CFFC: Patterns in Nature

CFFC: Patterns in Nature

This week’s CFFC topic is  Patterns in Nature. Your photos can consist of urban or suburban scenes. I live in a rather small town, so getting into a big city, I don’t do that often. I think what I really like about Maarten Vromans photos is they tell a story without being filled with a lot [...]

Plan with Me

Plan with Me

Today's post is about page inserts and extension packs that you can add to your planner to make it more personal too you. When adding inserts you can buy packs for your planner or make your own with a printer and hole punch. Today I am featuring two of my favorite planners.... My Pink Webster [...]

In my Kitchen : DIY Cleaning Supplies

In my Kitchen  : DIY Cleaning Supplies

In Louisiana we are having an up swing of cases of Covi 19. So I thought it was time to get cleaning. These DIY cleaning supplies uses basic supplies from the grocery store . All purpose cleaner One part  white vinegar One part waterLemon rindRosemary sprigs Combine the above ingredients together, pour into a spray [...]

Wed Food Blog : Venison

Wed Food Blog : Venison

My today's recipe is strait out of my Mom's cookbook. My Dad spent the fall season hunting to fill our freezer with meat to save on the grocery bill. This was one of her go to venison recipes but can you can also use beef.... Lisa 1/4 cup flour1 T flour 1 onion, chopped2 cloves minced garlic1 [...]

At the Library

At the Library

At the Library : the theme for January is Mentorship ! Mentoring is important, not only because of the knowledge and skills students can learn from mentors, but also because mentoring provides professional socialization and personal support to facilitate success in graduate school and beyond. Quality mentoring greatly enhances students' chances for success. Do you Know what a Mentor is ? [...]

You are the Star Blog Hop

You are the Star Blog Hop

Welcome to week#3 of the January 2021 "You're the Star" Blog Hop! Before we continue onto the Linky party I wanted to share this post from my blog: ________________________________________Please join me in welcoming our newest Cohost:Lisa from "Lisa's Everyday Life"(click HERE to view her wonderful blog)________________________________________ WELCOME to FAMILY feature week of the January 2021 "You're the STAR" blog hop! Meet [...]

The Women of the Bible and You

The Women of the Bible and You

Let the women of the Bible guide you in faith Join the inspirational women of the Bible on a weekly journey of devotion. The Women of the Bible and You examines the stories of female Biblical figures both big and small, so you can take a moment from your busy week to explore the lessons they reveal―and [...]

Sewing Face Masks, Scrub Caps, Arm Slings, and More: Practical Projects for Comfort and Care

Sewing Face Masks, Scrub Caps, Arm Slings, and More: Practical Projects for Comfort and Care

Saturday book review

Lisa Everyday Reads

Sew with a purpose!

  • 14 thoughtful projectsincluding face masks, wheelchair caddies, arm slings, blankets, and more
  • Beginner-friendly guidewith simple projects and a walk-through of all the basic sewing skills you will need
  • Step-by-step instructions, coordinating illustrations, and easy-to-follow patterns
  • Learn stitching techniques, how to work with a variety of tools and notions, patchwork, pleating, reverse appliqué, and more
  • Author Angie Herbertsonis a leading Etsy shop owner who offers thoughtful scrub cap sewing patterns with various useful features

Anyone can learn how to create these thoughtful projects with a purpose, which can be easily made and then gifted or donated to those who need them most!

Sewing Face Masks, Scrub Caps, Arm Slings, and Morefeatures 14 easy and intentional sewing projects that range in difficulty and are thoughtful, practical, and important. From face masks and scrub caps to a wheelchair caddy, arm sling, fidget blanket…

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