Linky Thursday

There are still plenty of opportunities to win Crochet Adorned as Linda makes her way around the blog tours. Speaking of crochet, be sure to stop by Not Martha for a chance to win a copy of Creature Crochet.
Since Anne (of Needle Nook Fabrics fame) is a wonder at teaching and sewing everything bras, it should come to no surprise that her daughter has released her own bra pattern!
Last year I dabbled in making bath bombs. I have plenty of materials left over to make more, so this Bath Bomb Inspiration page will definitely come in handy!
A much cuter way to keep your schoolbooks neat than paper bags.
Sew yourself up a scalloped front skirt – gorgeous!
When Easton was younger he HAD to be swaddled in order for him to sleep. These swaddling blankets by The Purl Bee would have been a gorgeous way to do it – that is until he got too strong and would wiggle his way out. That’s when The Snuggler would have been an ideal option!
How to alter a sleeve pattern to puff the sleeves.
I love quick and easy ways to spruce up a purchased top, this Petal Ruffle Puff Sleeve Top is definitely one of the cutest! [link via Craft]
The Weekend Designer doesn’t limit themselves to fabulous clothing, this week the project is an elegant swag.
I’m always on the lookout for Christmas gift ideas. I’m keeping this purse organizer in mind for this year!

C&T Publishing is having a Simplicity Studios giveaway
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How to sew a cute ruffled top for your little girl. [link via WhipUp]

2 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Mary

    Great links this week Stacy! I just received a purse organizer similar to the one you posted, but this one was made from a placemat. The placemat gave it great body…I can see making these for Christmas gifts. It is time to start gearing up for Christmas!!! 🙂

  2. bernadette

    Really fun projects this week, Stacy. Thanks!
    Most likely thing I’ll make: the purse organizer, for myself and for gifts. It would have made great teacher gifts – back in the day. Also so easy they could also be made as party favors for a holiday lady’s luncheon.

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