Simmering Potpourri Recipes | Make your home smell fabulous
These simmering potpourri recipes will have your house smelling heavenly with the delicious scents of whatever season you are craving.
Martingale - Simple Whatnots (Print version + eBook bundle)
Welcome to the wonderful world of Kim Diehl--on a splendidly small scale! Kim's little quilts have three big benefits: they're scrap friendly, they're quick to finish . . . and they're as cute as can be. Now you can create a wonderful variety of pint-sized quilts in Kim's signature style. Enjoy 18 projects from Kim's Simple Whatnots Club, previously available only in individual patterns. You'll learn streamlined techniques for petite patchwork, invisible machine applique, and cozy wool…
Stovetop Potpourri (Fall and Winter Scents)
Easy recipe for boiling stovetop potpourri that brings the scents of Christmas! Can be adapted for crockpot potpourri! Makes for an easy homemade gift.
This Christmas Potpourri Recipe Will Instantly Make Your Home Smell Like the Holidays
Nothing puts us in the holiday spirit like wintry aromatherapy. Here's the easiest recipe for Christmas potpourri that straight-up smells like the holidays.
15 DIY Fall Scents to Make Your Home Smell Like Fall
Make your very own inviting fall scents to create the cozy feeling of fall in your home. Fall scented candles to DIY potpourri and more.
Boughs of Holly
The official blog for Hollyhill Quilt Shoppe & Mercantile! "Boughs of Holly" provides a glimpse behind the scenes of this charming little online Shoppe!
Farm Girl Vintage Quilt Along - Farm Girl Friday's - Week Six!
Hello again! Thanks for visiting my blog today... For our Farm Girl Friday's Week Six! We are using my newest book Farm Girl Vintage 2 And Farm Girl Vintage Fabric... And making 2 Farm Girl Blocks each week:) Last week we made the Cross Stitch Block and the Curious Crow Block... I'm showing them to you this week because I was not able to post last week as I was out with pneumonia. Today's first Farm Girl Block for this week is DADDY'S TRACTOR on page 41 of the book. I named this block after…
Farm Girl Sampler quilt part 5
Well, my Farm Girl Vintage sampler quilt is almost finished. Here are all 48 of the 6 l/2" blocks, stacked in a pile. It doesn't look like much, but as you know, it represents a lot of time, and thread! I like this placement of the blocks. I've sort of placed them by theme, according to how my mind works.... The cherry pie is beside the canning jars, the mixing bowls are beside the milking can and the cow, the chicken is by the barn and the barn cat, the farmhouse is by the American flag and…
Three More Patterns...
I have 3 more patterns to show you! This first one is fun and easy and made from one 10" square of each of the Millie's Closet prints... along with tiny pinwheels in each corner sashing:) I named this quilt after my Great Aunt Isabelle who just lived down the road a few houses from me in the small town (Herriman) where I grew up. She was my Grandma Millie's oldest sister and was a wonderful cook as well as a wonderful quilter. She was a very kind lady who worked hard to take good care of her…