Week Ending - November 21

Seven inspiring projects, seven talented makers! Quilting, crochet and baking links to inspire you to create, every day of the week!

Happy Sunday lovely! I hope you've had a lovely week!

Are you enjoying the Christmas inspired Week Ending posts? I hope you're finding lots to bookmark and create for your festive season. 

What are the stores like where you live? Down here it's a little concerning. Stocks are low and choices are limited, and everywhere is so busy! We were warned this would happen, but it makes shopping less fun and the gifts we can actually find less thoughtful and personal - it's more of a scavenger hunt, really!

Luckily we can also create gifts and cook from scratch, so hopefully there's something in this weeks list to get you creating:

  • Chocolate Covered Katie has these Vegan Pecan Tassies that I really want to try. She says they are perfect for the holiday season and something a little different to what we usually serve during the Christmas period. Looking forward to taste testing these little morsels.
  • Cross stitchers will love the projects available on The Jolly Jabber. There are a few designs to Stitch with Holiday Cheer, and all of them are stunning. Personally I love the Gingerbread Cookies design and the Hello Santa, but there's something there for everyone.

  • Oooooo Egg Nog Cookies! These cookies from Kat at The Organised Housewives are a must make for Christmas. I love how simple and festive they are, and who doesn't love eggnog or cookies for that matter. Bookmark these for later :)
  • I also love the Sugar Sprinkled Lemon Cookies from French Country Cottage. These look so festive and a simple treat to make and share with friends over Christmas - the kids would love helping with this as well.

  • I fell in love with Anorina's Cookies for Santa Mug Rug pattern. Isn't it adorable?  You can download the free pattern on her blog and you could make them for gifts or to decorate your own space. So cute!
  • Sarah from Repeat Crafter Me has released the cutest Small Crochet Snowman pattern using O'Go yarn. This little guy is adorable and for those who don't have snow at Christmas, why not crochet a snowman instead. 
  • I love everything Kerryanne from Shabby Art Boutique designs, and she has some wonderful Christmas downloads in her shop. Click the link and scroll down to the cutest Gingerbread Gift Tags - adorable!

And that's it for another week! I hope you feel inspired!

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday lovely! Stay safe and well :)

Happy Week Ending :)
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