Thursday’s Links

Have a lot of remnants lying around? Then check out this cute scrap sack tutorial.
Everything you need to know about selecting a thimble.
Amy Butler has a new freebie – the Business Card Holder (click on Free Patterns for a popup window with the pattern listings)
An easy no pattern top by Threads Magazine – the Twist-It-Up Bandeau.
Because I’m a firm believer you can never have to many handbags…. “not a funeral” bag [link via Niki’s Ventures], messengerlaptop bag, and the Frounchess Bag.
Easton may be too young for this hat, but I’m keeping the Eddie Cap tutorial in mind for when he gets older.
If you have a little helper in your kitchen you may want to whip them up this retro apron. [link via Apron A Day]
Another t-shirt alteration. The style on this one reminds me of Jalie’s Sweetheart top. [link via Innovative Sewing]
If you use foreign pattern magazines and have had some difficulty translating the sewing terms, be sure to check out Monkeyroom’s links for a variety of sites with language translations.

4 thoughts on “Thursday’s Links

  1. Amy

    Stacy…I mailed your very overdue gift yesterday…Easton may already be too big for one of the items…so save it for a “recycle” gift. I have not been in my studio for weeks… thanks for the great links…I’m going to get downstairs and fire up the machine this morning 🙂

  2. bernadette

    Love the T- shirt alteration – although I would
    consider it really just a re-use of fabric since none of the original t-shirts’ construction is used! Which means it is also a great idea for using scraps of knit fabric. Cool!
    Also love the various bags since I don’t yet have a summery bag and that ruffled one caught my eye – maybe another scrap project since the fabrics could be all different types.

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