It's been a while since I've done a Pyrex post. So I figured it was time for an update.Spring Blossom mixing bowl.
Another find: the smallest yellow mixing bowl. I love this size. I have a bowl this size in the wheat pattern and I use it almost every morning to mix eggs. Now I can switch back and for between the two. Talk about shaking up that routine and livening up my day. Doesn't get much more exciting than that, right?
This is my first wee"fridgie" box with a lid. It's so cute. It doesn't have a designated purpose yet (like I would actually put it in my fridge where some careless
child person could possibly drop it), but I'm looking for just the right thing. Suggestions welcome. Did I mention that it's just so cute?
And this one is my new favorite. I've been on the lookout for a pink Gooseberry piece and was so excited to find this one. It's the smallest casserole. minus the lid, but I love it. Pink pyrex is so pretty.
Finally, while we're on the subject, have you seen the pyrex prints in Melody Miller's new Ruby Star Sparkle collections? This print perfectly captures those classic pyrex shapes tne designs. I could not pass them up! Ruby Star Sparkle is available from Fabricworm, Dry Goods Design, and Sew Mama Sew,
A sneak peak of one more fabric collection inspired by retro kitchenware of the 1950's and 1960's, Color Me Retro by Jeni Baker. I've been so excited to see them in person and they don't disappoint. I'm playing with them in preparation for my next Fat Quarter Gang project/tutorial.
I'm trying to figure out what it is that makes me love vintage pyrex pieces. I mean, there's always the bandwagon aspect - they're popular for a reason. I love their shapes and their colors and the fact that they're so functional and I actually use them. (Can you tell I'm trying desperately to prove that I don't belong on Hoarders?)
If you're interested in learning more about Pyrex and patterns, visit the blog Pyrex Love. I just like perusing it for the heck of it sometimes.