Linky Thursday

I am in love with this adorable lunchbento bag. Too bad I never have a place to take my lunch to (maybe this could double as a purse?).

Have a few scarves lying around? Why not turn them into something fabulous like a new top, a pair of shorts, or even some accent pillows?

A fun and simple clutch made from 3 fat quarters.

Enter to win some gorgeous Heather Ross fabric and Crafty Chloe – a children’s book she’s illustrated.

This project may be labeled for ‘moms-to-be’, but the same ruched look can be made for any ready-to-wear toptunic.

Love a t-shirt’s fabric, but the style is too dated? Turn it into a pretty pencil skirt.

This project has nothing to do with sewing or the springlike weather, but it’s so fun and ‘geeky’ I just couldn’t pass up sharing it: Star Wars Snowflakes (complete with all the templates you need to make your own). But if you’re needing something to wear, just pick out one of these ‘nerd shoes’ tutorials and you’ll be set!

Because everyone has a button down shirt in their closet that is much too large: (strapless) Shirt Dress.

Keep your hair out of your face this summer while still looking stylish. Stitch up one of these reversible headbands!

This bag is called “Grab & Go” (I think it’s perfect look for going to the beach or pool this summer).

2 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Beth

    I’ve only gone through part of the list, but the scarf summer shirt is just too darn amazingly easy peasy!!! I’ve got to find two scarves and make this!

    Gotta love Linky Thursday!!!

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