12.27.2007

You can never read enough blogs

Get inspired by Penny's pretty sewing and knitting projects at sewtakeahike. She even provides tutorials!

Rock-Paper-Scissors writes about things close to my heart -- food allergies, vintage lovies and toys, thrifting, crafting and teddies. She's also a published children's book illustrator.

Mama Said Sew shares her craftability (is that a word?) in many ways -- sewing (of course), baking, thrifting, swapping, and most importantly in the posts about her little guy Nathan.

The family at Rainbow Cottage seems a bit like my inlaws, when I first joined the family. The age range is about right.

I find links to The Old Painted Cottage all over the blogosphere. Beautiful!

I first read about Musings of a Southern Girl at Heart and her projects on Wardrobe Refashion.

Jo at Bits and Pieces found me first. And I'm very glad she did. I like reading a grandma's perspective.

How about orange... brings me back to my graphic design roots.

The Helpful Homemaker is another mom of four boys. Enough said!

One half of DDco Design is a friend of a friend. I even have some of her work. It is nice to see the large-scale things they make from recycled and reclaimed materials.

4 comments:

Missy said...

Hi Julie...you've been a busy gal! Glad to see you survived the holiday crunch.

Thanks for the great blog links.

I guess I've never seen that your boys have allergies. My niece, 11, has an off the chart reaction to peanuts so we're an epi toting, ingredient reading, make it from scratch family too. Hugs

Christy said...

Thanks for the mention Julie! And for the other blog links. I haven't been to many of them yet, but I certainly will visit them soon.

Jo and JD said...

Thank you so very much for mentioning me on your blog links. Trust me the feeling is mutual when it comes to being glad that our blogs connected out here in this big huge cyber world. It is a daily treat to read what you have written.

Have a Wonderful New Year filled with peace, love, and happiness.

Penny said...

Hi Julie, thanks for mentioning my little link on your blog! You are right, it seems like I find a new one to glean something from every day!