Linky Thursday

This week was National Pet Day and if you’re looking for something to sew up for your dog or cat that isn’t clothing, be sure to check out this waste bag holder with treat pocket (while your’e at it, you can make a matching scrappy leash) or this junk food cat toys (I’m going to guess this won’t hold up for dogs). Chickens don’t need to be left out of the day, when you sew up this chicken jacket.

Another great modification of It’s Always Autumn’s (free) Classic Tee pattern this time transforming it into a midi dress.

This modern duffle is perfect for showcasing large prints and coordinating fabrics (not to mention it’s a great size for traveling).

Love the shirt, but hate the neckline? Learn how to turn a crew neck into a V-neck with this handy tutorial or try your hand at WabiSobi’s latest reconstruction, The Butterfly Tee.

Bean bag chairs are the perfect fit for kids reading nooks. This one sews up in 30 minutes.

Don’t ditch those old work shirts. Transform them into adorable little girl’s dresses (sizes 12m – 5T) or a color blocked top for women.

Tired of lugging around craft supplies? This art tote keeps everything handy and is easy to carry.

One can never have enough pincushions. This kaleidoscope version is pretty and a great way to use up scraps.

This pretty little pillow is perfect for spring decorating. Looking for something bolder? Then be sure to check out this sunflower pillow.

Sleep sacks are a great way to keep baby warm without the need for blankets. This mermaid version is practical and adorable and perfect for gift giving!

Summer will soon be here before we know it. Get ready to hit the pool or beach with one of these easy to sew sunbathing companions.

Sometimes the oddest things pop up on my Pinterest – this time I had to share. Face masks. And if that pattern doesn’t work, then this one comes in a wide variety of sizes.