Linky Thursday

Personalize your plastic coupon organizer by sewing on a fabric cover.

Chances are you have a stack of vintage hankies that you’ve acquired that is just sitting in a drawer (at least that’s where mine is at). Instead of hiding them, show them off and create some beautiful Vintage Pillow Covers.

The latest issue of Stitch magazine is out. The one project that stood out for me was this adorable Babydoll dress (I love that neckline). Instructions can be found in the magazine, but my guess is a lot of you can figure out how to construct it without them.

Lila Tueller has a new giveaway up with a chance to win a fat quarter bundle of her latest fabrics, Isabella. Hurry, this one ends tomorrow!

An adorable Valentine Bunting (if you read the next entry, you can find out more about the cool fabric paint she used to create it).

Download the Reversible Bucket Bag and while you’re there, enter to win a copy of The Bag Making Bible. I have this book (I’ll be writing a review soon) and HIGHLY recommend it.

Learn how to save on interfacing yardage, but still fuse it to your fabric before you cut.

Coraline is a HUGE favorite at our house… if we had a pair of these gloves, a fight might break out as to who gets to wear them first.

Stitch up a case for you Kindle.

There’s no sewing involved, but these recycled t-shirt bags are too cute (and quick to make) not to share. Of course, if you’re itching to sew up a bag, these super quick drawstring bag instructions show you how to exclusively use your serger to create one, but also has instructions for a standard machine.

Learn how to create a pretty, decorative felt heart.

Who said log caddies had to just be functional? This one is beautiful too.

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