Fabric Yoyo Shirts & Dutch Babies Re-run

A couple weeks ago when I posted my recipe for Dutch Babies Martha, from "Lines from Linderhof" commented that she always made her version of Dutch Babies in cast iron skillet (we had always just made ours in a glass baking dish).

My Nanny (who I got the recipe from) was here visiting this week, as well as my Aunt & Great Aunt, so we decided to try making dutch babies in a cast iron skillet and they were delicious!

If you've never tried these you totally should.  You can click the photo below to go to my post with the recipe....   from now on I will definitely always make them in a cast iron skillet.

On another recent blast from the past a few weeks ago I showed you some shirts I had fancied up using fabric yoyos sewn from fabric scraps I had.  

Well, I'm kind of addicted now and I've been at it again.  I gathered up some more scraps and a few nights ago I had so much fun sewing up fun little designs.

I will either sale these at my Fall shows or will hold onto them for gifts.

So far I've only played around with yoyo designs on children's clothes but now I'm wanting to get some adult tank tops and see how they look jazzed up with some yoyos made from more elegant fabric scraps. 

Well I'm off now to get back to work.  One of my favorite Fall craft shows (the Amish Auction & Craft Show in Clarita, Oklahoma) is this weekend and I have so much to do to get prepared!  If you are in the area I highly recommend you come check it out.  It is the largest one day event in the state of Oklahoma 



  1. Thanks for the nice comment! Glad you liked it in the skillet!

    1. I really don't know why it never occurred to use to try it in a cast iron skillet I just love them that way. I made another pan of them for lunch today.

  2. Never heard of the baked Dutch babies, they look delicious. Your yoyos add a great touch of colour.

  3. Adorable yo-yo's. I love Dutch babies! Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

  4. Just wanted to let you know the link to your other post doesn't work. Or at least, it didn't work for me just now.

  5. We love yo-yos too! I love this shirt idea! Great stash buster! Visiting from Making Monday's Marvolous and am a new follower. It would be great if you'd follow me back at http://parklandparish.blogspot.com/2012/09/quick-gifts.html

  6. Love the idea of using your fabric scraps. The black, white, orange is so cute! I would love for you to come link up to my Get Social link party that's live right now. Come share your awesome blog! http://alivedinhome.blogspot.com/2012/09/get-social-sunday_8.html

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