I picked up some glass head pins from Sajou recently. They feel very timeless in my hands and if you iron them, they don't melt like pins that have plastic heads. I could not find a good link to get them at Bagsmith, but I purchased them there in a convention show booth.
Collecting and using beautiful tools is something I love to do as it makes the quilting process all that more enjoyable. I started a flickr set for my photos of pin cushions. Feel free to add a photo of your favorite to the pincushion group if you have a cool one.
Since Easter is coming, this year I want to try and make some neon dyed Easter eggs.
I also saw a recent Lego creation where the builder made little collections of figures out of very simple Lego towers. I am not sure I can guess who all of these are, but they were pretty cool. I can get some of them...Simpsons, Bert & Ernie, Smurfs...
I was wondering if this Japanese Cat Camera called Necono might be an interesting first digital camera for my son. The camera itself is in the shape of a cat. I'm a huge sucker for Japanese plastics.
For the last couple of issues, I have been enjoying a Japanese magazine called Giorni. Have you ever read it? They even did an article on Liberty of London recently.