February 15, 2011

Step by step... day by day...

Does anyone else remember that show? It had Suzanne Summer in it pre-ab cruncher infomercials.


I used to love that show. I remember always watching Friday nights on TGIF. Anyone else remember the line-up of shows?

Now at nights, what do I do isntead of watching tv? I cut out pattern pieces!
I'm one step closer to finishing hubby's jacket. I actually have all the pieces cut out and ready to be sewn together. It took me awhile to take the plunge since I had to manipulate the pattern a bit. He wanted the contrasting pieces but also for it to zip all the way up like a jacket and not be like a pull-over. Hopefully I can get to sewing some of it this weekend.

In the mean time, I thought I'd do a quick search to see about some different Easter crafts. Afterall, it's 2 months away... surely if I start now I can get something done!! Here are a few of my favorites:

 Look at those adorable jelly bean cookies at the decorated cookie. I think these would be perfect for my pumpkins!

 I love this basket over at Moda Bake Shop but I think this is a bit too adventurous for me!


I have a ton of little boy baby socks to be able to make some of these adorable little bunnies from elsie marley!

I know that this is technically for Valentine's Day... but go with me here. Imagine, instead of hearts, little eggs and baby chicks instead! This is from over at emmyloubeedoo. Adorable, right?

I made one of these little guys from Chez Beeper Bebe little K for Christmas and her big brother absolutely loves, loves it too! I might try making one of these next ones for him.


This one is from allsorts. Too cute and a free pattern!

Dittle Dattle has these over at there page. I haven't done any block type art like this. But I mighthave to so I can use some perfectly Spring-ish paper like she did! 

I hope that these help you get Spring Fever too! With our wonderful weather lately, I can't hardly wait for it!

Have a blessed day,


  1. Aw, thanks for putting my Onesie in with such an adorable group! I LOVE your idea for changing it up!


  2. so I don't remember what it was for, but in middle school there was a trip to Six Flags... anyways, [I think it was] Leah and I went to a snow cone stand while we were there and the guy that worked in there looked AND sounded EXACTLY like Cody from Step by Step but the guy had never even heard of the show! We were so disappointed.