Hi friends, No, I don’t mean golf. I’m the least likely golfer there is – besides being terribly unathletic, I also know that I’d rather be crafting. It would only be a matter of time before my golf club whacked a ball of yarn instead of a golf ball, or I punctured the tire on the golf cart with a DPN! What I'll be doing this weekend rather than golfing. What I mean, of course, is that I’ve found a great link or three to share with you this weekend. Since I started sewing clothes, I’ve found a couple sewing blogs I really enjoy: Selfish Seamstress and Yoshimi the Flying Squirrel are two of them. These ladies really know what they’re doing – very inspiring. (And funny.) Is there an age-limit on playing with paper dolls? Because when The Black Apple’s Paper Doll Primer comes out, I am surely going to break that limit. What fun! I almost lost it when I saw this round-up of crafty moustaches on Etsy. Awesome. Have we ever talked about ceramics on Make+Do? I don’t think so. Go on over to Dahlhaus to get your fill from this talented Canadian! Have you checked out Daintytime, Sherri Lynn Wood’s blog? She adds to the discussion on modern/mutant quilting in this post. An interview with Sandra Juto at Bliss in a Teacup. Sandra’s blog is a daily read for me; it’s like looking through a window on life in Gothenburg. This roundup of stunning cut-paper art left me with my mouth hanging open. Wow. I went to Fabricland at lunch because I heard they’re having a sale, and it was bonkers: we’re talking 4.5 metres of linen blend for $25 total! (Seriously.) The best part, though, was the new-to-me rack of D-rings, belt loops, suspender clips and other belt-type paraphernalia. I went a little crazy…and now I think there’s one of these in my immediate future. (You can see it all in that photo up top.) Alrighty, I’ve got a few things to clear up before the weekend, so I’m going to go do that. Be careful out there, and I’ll see you on Monday! You might also like:Crafter Q+A: Andrea Sabean of Artisan in the ... Crafter Q&A: Denise Wild of The Sewing St... Feature craft: Make a bookshelf into a desk Feature craft: Kid's bedroom ideas Calling all crafters!