Daffy's Stitchy Friends

Friday, September 29, 2017

Don't Miss!

My dad got Thai food for us for lunch one day when I was visiting. He really wanted me to try this dish. I'm glad I didn't miss trying it because now it's my favorite thing to eat. I did find a Thai place here in town that makes it but at $14 a pop, it's a little too steep to eat very often! What to do when you are addicted to extra spicy garlic black pepper beef? Try making it yourself:


It turned out good but not perfect. I will keep trying! Being "not perfect" did not keep me from devouring every bit of this (minus what Dash ate) over two days. 

I wanted to share some crafty things I hope you didn't miss from our fellow bloggers in the last month...

Carol found instructions to make a darling wreath and it is awesome! Don't miss seeing the entire post on her blog at The Polka Dot Chicken


Heather has been working with felt. I am over the moon with her start of these 12 Days of Christmas Ornaments. I am dying to get these patterns and make them myself! Don't miss seeing the entire post on her blog at It's Geek to Me.


Honeybee blew my mind with her shaped ornaments! Goodbye boring circles and rectangles! Don't miss seeing how she does these on her blog at The Copper Fox.


Kevin's been making incredible tote bags out of animal feed bags! His cracked corn one turned out particularly cute. What a great way to reuse something that would just be thrown away. Don't miss how to make one yourself on his blog Kevin the Quilter.


Oh, so many wonderful things I want to do! My fellow bloggers are amazingly creative people. I might make this a periodical theme, sharing the fun things that catch my heart. You might find a great new project and a new blog to follow and I won't forget where to go when I want to try! 

Thank you for visiting my blog today!
xox

16 comments:

Ann at Beadlework. said...

The world of blogging is a great way to see the creativity of others - it can be very inspiring.

carol fun said...

Hi Sharon...got your email and I'm honored that you gave me a shout out... and I'm enjoying looking at the other crafty stuff too! Have a great weekend - hugs carol fun

NanaDiana said...

Oh- What wonderful things you have featured here. Isn't that pear ornament cute?! I hope you have a wonderful (crafty) weekend. xo Diana

ps. I have a new blog if you have time to pop over.

RJ said...

That dish sounds excellent. I really enjoy alot of Thai dishes.

Wonderful projects you showed of other bloggers. It's such a great time of the year to try new things. RJ@stitchingfriendsforever

Jocelyn Thurston said...

Your Finery of Nature is so beautiful though hard to stitch. Thanks for the links!

Brigitte said...

Very creative crafty things - and a nice motivation.

Desiree Ehleiter said...

Oh my goodness... your Season's Greetings ornament is spectacular! I'll have to look at the instructions. Doubt I can do it, but your piece looks absolutely amazing.

deb said...

Thanks for the roundup - would have missed *all* of these without your pointing them out. And that skilletful of spicy black pepper beef looks delicious!

Mary said...

Such great projects, I get so much inspiration from other bloggers, just to find the time to do it all!!!

I love thai food too!! Your adaptation looks great. Mary

Julie said...

So many lovely things people show on their blogs, a couple of new to me ones you have shared here, thanks.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

This is a fantastic idea. I love Heather's pear, I'm really excited to see her make the whole series.

Khristine Doiron said...

I love this idea!!!! I might steal it and start doing it too! Great way to share other bloggers :) And that thai food you made looks delicious!! Will you share the recipe when you prefect it? :)

Jackie said...

That beef dish looks delicious!

I love that you're featuring your favorite blog posts. I'm off to visit those I don't already follow!

diamondc said...

Sharon: Great post, I love Thai food, we have a place about 25 miles from our home that is worth the ride, if they are trying out a new menu item we are the lucky ones to test it first.

Blessings
Catherine

Robin in Virginia said...

Bloggers are such inspiring individuals. Thank you for featuring some on your blog.

Barb said...

I love your crafty things.....and spicy foods