Linky Thursday

I’m going to start off today’s Linky Thursday with a NSFW entry: The Shock Jock Flirt Boxer and Brief by designer Andrew Christian (I’d send you to his site to check out the underwear as well, but some of the photos aren’t much more tasteful). I guess the logic is: since women can have padded, push up bras men can have padded (more like prosthetic), push up ‘supports’ themselves? Now is the ‘watch and wait’ for ‘knock offs’ to start showing up on etsy… unless they already exist.

49 of the 50 states currently have snow on the ground. Put that cold, wet stuff to good use and dye some fabric.

Unfinished projects? Host a party, post some pictures, and be entered into a drawing for 3 fabulous sewing books. Find out more, here.

Hemming jeans – we all dread it because the end result never looks ready-to-wear. Here’s a two part series on how to get the perfect fit without sacrificing the RTW style.

Simple, functional, and perfect for the cook – felt hot pads.

Seeing that I’ve joined two scarf swaps this month, it only seems fitting I follow a Scarf-a-Day website (for the month of January).

If you’re looking for a way to keep yourself warm and you love owls, then this pattern is just for you!

A felted and redesigned wool sweater tutorial by Kenneth King.

The Triangular Pouch may be my new ‘box bag’ style obsession.

A great way to use up scraps and make you children happy – indietutes baby doll tutorial.

Help those effected by the flood in Australia – not only are you helping those in need, but you could also win a contest. Make a donation to Premier’s Flood Relief Appeal then enter your receipt number in this post to win a Ric-Rac original.

Feeling chilled? This warm up wrap tutorial can help with that!