Linky Thursday

Don’t forget, today is the last day to enter to win a yard of Amy Butler fabric!

Transform an old jacket into new dog coat. It’s projects like these I wish we had a dog.

If you’ve ever had your eye on Amy Butler’s Gumdrop Pillows but didn’t want to send awaycould find the pattern, look no further…. here’s a free poof tutorial that has the same vibe.

If one of your New Year’s resolutions included working out, chances are you’ll need some new clothes. Learn how to make this racerback tee – perfect for layering and staying comfy!

Speaking of working out… if you’re into yoga and looking for a new bag to stash your mat, you’ll definitely want to check out this tutorial!

Everyone has scraps, but rarely do we know what to do with them. Now you can take some of your pretty leftovers and turn them into a new clutch!

If you bring your lunch to work, skip the paper bag and store it in style with this lunchbag tutorial (and proof that the fabric makes all the difference in the project, check out this cute version here).

I’m a sucker for a good bag project. Even though I don’t carry around pencils I still want to make a case for them.

“Baby it’s Cold Outside”… so bundle up with this new Fabric.comHotPattern’s vest!

Not only is this thread catcher a great way to keep your sewing area neat, but it twists and tucks inside itself when you’re ready to store it!

5 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Beth

    I love the very clear instructions for the racerback tshirt! We have a brand new Joanns and it’s celebrating the grand opening — and I have COUPONS! Looks like it’s a great opportunity to bravely go into the knits world!

    1. Stacy

      Once you start you won’t want to sew much else! :) Actually, I just went there yesterday and found some nice jersey in great colors (it was 12.99/yd, but with a coupon it made it a good price!).

      1. Beth

        Would double knit work for this? I saw some at the new Joann’s but didn’t buy ANYTHING — the lines were outrageous. I would have been stuck in there for at least an hour just to get fabric cut and paid for. They clearly did not schedule enough workers for the grand opening.

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