Cute Bookmarks Quilters Will Love

I wanted to highlight two cute bookmarks today that I think quilters will love! Whether you’re marking a pattern in a quilting book or just remembering your spot in a novel, these bookmarks are cute and functional!

This entire year I’ll be making a bookmark a month (although with us moving soon, I’m choosing to feature some store-bought ones this month) and sharing my reading list! You can find my reading list at the end of the blog!


About the Bookmarks:

This bookmark was a Christmas gift from a friend in my book club! I love the gorgeous felt flowers with embroidery accents! It’s from the Etsy Shop Love Maude, and she has lots of styles and color choices!

These bookmarks are by Lori Holt from Bee in My Bonnet. They’re cute sewing machine shapes in a durable plastic! They also match her fabrics and sewing accessories if you’re a fan of her style!


And here’s my reading list for March! Since we’re packing for the upcoming move, I’m trying to finish a few books I started but never finished! (Anyone else have guilt for not finishing a book?)

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Thanks for joining me for “happy hour”,

Lindsay


What books are you reading now? I’m always on the lookout for more to add to my reading list!

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3 Comments

  1. I am reading a series of books by Lloyd Warner. They are a good Christian based book. Can NOT put them down. I have read all 7 in about two weeks.
    Looking for something else to read as this is his last in this series. Good luck!!

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  2. The Lori Holt bookmarks are so cute! Your poetry book intrigues me. Are you enjoying it? I was going to look for a book of poems. I’ve been languishing while reading Hamlin Garland’s memoir, A Son of the Middle Border. I grew up very near to the places he did, so I enjoyed the early parts of the book. But I’m wondering if it’s worth finishing … I have it on Kindle and prefer paper.

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    1. I really enjoy the book of poetry! It’s one I reference frequently when I need a poem or two to meditate on! I have trouble reading books on Kindle — I’m a much faster reader when I can hold a book in my hands!

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