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I am the Queen of my kitchen and I demand pretty, bright, and beautiful things. <- from my new favorite etsy shop NanaCompany

Floral and gingham apron- aww so adorable! I realized I can actually wear aprons now that I cook and bake regularly :)

T shirt scarf--After cutting up an old, stretchy t-shirt into thin strips, I braided half the strips and set half aside. I then connected the two parts by wrapping another piece of t-shirt around the top and bottom of the braid. This took about an hour in front of the telly

Cute!!! (no instructions but such a cute and easy idea just stitch ribbons around a simple cutout and add details)

Ruffle Scarves -Scarves bases were cut 7 1/2" by width of fabric. Ruffles were cut 1 1/2" wide x 16" long then gathered in the middle to fit and stitched to the scarf front. Scarves were stitched with 1/2" seam allowances. Finished scarves are approx. 56" long x 6" wide

Do they make this in Mommy sizes? 'Cause....I think I want one for Christmas morning!

I have been looking for a pattern for an apron because I want to make one for when I get married

DIY headbands. This one actually has directions! :) and don't need a sewing machine!!

For my lovely ladies. Hoping I can crank some of these out before the 24th...