This week’s Rockwood Lane Weekly finds include Spring & Easter recipes, DIY and outfit ideas.
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I missed you last week! My day job has been keeping me very busy, and I am just pooped lately! In my free time, I’ve mostly just been cuddling with my sweet cats, crocheting an afghan and watching some of my favorite shows (Criminal Minds, Major Crimes, Bones, The Closer, NCIS). I’ve been wanting to try Bones Coffee for a while now, so I ordered some Oatmeal Cream Pie flavored coffee, and have been enjoying that this week too. Mmm!
I haven’t made a ton of progress in my craft room closet, but I did order a new card organizing box. I like the ones from Current on Amazon. I have 4 of them – 2 for blank cards, and 2 for cards I’ve received. They are sturdy, pretty, hold a lot of cards and stack well.
In case you missed last week’s edition of The Rockwood Lane Weekly 21. Thank you to Maggie of Crochet Happens for helping out with the photo collage! Check out her Etsy Shop for some great handmade items, like these adorable little Pocket Hearts.
Let’s Get to Those Great Finds!
I searched around Etsy for some items that yarn lovers use everyday, but with more of a cheerful Spring twist to them, and put together this collection of 30 Spring Gift Ideas for Yarn Lovers Under $40.
Laura of I do deClaire shares with us 6 Chicwish Easter Outfit Ideas. My favorite is this light blue blouse with the floral skirt.
Honored to have my Lily’s Floral Mug Rug featured in this collection of Spring Crochet Patterns curated by Regina of Regina P Designs.
Honored to have my Landon Table Runner featured at the You’re the Star Blog Hop hosted by Decor Craft Design.
This Hello Spring free printable from Keeping it Real is so sweet!
On my sister blog, Cre8tion Crochet, Kami Jones shared a crochet pattern review for this Susie Blossom Scarf. She says, “It is so full of amazing texture! Make it separately or together with the Susie Blossom Ear Warmer for the perfect set.”
I love this blue blazer outfit Emma from Style Splash has put together. The jeans with the blazer is what caught my attention first, but I think it works especially well because the colors are carried throughout.
Kristi of Mason Jar Yarn Designs was so kind as to include my Grace Tinley Infinity Scarf in this collection of 20 Free Crochet Patterns Featuring Hand Dyed Yarn. My yarn, Emma’s Yarn Washable Worsted, comes from Four Purls Yarn Shop located in Winter Haven, Florida, and it’s one of my all time favorite yarns to work with.
Are you a book reader? Maybe you should Treat Yo’ Shelf with a new tee, or tote bag to carry your books with this free SVG cut file from Artsy-Fartsy Mama.
Guys, you don’t know this about me, but I love chickens, and actually had pet chickens growing up So this Chicken Themed Crochet Pattern Round Up from Kathy’s Kozies is really special to me, and I’m honored to have my Chicken [Butt] Coasters included.
Curious How to Wear White Sneakers? Amy Ann from Straight A Style has put together a great resource for us here with several outfit ideas featuring white sneakers.
I just love the cabling on this Queensland Beach Headband that Tomiko from Kiku Corner has knit up, and she shares a pattern review with us along with the link to the paid pattern.
To go with your new Treat Yo’ Shelf tee or tote bag, you may want to add some of these beautiful Engraved Wooden Bookmark. Lindsay from Artsy-Fartsy Mama shares with us a free cut file and DIY.
On my sister blog, Cre8tion Crochet, Carrie of Mountain Momma Crochet has shared a crochet pattern review for the Meridale Scarf. She says, “I love any excuse to break out the Red Heart – Roll With It Melange. There are so many different color varieties, you are sure to find one you love. My problem is I love them all. This textured scarf was the perfect make to show off the beautiful color changes in this colorway. The pattern is easy to follow and works up quickly!”
If you are curious if Veja Sneakers are Worth It, Amy Ann of Straight A Style shares with us her review.
Looking for some book recommendations? Gail of Is This Mutton? shares with us her March Book Reviews.
How cute is this Easter Peeps House from Artsy-Fartsy Mama?! Pop on over to get all the details to make your own. And with so many different themes of Peeps out there, it would be so easy to change up the theme to better fit any holiday or season.
On my sister blog, EyeLoveKnots, Jessica of Nice and Knotty shared a crochet pattern review for an adorable Easter Bunny Garland. She says, “There are multiple uses and variations for this pattern! You can make little bunny centerpiece, use them as mantle or shelf décor, string them together to make a garland or even use them as bunny toys to stuff in Easter baskets. I chose to make the garland with them, and I am going to use it to decorate the front of my desk at work.”
There are so many great ways to wear denim that isn’t jeans, like as a dress like Gail from Is This Mutton? is rocking. I would love to find something like this that is around knee length – let me know if you have any recommendations! I often have trouble finding them in my size.
Planning a Spring or Easter date? Cecilia from My Thrift Store Addiction shares with us this beautiful Spring Breakfast Table that would certainly be perfect! I really love the green plate set.
Gail from My Repurposed Life shares with us a photo tutorial of how we can turn a headband into a beautiful Mid-Century Headboard Bench.
Jacqui of Mummabstylish looks stunning in this Rose Wrap Dress from Nasty Gal! And I love her beaded clutch too.
Such a beautiful handmade card by Linda of Paper Seedlings.
Guys, this rug is hand painted!! It’s stunning, and Rachel of The Ponds Farmhouse has a step by step tutorial showing us How to DIY a Painted Rug.
I love this Sunflower Wall Art piece from Donna of Modern on Monticello! And just the overall idea of it. I am so tempted to try my own version.
Andrea of The Cottage Market has the sweetest Bunny Tea Time printables. Available in 2 sizes, and a free download.
I.love.coffee! So I love this Coffee Sampler printable from The Cottage Market. Available in 2 sizes, and different backgrounds – free download.
This Sloth is adorable! And Sam from Color Made Happy has a step by step tutorial for us to paint our own.
If you’re looking for Boho and/or Farmhouse inspiration, Andrea of The Cottage Market has put together a great Collection of Cane DIY Hacks.
It’s tea time! Grab a cup, and then head over to The Cottage Market to download this Spring Tea Party printable. Available in 2 sizes with a couple different background options – free download.
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What a great post! Thank you so much for the feature! I need to check out that hand painted rug tutorial. OMG! I love all of the printables too! My daughter is slowly learning to crochet so maybe one day she can make that bunny garland. It’s so cute!
I love that! The bunny garland would be perfect. She can hang it in her room.
What a great roundup of posts! Congrats on having your mug featured! Going to check out the Ikea hacks!
Jill – Doused in Pink
Thank you for joining The Really Crafty Link Party, and for featuring my spring printable!
Happy to share 🙂