The colorful stripes of a Hudson’s Bay Point Blanket are burned into my childhood memory, thanks to a great-uncle in Canada. He had gifted one to my parents as a wedding gift, and it came in awfully handy during the classic Chicago winters of my childhood. And while the blanket itself is long gone, I was able to purchase an amazing tote bag using one that had been repurposed! Read more ›
Ok, y’all- this *might* be my last flannel project of the year…but I better not make any promises. I asked on Facebook if yet another flannel project would be ok, and the “YES” response was overwhelming. So I’m trusting you that it is!
You probably didn’t notice this little nuance, but when I made my flannel hand warmers using the scraps from my table runner, the red flannel scraps were conspicuously absent! That’s because I set them aside (along with a handful of newly thrifted flannel shirts) for this project- I wanted to make a Christmas/Winter Wreath… one that boasted Christmas colors, but wasn’t sooo holiday-themed that it couldn’t stick around through February. This post contains affiliate links for your crafting convenience.