Things to Write Home About – 2/8/09

Have you noticed the construction around the Feels like Home blog, Dear Reader? There’s been plenty.

I have successfully moved my blog from one host to another in preparation for some exciting improvements. Unfortunately, it means that some links will be broken, my address is different, and my buttons are missing. All of this is temporary, though, and should be fixed by Valentine’s Day. will continue to send you to me no matter what, so please don’t change your bookmarks or links or anything crazy, okay?

Trust me, Dear Reader, good things are in store! If you have feedback about any change that I’ve made (or that I’ll make in the future), send me an email or leave a comment. I love to hear from you.

Without further ado, here are this week’s gems! I hope you find something useful!

Homegrown: Advice on Parenting & Families

Home Cooking: Recipes & Kitchen Tips

Homemaking: Keeping Your House Running

Homespun: Crafts & Other Projects

  • I have been on a craft kick the last week or two. I’m a sewing fiend; I have lots of fat quarters, and I want to use them. You’re going to see some of my most recent projects this week, but in the meantime, you can read about Fat Quarters in this article by Kristen at Sew Mama Sew!
  • I intend to make the dishtowel apron that Randi posted at I Have to Say for Gracie Anna
  • I also intend to make the recycled bath mat that Meg posted at Montessori by Hand
  • I’m thinking about making the mini wallet that Blissful posted
  • Caitlin posted instructions for making a fabric bucket at
  • I love the Lotus Bag that Lindie posted at Craft Apple
  • Angela posted some terrific personalized Valentine’s Day projects for toddlers at Suite101

Do you have a great craft idea that involves a 1/4 yard of fabric or a fat quarter? I’m looking for some! Send them my way, please!

Have you post something this week that was worth writing Home about? Send me the link, and maybe you’ll see it here next Sunday!

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