I’m converted. I will never use a sponge to wash dishes ever again. I know it sounds extreme, but you have got to try this crocheted dishcloth and let me know what you think.
There’s been a lot of buzz on the “zero waste” movement lately. Reducing the amount of trash by choosing reusable, recyclable or compostable options is something our family has always been mindful of doing. We’ve recently started to up the ante on our #zerowaste efforts, because we care deeply about protecting the environment for future generations. There’s all sorts of things you can do reduce your household waste, but today I’m focusing on the kitchen and sharing with you what’s worked for us as a young family of four.
Healthy Habits is a blog series about making positive changes for health, happiness and environmental benefits.
I’m now a proud mother of two beautiful girls, so it’s only fitting to celebrate with a Japanese sewing book giveaway for girls’ clothes! Check out my video book review and keep reading for your chance to win a copy of Sewing for Your Girls and my ebook, How to Sew Japanese Sewing Patterns.
I’m thrilled to introduce you to the latest addition to our family, Yuki! Yuki means “snow” in Japanese. For the past two weeks, my days have been filled with sleepless nights and cluster feeds, but it is all worth it for these short and precious newborn days.
Here are 3 outfit ideas which are perfectly suitable to wear before and after pregnancy – all using the Koi drape front top from Hana Patterns. When I designed the Koi top, I never imagined how useful it would be for putting together pregnancy outfits. The volume of fabric at the front of this design completely covers your belly, and the length is just right to hide your maternity leggings or belly band.