Linky Thursday

Getting ready for spring sewing? This Tulip Dress should be at the top of your list – easy to wear and simple to make!

Whip up a kimono in just an hour.

Get ready for Valentine’s Day with my latest tutorial from WeAllSew. Even if you don’t have an embroidery machine to make the freestanding lace, it’s easy to add your own pocket to this project.

If you’re looking for a more dimensional dollpoppet or just want more of a challenge, be sure to stop by and check out this free patterntutorial from Mimin Dolls (you may need to translate the site). Looking for something with more of a Valentine’s Day theme? Check out this adorable Ferdinand the Frog plush.

I’ve been seeing more celebrities wear ‘fanny packs’ lately – could this be it’s comeback? Just in case, maybe you’ll want to sew up a modern-looking hip pack for this spring (you may need translation software for this one).

Download the Bridget dress, then follow along Love Sewing magazine’s sew along for all the instructions.

The weather outside is freezing, but you can keep your legs warm with a pair of fleece leggings.

Need a quick gift? Whip up a pretty little pouch in 15 minutes.

This Valentine’s Day Tie t-shirt tutorial can work for just about any casual occasion!

Add a bit of flare to your little girl’s wardrobe – stitch her up a pair of legwarmers.

This isn’t just any ordinary pincushion, it has a magnet inside to help you retrieve ones that may have fallen on the floor.

Give your calendar a pretty cover with these easy instructions.

We all know that sewing is hot, but now you can really say it when you stitch up these sewing themed hot pads for your kitchen! They’re almost too cute to use!