Happy Friday everyone! Welcome to FRS where I share what has caught my eye recently - but where you could also share what has interested you - so please make full use of the comment box!
It is full on birthday preparations at ours, a little someone is going to be 3, and he will have a party. I made the same cake I made for his first birthday. I just need to be reminded of the good times, and his first birthday was definitely a very happy memory. Anyway, I did add some icing this time, because that's the only thing he actually likes in cakes.
Check out Mimi G free DIY for a fabulous sequin skirt.
I love this beanie hat - free pattern on De Rerum Natura blog - it resembles my own free pattern, but I like the way Beloved decreases better. Could it be a quick knit for Christmas (and he would get that red hat he has been asking for?)?
I am juicing a lot - like everyday to make sure I get my intake of nutrients - but I have been wondering whether I have the right juicer (and may have been requested a new juicer from Santa). This discussion of centrifugal against masticating juicer is really useful! I am going for a masticating one, after months of using my centrifugal one - because I love green juices.
I need a housecoat - just because Michelle sewed one and it is amazing!!
I love mugs, I love craft, I love quick projects - I could certainly make a message mug for someone right now thanks to this tutorial (and get those sharpie pens out of the box in the garage)
Here is a very quick Christmas hanging - super cute, super simple, super easy.
I love this version of the Turia Dungarees - totally not the season for them in the UK, but will bear it in mind for this summer!
Do I have time to knit le Pull Claude from La Poule a petits pas - as seen on Maeva? Love the details on the sleeves, so feminine.
I am still looking for some knitting inspiration for Mr MiH - could Crag be it?
A lovely DIY paper star garland - so simple - you could also made an oversized star just with this pattern.
And finally the winner of the Pokiha Giveaway - no 7, Susan from PatchworknPlay, who has been following my blog for a long time. Libby also has a discount code, if you wanted to purchase the pattern.