Ironing Board

24 Jun 19
Musings from the Home

As any mother knows, there must be a method to the madness of laundry. It just so happens, however, that the chore of laundry is one of my favorite things to do.  And why?  Because the machine does all the cleaning.  All I have to do is calmly shut the laundry room door and fold […]

24 Jun 19
Lifestylestrom

Organizing your home is a great way to make it look tidy and also helps in quickly retrieving any item when you most need it. With the help of a range of home storage and organisation products, you can improve the aesthetics as well as functionality of your home. Shop for home storage and organisation […]

24 Jun 19
A Single Wanderer

The Mahogany Bay Resort Curio Collection by Hilton was really the only major chain hotel I could find available when I was going. You should have more options in the coming months as it looks like other major brands will be setting up shop there as well. So you should be able to use hotel […]

24 Jun 19
rogermoorepoet

  Poem for the Welsh grandmother I never really knew Six o’clock! The cuckoo whirrs its clockwork arrow from the dark wood of its ambush and the flight of my granny’s forgotten youth flashes before my eyes to be buried among the trees. Cats! I can still count her 1, 2, 3 cats, each one […]

24 Jun 19
seethatprettygirl

I am sitting here smiling widely about the announcement I made that this blog will be about my life. Heehee….it is a bit funny that while my friends might really enjoy learning little known facts about me new readers might think, “Who is this woman and who the heck cares?” Come on, that’s hysterical! Well, […]

23 Jun 19
Jim Lippman

Jim Lippman Invites You To Stay At The Roger Hotel From its spacious guestrooms (many of which have private terraces and cozy balconies) to the NYC-centric provisions of its popular Breakfast Pantry, The Roger radiates warmth and elegance. A fixture on fashionable Madison Avenue, this stylish boutique hotel elevates the big city experience with cozy late-afternoon […]

23 Jun 19
Amy Loves to Sew

These funky little gift tags are a wonderful handmade embellishment to make your presents look extra pretty, and can go on to become a lovely keepsake from a special occasion. They are also a brilliant scrap-buster project, using up your fabric scraps as well as those half-used bobbins. And they are a great way to […]

23 Jun 19
Wave eStore

HUU2968Features Compact table top ironing board with steel mesh ironing top for touch up and small space ironing Folds up, fits behind doors and hangs over doors Smooth cotton cover with trellis pattern and attached 3 mm fiber pad Retractable iron rest and leg brace to lock ironing board open Product Type: Tabletop Color: Gray […]

23 Jun 19
Amy Loves to Sew

Making your own decorative fabric is a wonderful way to use up left over material, and one of my absolute favourite scrap-buster projects. There are infinite possibilities of colour combinations and, best of all, tonnes of creative and relaxing free motion embroidery. You can’t get this wrong, you can do whatever you fancy. In short, […]

23 Jun 19
Wave eStore

Woolite Iron and Ironing Board Wall Mount Holder: Iron and ironing board wall mount holder Easy to install Fits most standard-sized irons Neatly stores iron cord Holds T and Y shaped iron boards Hardware included Dimensions: 5.7″W x 3.5″D x 12.2″H [price_with_discount] Click Here to Buy

23 Jun 19
From This Cloth

OK, I can’t resist a groan-inducing pun, but if you’ve ever found yourself converting skeins to balls, then you know what I mean. Skeins can tangle. They require a 2nd pair of hands (or a chair back / ironing board / door handle) for holding. Plus, winding balls of yarn is… not very mentally engaging. […]