Do you love tea towels as much as I do? I mean, I don’t like drying dishes as much as the next person, but a good (linen is my favourite!) tea towel can not only make the job easier, but can pretty up the kitchen at the same time. Bonus!
So that’s why I’m really liking this very simple DIY from The Purl Bee! Aren’t these vintage inspired tea towels lovely? And you can jazz them up even more by using bright threads (neon YES!) too.. so cool!
So if you’d like to give these tea towels a go too, you can head over to The Purl Bee for the very in-depth tutorial. Beautiful! :)
Look! I made a top!
It’s a slightly modified version of this pattern.. I didn’t do the double collar and changed the sleeves to be rolled. It’s the second top I’ve done from this pattern, and I’m slowing figuring out what works for me and what doesn’t, and altering it to fit. :)
And, it was actually a lot easier to sew this than trying to sew the t-shirt I attempted last week. I failed at the t-shirt, but this blouse I might actually wear! Success ;)
PS. Possibly should have ironed it before taking these photos.. sorry about that! Just keeping it real.
Hi guys! How was your weekend?
We were lucky enough to have had a 4 day weekend, how great is that?! Honestly, all weekends should be 4 days long. We had Thursday off for Hari Raya, and Friday was Singapore’s 48th Birthday (National Day). Singapore marks it’s birthday every year with a huge parade around Marina Bay, but seeing as we didn’t have tickets we took a walk up to Henderson Waves Bridge to watch the jets and helicopters flying around instead. It was a beautiful afternoon, and we were even lucky enough to have the helicopters carrying giant Singaporean flags fly directly over us. Awesome!
Happy Birthday Singapore! Thanks for making us so welcome over the past couple of years.. we love it here! :)
Just a few photos we took while we were up on the bridge (see the bridge in the last photo). Such a great view!
There’s nothing quite like a good saying paired with simple graphics.. and these prints by Minna May hit the nail on the head for me! Aren’t they lovely? I adore the handwritten pencil and sweet colours..
You can get your hands on these prints and more in Minna’s Shop, and while you’re at it check out her gorgeous blog too.. it’s chock full of all sorts of lovely inspiration! What a nice way to see in the weekend ;)
Have a good one friends. x