Linky Thursday

It may be too cold outside to go camping, but it’s always the right temperature when you have a plush felt version!

If you’re looking for a simple, but sharp way to keep warm this New Year’s Eve, stitch up a gorgeous faux fur caplet!

Next time you have to bring a dish to a pot luck, bring it in style.

Keep the kids warm and snuggly with a new pair of pjs (or if they’re like my kids, they hardly change out of them over break).

A pretty way to give a journal to a little girl (although I could definitely modifying for adults, teens, and even boys).

I’m actually not sure how I feel about this shirred legwarmer tutorial, but it’s an interesting way to practice a shirring technique.

Love the look of buttons, but hate to make buttonholes? This Fold-Over Button Pillow give a mock button-up look, without having to make that extra step (plus its a cute project too). It would look great paired up with this Faux Pleated Pillow.

It may be too late to use these adorable Liberty of London Elf Stockings this year, but it’s never too early to start thinking ahead to next – only 363 days until Christmas!

This Kate Spade knock-off may be labeled as a diaper bag, but I’m thinking it’ll make one hot tote for spring!

Whether you’re planning on traveling or just got new brushes as a stocking stuffer, this make-up brush roll is a great way to keep them neat and tidy.

I remember flip chairs when I was in college – now you can learn how to make your own (I’m thinking Easton would love one of these).

This batwing top is perfect for a casual holiday gathering.

2 thoughts on “Linky Thursday

  1. Betty Barratt

    The flip chair…..I printed out the pattern/directions to this one some months back, but I’m just not at the level to do this one. When/if you make one, I’d love to see it.

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    1. Stacy

      I’m going to ‘price’ this project before I work on it. I’m afraid this is one of those things that could get very expensive, very quickly!

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