Friday Favorites

By Cedar | September 27, 2013

Well, look what I have here, Friday Favorites! It must have been a year or so ago that I posted my last one. I can’t guarantee they will stick around forever (I am the queen of losing interest in things I commit myself to), but I have gotten a lot of requests to bring them back. So here is one. Hopefully there will be one next week, but don’t hold me to it.

These are some of the fantastic posts I have read this week:

The very talented Tasha, of By Gum By Golly, did a wonderful post on Making Buttonholes by Hand.

Sriracha Mac & Cheese. Seriously.

This Everyday Pad Thai looks amazing.

I love everything on No Pattern Required, but among my favorite posts are where they refinish Heywood Wakefield (here is another, and another, and another, and another).

This article by Brittany of Va-Voom Vintage couldn’t have come at a better time, since I recently decided to start putting more time and thought into my own blog. How I Make Time for Blogging and Family.

I am going apple picking in a couple weekends, I definitely have to try this Apple Cider Upside-Down Cake.

A great post from My Girl Thursday: You Don’t Need to Buy That: Frozen Sweet Corn.

Have an amazing weekend!

3 Responses to “Friday Favorites”

  1. Sara In AZ Says:
    September 27th, 2013 at 8:38 am

    Awwww, thanks for the shout-out Cedar…and I am so glad you like ALL my numerous crazy H-W refinishing posts!!! Stay tuned for more to come……………… :)

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  2. Melysa Says:
    September 27th, 2013 at 8:08 pm

    I love your blog and have been following since you were pregnant. I am so happy to see this post today … Thank you!!

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  3. Jessica Cangiano Says:
    September 29th, 2013 at 1:08 am

    Such a lovely, diverse list. I’m so very happy that apple picking season is upon us again, too. Our region of B.C. is the largest apple producer in the province, and some days, I swear it almost seems like you can detect the subtle scent of apples in the mild early autumn breeze.

    ♥ Jessica

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