Home Style 3 @ Striped Cat Studio

Have you checked out this week’s Home Style post over at Striped Cat Studio? It’s all about infographics, so make like a flow chart and follow the links to see the full post + pictures! If you adore Spin Sew Sketch–and I think you do!–remember to follow my new blog, Striped Cat Studio, to automatically … Continue reading

Home Style: Mid-Century Modern @ Striped Cat Studio

As a graphic designer and hipster-adjacent person, I love mid-century modern everything, but that gets expensive. Fortunately, unlike Danish modern chairs and Eames loungers, mid-century glassware is affordable while still capturing the era’s distinct feel….READ THE FULL POST AT STRIPED CAT STUDIO  

Obedience School (excerpt!)

Anyone who knows me is well aware of my dog obsession–one which the phrase “crazy dog lady” doesn’t even begin to describe. Live dogs aren’t my only passion: I’m also a dog motif enthusiast, and as a child would only wear clothing that depicted dogs (although I also found cats acceptable). Unsurprising, then, that I’ve … Continue reading

June Inspiration

What screams June more than dips in a pool, striped beach umbrellas, bright blue skies, and a world bursting with a rainbow of popsicle-inspired neons? If anything, it’s pastel soft serve swirled into a waffle cone. With weather gentler than July and more conducive to outdoor activities than May, June is one of my favorite … Continue reading

Severina (for all mankind)

I’ve had a busy week since you last heard from me, but I haven’t disappeared entirely! My time has mostly been filled with meeting new people, and better yet, reuniting with not-new people. So until things slow down, enjoy these hand knit stuffed toys by Severina Kids. I know the brand is Severina Kids, but who … Continue reading

Wood vs. Stone

I’ve always had a fondness for necklaces adorned with wooden pendants, but recently crystals and raw diamonds have also captured my attention. Son of a Sailor’s new Karve jewelry collection marries the beautiful tone and texture of a carved wooden necklace with the faceting and sparkle of natural stones. Each one-of-a-kind necklace is hand crafted … Continue reading

Bits & Pieces: Pigeon Toe Ceramics

1. After spending five hours a day, four days a week in a rather intensive wheel throwing ceramics class two summers ago, my mind will forever link pottery with the summer months. That association has only been amplified after seeing Pigeon Toe Ceramics‘ fresh, minimalistic, bright white planters and tumblers. Soft curves and dimples add … Continue reading

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