What a nifty idea!
This is so lovely!
What a beautiful idea! Thank you for taking the time to post the extra "how to" photos. I want to try and make one for our home.
Thank you so much for the tutorial!That is absolutely beautiful ~ now I'm going to have to go and find some lavender. There was a lavender farm close to us when we lived in England and I loved driving through that village ~ the fragrance was fabulous.Have a great weekend.
So beautiful! Thanks for sharing the instructions, too.
Dear Gracious, How inspiring you are. Today I documented the sewing of four pair of shorts for Dash Hawk, assembly line style. I have not posted it yet for I have not gotten the project compleated. I loved shared knowledge. Remember the elders and the quilting bees of yore. Your blog is reminiscent of it. I have gained affiliation at the idea of sharing what I know and have learned during my 25 yr marriage.
What a beautiful idea. I always appreciate how you walk us through these projects. I have a feeling you have some teaching experience!
what a pretty project. I do hope I'll have enough stems from my lavendar this year. . .if not, by next year . .. it will bloom in abundance.Thank you for the tutorial.
What a beautiful project! Thank you so much for sharing not only the pretty thing itself, but also how to make it!Lidy
How lovely. I've made lavendar wands in the past but I had never heard of a lavendar basket. I will definitely have to give it a try. I've read that in victorian times, lavendar was used often for crafting. It's quite wonderful to see it's crafty usefulness continue on. Thank you.
love them, i copied out your directions for a lavender wand last year but have no lavender to make one with : (
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