sofa pillow cases Feeling the Heat- Get out of the Kitchen! funny cushion covers
If you're feeling the heat then as the proverb say 'get out of the kitchen' – that's all well and good but families have to be fed and there's only so many salads you can eat in 1 week. Barbecues have moved up in the world f outdoor living and eating. In fact whole kitchens are moving outside as we adopt the concept of outdoor living from our neighbours across the Channel or across the Pond. Be inspired to make our outdoor eating experience more inviting and transport your kitchen， along with appliances outside.
State of the art outdoor kitchens are usually custom made – and I'm sure you'll agree you could easily become accustom to this style of luxury outdoor living. Okay， this may be a show garden but it does give you a good indication of what's available if you're not on a limited budget. From pools to fire pitssofa pillow cases， there's little reason to step foot back inside your home， except when nature calls!linen sheets
This really is home-from-from； complete with plumbed water and electricity it's the ideal outdoor kitchen space – however， it's really for those who live in warmer climates where there's very little rainfall.
Another fabulous custom built outdoor cooking area. This one doesn't appear to have any electricity so it will be fine for the UK. I'm sure you can get fancy covers for the cooker and barbecue.
Fancy something a little more eco-friendly？ Wood burning stoves for pizzas are the ideal answer.
Why not be brave and cook outside all year round？ Just as long as there's sufficient protection for the appliances and you don't mind getting a little wet there's no problem!
Hi, my name is Kari Carr from New Leaf Stitches and I’m here today to tell you that I’m…partial to partial seams. As a designer and teacher I often hear people say they are intimidated by new techniques such as this. My wish is that after this project, you’ll have the confidence to tackle any project, whether the partial seam is used with a square, rectangle or hexagon. Learn how to make this variation on a Quartered Star block that includes partial seams.
Here’s another in our series of Made to Create pillows, this one by Amanda Whitlatch. Don’t you just love her steampunk design? In addition to two assigned accessories –?the BERNINA CrystalWork Tool and Circular Embroidery Attachment #83 –?Amanda also used the PaintWork and CutWork Tools.
We’re totally smitten with thehappy shade of Spice you’re seeing all over the pages of our Fall 2015 catalog. It feels warm, fresh, unexpected, and it coordinates beautifully with any neutrals you may already have in your home (like grays, beiges, blacks, and even navy!).