cozy long cardi

cozy long cardi

Ladies, I have to tell you about this exact cardigan I just got from Lemon Drop Love!!!! Why? Because it’s seriously incredible! I wish you could see it in real life because you just don’t know how good it is until you feel it and see how it moves. The stitching is incredible too. And I don’t say this lightly… it is my new favorite cardigan!!!!

It also has pockets!!! Need I say more?!

I don’t want to make you feel like you need a long cardigan if you don’t because I never want to be that girl. BUT if you are even thinking of getting one… you need THIS ONE! It’s just $39 and you get 15% off of your purchase with code LEMON at checkout. I’m not sure how long that discount will last so I would snag it sooner than later!

What draws me to this cardigan even more is that it looks polished enough to wear on a date night (or to Bible study like I did tonight!!!), but it also can be worn around the house as I play with my kids and do housework (like I did all day!!!). haha

The other reason I love this sweater and the whole shop itself is that it’s run by someone who is truly seeking the Lord and doing his work, which seems so rare in this day. is founded by Nancy Johnson who I grew up knowing from church and who worked with her husband to start a branch of Youth for Christ in my hometown. They have since moved their family to Colorado, where they continue to touch lives and spread joy… errr… lemon drops of love!

I posted about them here too!

Really, it’s a shame you can’t feel the fabric on this thing, it’s so soft, sturdy, and cozy!

By the way, how do you like my curtain choice in our dining room? 😛 When we moved into this house we brought some curtains from our old house with us. After putting up all the curtains again in our new house I realized I had a problem. I didn’t have 4 matching panels for our two window dining room! Well, you can be sure I put my college degree to work with my epic problem solving skills (kidding) and decided to match the two panels on the inside of both windows and then match the panels on the outside. Subtle, but still there. Maybe some day I’ll save my pennies to change it, but for now we don’t mind.

I’m sure you don’t really care about my curtains, but these are the things I put way too much thought into. However, I’ve got your attention still so I’m going to inform you of what I decided about my dining room curtain situation for *someday* in the future: I want a crazy colorful pattern for the future curtains to spice up our dining room, which currently looks too normal for my taste- hehe. In fact, I would love it to look like a watercolor brushstroke frenzy with bright colors. And then I would line the edges with some sort of gold fringe. Don’t judge me… I like a little drama, a little color, and a whole lot of interesting in my design style. It makes me happy and helps me feel cozy at home…. and I think that should be the whole point of interior design.

Continuing on with my interior design rant… I’m not into crazy colors on the walls, unless done sparingly and thoughtfully. I would rather have a color somewhere easier to change, like artwork (please feel free to browse mine here), throw pillows, or curtains.

Let me know if you have any questions about the cardigan… or if you have any questions about your curtains… I can give lots of crazy artist recommendations! Sometimes I wonder if I should have called this blog the Cray Cray Artist instead 😉



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