When my talented friend Kim shared that she had projects in Kitchen Stitches I was thrilled for her! And she wanted to send me a copy... yeah!!!
Kitchen stitches has projects from many designers, which is so fun as they all have a different take on what is needed 'in the kitchen'... from adorable to super useful, this book has it all... that cover bag.. it's SUPER clever, designed by Natalie Barnes.
Here is one of Kim's projects, a handle pot holder sleeve.
It's a slap your head, by didn't I think of that moment! I have a secret wish to make them and give them to restaurants where I have a breakfast skillet (don't judge.. have you had one.. DIVINE)... they often bring the skillet out with a sleeve that looks like it went under the broiler.. really? Are they LOOKING at it? I could replace them with cutie patooties ones Kim designed!
When you go to a guild or church pot luck, your pot sometimes can't be plugged in.. plus... don't our crock-posts sometimes show a bit of 'lovin' on the outside.. not really something to share with the public? (you know.. the kids dripped something that burned... ok.. it was your husband... but you get the idea)
This crock pot 'cozy' will keep your dish warm and STYLIN!! Designed by Rebecca Silbaugh
And the last one I'll show you is the coupon holder 'purse'... really this can be used for coupons.. but I'm thinking SEWING KIT!!! Here is the good part.. well it's good for ME. Kim shared one she made on her blog... THE CROWD WENT WILD!!!
ok.. I went wild...
When Kim sent me a copy of the copy.. ALONG CAME the coupon holder/sewing kit/min purse
PLUS Prince Charming!! Who doesn't love a purse with a Prince inside?
And the Dresden and pocket are RED... it was meant to be mine..
THANK YOU KIM!!! Visit Kim at http://gogokim.blogspot.com/ where all her cuteness abounds!Kitchen Stitches: Sewing Projects to Spice Up Your Home
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