Linky Thursday on a Friday

Sew Sweetness bags are always so well designed and now you can try out one for free with this Kennedy Bag pattern. Speaking of Sew Sweetness, did you notice Sara’s awesome new Tula tattoo?

Homecoming is right around the corner which means it’s time for MUMS (while they aren’t popular here, I lived in Texas and they are a big deal). Learn how to make your own (or just check out how big they really are) here.

Create a different kind of kimono with this knotted front design.

Everyone needs a great basic shirt pattern like this v-neck version from Melly Sews.

This convertible bodysuit starts with a purchased pair of underwear and 2 yards of fabric. Clever!

Pumpkin Spice Lattes are back and I feel an (occasional) chill in the air. So why not whip up a new fall skirt?

A sweet little dress for girls that’s perfect for charity sewing. Not only is the Play All Day dress quick to sew, it doesn’t use much fabric either.

Stop buying clip-on purse handles from retailers. Learn how to make your own, instead. If you buy a few extra swivel clips when your shopping for your handle hardware, you can use them to make matching luggage tags as well.

Taking the clutter off your desk, learn how to organize your office or sewing room with this handy wall pocket organizer tutorial by Nancy Zieman.

Show everyone your love for fall by sewing this Fall Applique Pillow.

Novelty pillows are always a fun addition to any room, like this giant ice cream cone.

Looking for a quick bag to make to head out this weekend? Be sure to check out this tutorial for a drawstring bag with ribbon (or cording) ties.

Need a maxi dress that isn’t a tank? Be sure to check out this kimono sleeve version instead.