Quilting that would make great tapestries too
When you run out of photographic mushrooms
I could totally see this as my driveway. Yes, I’d be isolated in winter. So?
I don’t seem to get around as much these days (or maybe I don’t save as much), so today’s list is somewhat shorter than usual. So I was thinking, how about each viewer leave a link in the comments that you find inspiring?
I still have problems loading WordPress sites, so I may not reply to each – but I always read and appreciate! 🙂 (ETA: this means I also have problems commenting on YOUR blogs – I try but it’s tough going)
13 thoughts on “Inspirations 8”
I like the blog about simple living and growing mushrooms. Jane
I had no idea one could do that! 🙂
We tried growing mushrooms on logs, but we didn’t keep ours wet and it made a difference. Now I have some nice polka-dotted logs in our back woods (each spore plug had a styrofoam cap). Jane
Enjoyed looking at these blogs. I haven’t been looking around much lately either, so this was fun. Love your mushroom photo.
Here’s one…everything she makes is amazing… http://cheffingit.wordpress.com/
OMG I’m getting hungry now!!
… and thanks for sharing.
This was posted on Ravelry today: The naughtiest knitting video you ever saw! It’s utterly silly and I didn’t make it to the end, but one has to admire the sheer determination of making the set..
http://youtu.be/huytU80fv0o (contains nudity) (giggle)
Insprieret af dine svampehistorier. http://kathrynivy.com/patterns/free/myriad-mushrooms/ superseje svampe.
perfekt tilføjelse til listen.
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You sure know how to pick them…. <3 Thanks for the contribution!
Those quilts are incredible–I like the technique a lot! And, yes, I completely understand the appeal of that driveway.
Hi, Pia. I am always inspired by the lovely photo/quote blog of Thankful Sage Farm School. http://thankfulsagefarmschool.tumblr.com/