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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Anina with Twiddle Tails!

I am brand spankin new to her blog. But I know it's a feature when I jump out of my seat when I see something. Her post today grabbed me!

This little gem she found, this old B&H and Gardens decorating advice is priceless. And it's so true, in words you can really relate to.

Anina seems to be another one of those ultra crafty girls. Seems? I mean she IS.

She does stuff like this.............

Where do people get the patience for such stuff? I wish I had it, but I don' that means I don't have THAT. Did you follow me?

And she sews. I really need to pull my mom's sewing machine out of the garage and start trying to learn.

Is that her stuff in that magazine article? I must go back to her blog and read more.

And she bakes!

And if all that doesn't tip the crafty scale all the way to the left............she also does this........see below.

Amazing isn't it?

Then to shake things up a bit, she seems to enjoy personalized plates and takes photos of all that she sees.

I realized she is only a few hours from me. I don't know why that's so exciting when your a blogger.........seeing that someone is from your area. It was fun seeing photos of places near my home.

Go check her out.


Anina said...

Oh, wow! Thanks for featuring my little blog over here. (And it's OK if you use the photos, since you did ask permission :oD)

crazycatladymel said...

The magazine is Quilts and More (Better Homes & Gardens), and the pincushion pattern is from Heather Bailey. Beautiful result from Anina! (I haven't tried it yet, but bought the mag just for that pattern.)

Vintage Indie said...

Great post! My sewing machine has been collecting dust since it took me 2 hours to learn out to thread it.. maybe someday!

Vickie said...

I love this blog! I just recently found her.

MsGrace said...

Very cool. I just pulled out my sewing machine again this year.

I taught my 9 year old daughter Rachel how to sew & she made a huge quilt out of old t-shirts & was super cool.

I am off to go chekc out her blog now.


Melynda Tetpon said...

I love checking out your creative blogs you find. Thank you for sharing yet another great blog.

Katie Jean said...

yay for anina! I love her blog!