Links for the New Year

Got stuck with a lot of holiday tins this year? Learn how to transform into something more practical for year round storage.
The best bags of 2009 according to whipup.
Learn how to convert a baby sleep gown to a sleep sack.
There’s only one word to describe this cross-stitch….. WOW.
Beware of fraudulent subscription renewal companies.
Have a kid who refuses to wear a hat? Try making this Fauxhawk and the just might keep it on this winter!
How to finish your mitered corners on your quilt back.
Considering that I have a toddler in the house, all my chairs should be covered in oilcloth. Here’s how to make some for yourself.
I’m not a big tea drinker, but I’ve always wanted to make a tea wallet like this one. Maybe I should take it up just so I have an excuse!
My inner Princess Leia wants me to make a pair of these ear muffs to keep me warm this winter.
Lastly, I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year. Thanks for letting me share my sewing ramblings with you for another year!

5 thoughts on “Links for the New Year

  1. Peggy

    Stacy, Thanks for your terrific and helpful blog. Your blog is the first one I look for on my blog list. I wish you and your family a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

  2. Jennifer Perkins

    You should totally make the ear muffs! I bet they took less than 30 minutes (not counting glue drying time) and cost under $10 bucks. Fake hair is cheap and may very well be my new favorite crafting medium.
    Thanks so much for including me on your fun list.

  3. suzie

    Hi Stacy,
    do you know anything about or even heard of Natalie Chanin’s Alabama Stitch Book? Just saw it on my AOL ads…..going to check it out….you may be interested as well.
    Suzie

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