Linky Thursday

The author of this tutorial calls her design, The Snack Bandolier. I prefer, The Hotwheels Gunbelt – brilliant creation (although I’m 99% sure that Easton wouldn’t wear this for more than 5 minutes)!

Protect your e-reader in style when you take it to the pool this summer with this pretty patchwork sleeve.

A great quilted potholder tutorial that’s almost too pretty to use.

It’s summer time and everyone needs a pair of sandals! Learn how to make a pair for a baby in your life.

I love these little stuffed turtles. Not only are they adorable for little kids, but I’m thinking it would make a perfect pincushion!

Make an apron dress and win a prize package including a signed copy of The Party Dress Book.

Skip the commercialpaper gift bags this year and sew your own. These only use a fat quarter!

I think Anthropologie has to be one of the most inspirational ‘designers’ for a lot of tutorials. Here’s another one: The Bow Bag.

Have a special occasion that needs a special pair of shoes? This tutorial will show you have to cover yours in lace.

When temperatures are soaring into the 100s, it’s hard to think ahead to winter, but this firewood sling is too easy not to share! By the way, I’m also loving this Baby Granny hat as well – I wonder if it could fit my (small sized) head?

Headbands are an easy way to accessorize any look, but the really pretty ones are insanely expensive. Learn how to make your own.

I may not have a little girl anymore, but I still think that Girls World looks like a great book to own (and I really want to try that stuffed do pattern!). Try to win yourself a copy of it here. Speaking of books, thelongthread.com‘s book trailer (I love book trailers) is live plus she’s giving away a copy of 1, 2, 3 Sew.

3 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Virginia

    I love your linky Thursday and can’t wait to try the fat quarter gift bag. The Granny Square hat is also adorable and to make sure it fits an adult head, I’ll probably just go up a hook size to make it a little bit bigger.

  2. Kris C.

    I love the baby sandals and have a few recipients in mind this summer! However, I’ve never looked at that site before and maybe missed something – is there a sandal pattern to download somewhere? The pictures show the step-by-step making, but I’m not sure where to find a pattern to cut the pieces.

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