After a few minutes of rummaging around in my closet, I had everything I needed to make my own pom pom panama hat.
I used teeny tiny multi-colored pom pom trim, but you can use any size or color trim — I really like this white on white option — it all looks cute. If sewing isn’t your thing, you could use hot or super glue.
Happy spring! Depending on where you live, I feel like I should congratulate you on making it through another winter. We’ve already had our first 90 degree day in Austin, so my sites are set on spring break and beach reads.
I feel like my to-read list is all over the genre map this season, which I’m actually looking forward to since I’ve been in a reading rut so far this year.
What are you most looking forward to reading this spring?
LaRoseby Louise Erdrich (May 20, 2016) — It’s North Dakota, late summer, 1999: Landreaux Iron hunts a deer on the property bordering his own, but after he fires he realizes he’s hit something else.
The Nest by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney (March 22, 2016) — A warm, funny and acutely perceptive debut novel about four adult siblings and the fate of the shared inheritance that has shaped their choices and their lives.
Modern Lovers by Emma Straub (May 31, 2016) — From the New York Times‒bestselling author of The Vacationers, a smart, highly entertaining novel about a tight-knit group of friends from college—their own kids now going to college—and what it means to finally grow up well after adulthood has set in.
The Girls by Emma Cline (June 14, 2016) — Compare any book by anything from Jeffrey Eugenides and I’m in. The Girls is said to be an indelible portrait of girls, and of the women they become.
Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld (April 19, 2016) — From the author of Prep, a modern retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Which…I’ve never read. I might want to do that.
SweetBitter by Stephanie Danler (May 24, 2016) — A year in the life of a uniquely beguiling young woman, set in the wild, alluring world of a famous downtown New York restaurant. I expect this novel to take itself way too seriously and I cannot wait.
Three-Martini Lunch by Suzanne Rindell (April 5, 2016) — From the author of The Other Typist(which still has me scratching my head) comesan evocative, multilayered story of ambition, success, and secrecy in 1950s New York.