Linky Thursday

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It’s graduation season which means it will soon be time to hand out gifts. If your present includes gift cards, then check out this great tutorial for a gift card casebusiness card holder.

Pillowcases don’t just have to be for sleeping or little girls dresses. Now you can transform one into a top for yourself.

Speaking of pillowcases, I stumbled across this tutorial for a great looking, 15-minute pillowcase (with french seams). I think I may make a personalized one for Taylor when she goes to cheer camp.

If you’ve been admiring Maria from Denmark’s kimono tees, here’s your chance to make your own.

I didn’t think it was possible to make a ruffled tote without sewing, but this tutorial proved me wrong. I still think I’d stick to sewing, but this is a good guideline on how to cut your fabric, etc.

Have some fabric scraps or just a great rainbow assortment of fabric? Then you’ll definitely want to check out this sewing kit tutorial…. it would also make a great mother’s day gift too!

No one would ever guess that this shirt started it’s life out as a handkerchief. Learn how to make one for yourself…. maybe in silk?

Who says diaper covers have to be boring? This one upcycles a fun t-shirt.

Smock an XL men’s shirt to transform it into a little girl’s dress!

I love purse frames (but I think I’m too chicken to try one) so I was immediately attracted to this tutorial on how to make your own using recycled and vintage coin purses.

2 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Helen

    Ooooo i love the kimono tee pattern. I have some patterned jersey that needs a simple style like this.

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