Linky Thursday

I think a lot of bag patterns are too small to hold a lot of ‘stuff’, especially when it comes to school. I think this bag might work (plus I love the fabric).

Make yourself a pretty wrap dress without using jersey.

Have a lot of (credit) cards? This tutorial has plenty of room for them all!

I never would have guessed that this dress started out as two shirts.

I love when you can get ‘two bags’ out of one design – like this reversible tie-top handbag.

How did I miss this book?: P.S.– I Made ThisFashion Craft Books) I think I’m going to have to get it because I keep going to her site and finding cute tutorials like this Ruffle Tee.

An interesting way to make ‘the perfect corner’.

This Snap Wrap Dress for girls is so cute, I want one in my size.

Perfect for spring weather: The Sunny Resort Blouse.

Warm weather is here and chances are you’ll be working in the garden or making repairs around the house. Let your little helper chip in by sewing up a children’s toolgarden belt.

Have iPod, will travel! Learn how to make an iPod case you can wear on your arm.

This has got to be some of the cutest baby booties that I’ve ever seen (although did anyone else think that the top model’s shoes has two right feet?) – someone needs to have a girl so I can make these!

Plan on getting mom a camera for Mother’s Day this year? Sew up this camera strap to go along with it!

Turn an old pair of jeans into a cute little bucket.

I’ve seen them all over bags this season: braided handles. Learn how to create this look for yourself with this Braided Handle tote tutorial.

My inner geek wants to sew up this fabric Rubiks Cube.

2 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Robin

    Wow! You found some neat stuff this week… I’m loving those baby booties, the braided handles, the rubik’s cube, and the credit card wallet. Sigh… so many projects, so little time. 🙂

  2. Judi

    I wished I had seen that credit card holder yesterday. The one I made yesterday held only 4 cards. No, I don’t have many CC’s. But I have TONS of those courtesy/customer cards for stores and that would be perfect. Back to the drawing board…thanks, Stacy, you always find so many cool web sites.

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