Link Thursday

Make a cute little Yule House Ornament – a great scrap project!
There’s something about those Swedish Dala horses that I find so adorable, that’s why I find this applique stocking so cute. Learn how to make one of your very own.
Sweet little caroling dolls. Unfortunately, I think Easton would use these as bowling pins… boys!

Threadbanger teaches you how to make your own ruffled dress just in time for the holidays.

Stop by Sew News everyday for the next 12 days for loads of prizes. Yes, it’s the 12 Days of Giveaways!
Knit up a tiny tree ornament to adorn your tree this year.
Tips on how to make a holiday dress.
Needing a tag to finish off your gift? Lisa has a huge listing of free tags available for download!
I joined (another) swap on Craftster this week – a scarf swap. Consequently, I’m on the hunt for some great sewing projects like this Ruffled Knit Scarf tutorial for my partner.
Snail Soup – I just find this (non-sewing) project so fun and clever… I can’t wait until Easton is old enough to understand this ‘gag’.
These fabric covered notepads would make a great project for the teacher or ‘Secret Santa’ partner in your life.
‘Decorate’ you couch for winter with snowflake pillows!
Giving clothes you’ve sewn as a gift this holiday season? Then why not make a matching fabric hanger (with scented satchel) to go with it?

4 thoughts on “Link Thursday

  1. Sarah

    Hi Stacy – Thanks for the great links. For your scarf, have you ever made a chenille scarf? It is a really, really fun project and easy. The only issue is you would need a chenille cutter. I’ll see if I can find a tutorial online.

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