Carolina and the nation!
Using GFWC T-shirts, these wall hangings and pillows were used as fundraising items at the GFWC International Convention in Memphis in 2015
This year at the 126th Annual Convention a basket of GFWC goodies will be donated once again for the silent auction.
To learn more about this amazing organization check out our web site: www.gfwc.org
Some trainers give their clients shirts to wear, and some clients give them back! I mean, why wear a shirt when you can turn it into a wall hanging?
So first things first. Cut up the shirt.
Add a little embroidery (The EST. 2015)
Add some pieced fabric.
Put the pieces together.
Add a boarder, and machine quilt.
A fun way to spend a day (after doing squats, lunges, bent over rows, and assorted other strength taining). Thank you Colt Boyd of Invictus Sports Performance (you can also find him on Facebook) for the training, encouragement and “fun” times.
Rice bags are a wonderful thing. They come in sets of two coordinating fabrics.
Keep one in the freezer, pop the other in the microwave for 30 seconds -3 minutes. Use the heated one until it cools – on your back, or where your muscles ache. Then use the cold one. Alternate back and forth. They measure about 20″ long and are filled with rice.
I’m not a doctor, but they do help with muscle aches (the heated one can also warm your feet on a chilly night!)
Available in assorted colors. $15.00 a set of two.
I love this design from Urban Threads ( urbanthreads.com). It was just yelling at me to make it into a pillow! So I made SEVERAL! They are embroidered on cotton dish towels, and made into pillows.
Each Pillow is unique and they are $15.00 each. Special orders accepted. Pick your “towel” color, and thread colors. Above: rainbow colors on white towel with black trim.Above: Pastel rainbow colors on towel with brown check trim.
Above: Pastel rainbow on towel with pink check trim.