With Mother's Day only a week away (Yikes!!), it is no surprise that many of the treasuries were Mother's Day-themed, or evocative of a longing for Spring. So grab your favorite beverage and take a leisurely virtual stroll through these curators' shops!
Wanda of SaffronFields featured my bright city lights oven mitts in her treasury, Keep It in the Kitchen. I love this all-season prairie linen wreath from Wanda's shop.
Kimie Sagisaka of tomoandedie featured my blue and yellow baby bib with tiny cars in her treasury, Spring Sky. Kimie upcycles Japanese kimono fabric to make some wonderful accessories. This indigo barrette would be perfect to keep your hair under control on a hot, humid day. Love the asymmetrical design.
Carla from CarlasCraft featured my green chevron oven mitt in her Spring-y green treasury, And I Mean Green! Carla lives in San Diego, but she has a whole section of her shop for Huskers fans!! Once a Husker, always a Husker! Of course, I couldn’t resist this Huskers wreath. Go Big Red!
I love this hoop art piece from AbigailJayneArt, entitled Weight of the World.
Lana Moes of LanasArt featured my Gemini hobo bag in shades of pink and orchid in her treasury, Soft Pinks. Lana is an extremely talented visual artist. I love this watercolor entitled Pink Lipstick.
Dominga of manufattofattoamano from Italy, featured my poppies on teal oven mitts in her treasury, Colors of the World. After Mother's Day come June weddings. This lovely wedding favour bag is one of the beautiful handmade items you will find in Dominga's shop.
Francesca Chessa of FCreative, also from Italy, featured my poppies on teal oven mitts in her treasury, ILOVEYOUMOM. Francesca does beautiful hand paintings on glassware. This square bowl with handpainted pink flowers would be a wonderful gift form mom or grandma.
And there you have it -- another week of beautiful treasuries. Thanks, again, to all the curators who included items from my Etsy shops.
It's a beautiful Spring day! I hope to visit Old Cheney Farmer's Market, catch up on Etsy sewing. and then work on a special project -- a memorial quilt for my friend and coworker whose husband John died much too young almost a year ago. I will be using fabric from some of his favorite shirts, and adding special blocks to commemorate good times they shared.