Linky Thursday

Super-easy, no-sew “Wrap-Turned Scarf”. I think a similar technique could be used to recreate Style Arc’s Simply Sally Top.

Make a crib size duvet cover – perfect for a baby or toddler!

Amy Butler is holding a disaster relief fundraiser for the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan. Read here to find out how you can purchase your raffle ticket for a chance to win one of 3 Sweet Life Bags full of goodies.

Not only are these Sweet Tooth Pouches ‘green’, but kids go nuts for them – even Easton has asked for one.

If you’re traveling and have limited space for a child’s chair harness, this tutorial is just for you – it looks like it’s great for keeping little ones from slipping out of their seats.

The Harry Potter series is about to come to a close. If you’re looking to take a bit of the story with you to the next movie, why not make a (Heromine) Little Bag of Secrets?

Learn how to transfer a black and white image to fabric.

Easton uses (cool) bandaids as body art (but refuses to wear them when he has an actual cut). Now you can let your child wear as many bandages as they want without breaking the bank with this DIY Fabric Bandaid tutorial.

A cute little stuffed dinosaur pattern.

Clever: Fabric.com’s tutorial for creating a wedding dress by using (all free patterns) The Nancy Dress and Hot Pattern’s Cupid Cami and Peachy Beachy Cover-up.

Store your hand sewing needles in a simple, yet pretty needle notebook.

Perfect for weekend shopping: A vintage inspired skirt tutorial.

Turn an unflattering dress into a cute top.

5 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Lee

    Stacy I just have to say I love your website. Especially Thursdays!!!! It really shows how you can find a great deal of free projects out there!!! Thanks

  2. Tara Miller

    Thanks for including my Wedding Dress tute! You are the best. Good luck with your Hot Patterns Cowl Shirt. It is also a free pattern download on fabric.com but you only get the one shirt.

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