Linky Thursday

Valentine’s day is just around the corner. What a better way to spend the holiday than sewing up one of these Loveable Retro Playsuits.

If you’re looking for a challenging, but gorgeous handbag to sew up this weekend, you definitely need to check out Urban Jungle. It’s hard to believe this is a free tutorial.

Finding a handmade project for men can sometimes be difficult. This wallet not only recycles a leather skirt, but is just for the guys. Of course, while you’re at it, why not whip up something for yourself like this organizer wallet?

This project for recycled paper baskets makes me wish I had a lot of scraps laying around – it’s adorable!

It’s not a party until there’s a cat in a party hat. Seriously, though, this is one cute project.

Sometimes an ‘ordinary’ project can look ‘extraordinary’ when it’s made in just the right fabric. Sew4Home’s cedar sachet is a great example – turning a simple scented pouch into something that would look beautiful hanging in your closet.

If your winter is anything like ours, it’s feeling almost spring-like some days – so it’s never to early to think ahead to those warm summer nights sitting outside. Now’s a great time to start making a few Pipe Sling Chairs for the kids!

Recycle a pair of jeans into a ruffled project bag.

Two skirts in one. Learn how to sew a reversible scalloped hem skirt.

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  1. Betty

    I printed out the jeans/ruffle project. It looks so cute and I can think of many places I would use one or two of these. Thank you for posting all these wonderful links.

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