New fabric. New patterns. New techniques. All designed by one smarty pants girl. And, hey~ I know her!
So, I come into my room, minding my own business, thinking that I’ll just plop down on my bed. But wait…
Who flipped my pillow upside down?
Apparently, this girl kitty has found a way to turn my pillow sham into her own private sleeping bag hide away.
She’s just lucky I didn’t dive right on top of her.
Silly thing. Let me just tip toe back out, so as not to disturb Queen Jiff.
Why do I get the feeling that she thinks she sharing this room with me–instead of the other way around?
A very popular post from a while back is the Snowflake Potholder. Since that time, we’ve had lots of people make the pattern as well.
Look at this lovely one that my friend Joyce made. It’s the perfect project for a cool Autumn evening. If you decide to try one yourself- or any other project you find on GraciousRain, for that matter– I hope you’ll share it with us by emailing the photo to me at email@example.com.
I’ll love it. You’ll love it. And if it gets posted, we can ALL love it!
Positively the best costume ever. Yesiree, now that cute little Avatar Aang is grown up and only seen in flashbacks and visions in the new series Legend of Korra, it only seemed fitting that The Bald Guy should pay just a bit of tribute to one of our favorite guys.
I mean, he has the bald head for it, and the beard…well, he’s been working on that for awhile now.
It turned out pretty darn perfect–if I do say so myself. And perfect enough to win First Place in the costume contest at Ebay.
Yeah…that’s dang good.
Good match, wouldn’t you say?
After all, a guy’s gotta have the right “get up” if he’s gonna save the world.
Heh, heh, heh.
PS~ If you want details on the costume construction…stay tuned.
Oh, my goodness–how long it’s been since I’ve had the time to put anything new…or let’s face it, anything at all in my pretty little Gracious Rain Shop.
But the day has come, and now, after weeks of prep and focus, I finally have enough items to stock the digital shelves.
There’s still not a bazillion items, just enough I’d say. But you can be sure that what is in there, was hand made with all the love and care I could muster.
Perhaps you’ll see it in the stitches, somehow. Perhaps you feel it in the pretty little models that turned up magically and posed so politely.
At any rate, I do hope you’ll stop by the Gracious Rain Shop and check it out. Maybe something will just leap out at you and call your name. I do hope so!
If you’re so inclined, please leave a kind word or two, a tweet, a pin or a Facebook “like.” All of it helps to spread the word.
And…I’ll love you forever.