Linky Weekend

To make up for the fact I missed Thursday’s Linky post, I thought it would be a good idea to post a few ‘extras’ – after all it is the weekend which will give you more surfing material:
If you’re low on sewing time, check out this tutorial for the 5 minute skirt. It would be perfect for this month’s Skirt Sew Along where you could win Wendy Mullin’s latest book.
This week’s Threadbanger episode: How to make a cool summer cap out of an old pair of pants.
Win yourself a bundle of fat quarters. [link via Craft Gossip]
You could be a part of Vickie Howell’s Craft Corps.
These workbaskets are absolutely adorable! Too bad I already made a project for my latest swap. [link via Craft]
Looking to win a free book? Just fill out this entry form at Craft Stylish.
Cute felt food. [link via The Crafty Crow] Looking at these makes me want to buy a book like this one.
I probably shouldn’t be submitting this link because I really want to win this one, but here’s your chance to win a gorgeous quilt made with Ginger Blossom fabric line.
Stop buying those packages of felt beads and learn how to make your own! [link via Whip Up]
A cute oilcloth project and tips on how to work with this material.
How to keep your sewing machine healthy.
Adding another bag to my ‘must sew list’ – this cute (and free) box bag. [link via Some of a Kind]
Make your own refashioned draped neck top from the girls at Stitch Lounge.
The more people that enter this contest, the more people win! Leave a comment in this Sue Bleiweiss post and you could win their choice of a free 4 issue subscription to Fibre & Stitch or their choice of any journal from her etsy shop. [link via Craft Gossip]
Make your own cute mushroom.
Looking for free projects? SewStylish has a HUGE list of where to find them.

One thought on “Linky Weekend

  1. Laura

    Stacy,
    I love your blog and your inspiration. I recently started my own blog. I was excited to see your link about the felt food today as I’ve been really getting into making some for my little boys. If you’d like to see what I’ve made so far, check out my blog. THANKS again for your inspiring work!

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