Linky Thursday

Tired of boring tees? Change up your shirts by simple color blocking or this draped version.

The latest trend in sweatshirts and active wear is to have them with a cozy, cowl style neck. Learn how to make one for yourself with this free pattern.

Infinity scarves are still a hot accessory this fall\winter. Learn how to sew up a quick single loop version and have it ready by tomorrow!

Messenger style bags are one of my favorites to sew and carry. The Malibu Satchel is a great style that can showcase your fun fabrics.

Speaking of bags, enter to win an entire Serendipity Studio purse prize pack.

Don’t throw out those old jackets – upcycle them into pretty skirts instead!

There’s still plenty of days left before Halloween. Why not sew up a matching (or fun print) Trick-or-Treat bag? Have a bit more time on your hands to sew? This version has compartments for kids who like to hide sort their candy ahead of time.

Two different colors of faux leather are used to make this pretty (and easy to sew) fold-over clutch.

If you love aprons, you won’t want to miss this giveaway of the Flirty Dozen Apron pattern.

Make gloomy a little more fun when you stitch up a raindrop plush.

A pencil case that not only carries more than pencils, it rolls up too (plus it has a fun patchwork technique too)! Need something a bit bigger? Try this busy bag tutorial instead!

It may be (finally) chilly here, but I’m not sure that will stop me from sewing this pretty, loose top (which really looks more like a tank. Site will need to be translated).

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  1. Virginia

    Just have to tell you how much I enjoy your blog, especially linky Thursdays. My pinterest boards are full of things I’ve found through you!

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