Linky Thursday

Don’t forget to enter to win a copy of The Paper Pieced Home. A fun way to bring a bit of patchwork into every room!

I am in awe of these beautiful fabric purse handles – I may have to try making them for myself the next time I sew a purse.

The cutest, fluffiest Easter skirt you’ll want your little girl to wear.

Mix and match your denim to make an essential denim dress.

I’ve been seeing lots of jumpsuits in stores lately and I’m tempted to buy one…. but who wants to buy one when you can stitch it up yourself? This tutorial morphs two patterns to make your own.

Ever wondered what my sewing room looks like, clean? Here’s a peek into where I work (more on this next week).

Making vests cool to wear when it’s not time to dress up – The Punk Vest for boys (if your child is not a size 5, you’ll need to resize this pattern).

This isn’t any ordinary cosmetic bag. This one has an attachment for your brushes too!

Looking for a great gift card holder? This little pouch is the perfect ‘bag’. Looking for something that sews a little faster? It can’t get any quicker than these 5-minute gift card holders!

On spring break? Looking for a new bag to bring back to work\school? This Foldover Tote can carry all your essentials and then some.

If you love Tula Pink’s new line of fabrics, then you’ll definitely want to put them to good use with this free tote pattern.

Want to cover your shoulders a bit more when wearing your new spring dress? Try sewing a pretty lace bolo.

These sweet little fabric Easter baskets are perfect for stashing candy, but would make a great storage container after your done too.

I have always loved Topsy Turvy dolls (who wouldn’t love two dolls in one?) – Learn how to make one here.