Linky Thursday

I have a new project up a the Sewing RepublicThe Big Apple Pincushion. While you’re there checking out the pattern, be sure to take their survey and be eligible for a free fabric giveaway ($250 of Bernatex City Girl Fabrics!).
Can’t make it to Quilt Market this year? Then be there virtually! Boutique Cafe is going to be there covering the event and will be offering a LIVE video feed of the event.
Make a Gilded Lace Crown for your little princess.
Need a baby gift in a hurry? Try out this pattern for a Speedy Baby Quilt! [link via Craft Gossip]
Betz White is having not one, but two giveaways! This one doesn’t require a purchase to be eligible to win.
Design your dream sewing machine and you could win $100 in BurdaStyle’s Pimp Your Sewing Machine Contest.
A (free) pattern that combines three of my loves – unusual stuffies, monkeys, and Halloween…. Monkenottukhamun. The stuffies are also available for sale on her Etsy shop. [link via Craft]
I want this, now what to make with it? [link via CraftStylish]
Make your own cloth napkins.
Win yourself a Quick Change Rotary Cutter by Olfa. While you’re entering this contest, be sure to check out Embroidery Treasures entry on How to Match Fabrics.
I recently won You Can Make This reversible bucket hat. I hope to have this put together as soon as my Halloween costumes are complete. For lots of inspiration on his pattern, be sure to check out the Sew Chic Sew Along Flicker group (and many thanks to the Girl Indy Blog for the pattern!).
The iPod cord caddy.
The new Sew Forth Now podcast is up.
These knit monster heads sort of creep me out, but I guess they would keep you warm this Halloween. [link via Craft]
A great article on how to use interfacing.
Hoodie has a new fabric collection out – a gorgeous Asian inspired set called Medetai. I can see myself making some fall purses from this group.
Loobylu is giving away a copy of her book and Kaffe Fassett fabric. Just post your favorite internet recipe to be eligible.
Everlasting patterns.

3 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Lori

    Stacy, thanks for all the links you post, I appreciate all the information and inspiration. Also, thanks for posting when I have a new podcast available.

  2. Carrie

    Great links! I made the monkenottukhamun and he turned out super cute!! I gave it to a friend and her family in their “Boo’ed” basket. Now they are all fighting over it, OOPS.
    She has a new pattern up for a cat too. =)
    Those monster masks are SCARY!!

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