Archive for January, 2012

Cashmends – Stella Neptune

This is so clever. Cashmends are patches make to cover those pesky holes nibbled by moths in you favorite sweater. These are so cute, holes are not necessary.



DIY Flannel Infinity Scarf

This could seriously be a picture of me in my pajamas. They are horrible yet I continue to subject my family to this sight close to every night and morning. They will be so pleased when I retire these old flannel jammies and recycle them into a new, hip scarf.

check it out HERE

Wool Eater – Sarah London

One of my favorite crocheters, Sarah London, is hosting a crochet-a-long. The project is her fab Wool Eater Blanket, a variation of a granny square with nice texture. I have been waiting to try this for a while so I will be joining in. Any other takers??


Ladder Necklaces – Mineralogy Jewelry

Theresa Cowan is the owner of the shop Mineralogy Jewelry on Etsy. She uses unique and often rough stones such as Chrysophase, Black Tourmaline and Pyrite in her creations. I am particularly drawn to her ladder necklaces.

DIY – Night Bike Instructable

I have always loved riding my bike but it wasn’t until I moved to Belgium that it became my main mode of transportation. I was immediately drawn to this Instructable as soon as I saw it. It is completely brilliant. He uses phosphorescent paint that will glow up to 12 hours with only 10 minutes of charge. He has a gold mine on his hands!

Texas Love :: Il Gatto Sellvatico

What is it about Texas? Even a Jersey girl like me would consider where an awesome Texas necklace like this.

Map of Texas Hand Embroidered Necklace Custom Made Necklace

All That Glitters is Gold::Leslie Hall

I was first turned on to Leslie Hall from an episode of Yo Gabba Gabba. The attraction was instant, I mean look at her. How could you now be drawn in by that hair, those gold pants and those gem sweaters! Musician, entertainer and curator of the Mobile Museum of Gem Sweaters. What is not to love. Check her out. Now.


It is that time of year when we reflect and dream up grand plans for the coming year. Upon receiving my yearly report from WordPress, I can clearly see how I have neglected this site with lack of content. I am pledging to turn it around this year, starting now. Thanks for sticking with me over 2011 and let’s make it a great year!

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