Linky Thursday

I haven’t made a wrap skirt in age, but this pattern may convince me to give it a go again.

If you loved the look of my Harbor Knot Tank the other day, then you’ll be excited to learn that It’s Always Autumn has a free knot tee available for download. This is only in a size large, but looks easy enough to customize for a more personal fit.

Unicorns are everywhere this year so why not whip up a fleecy unicorn hat to keep the chill off this fall\winter?

Get ready for back to school by whipping up a few of these scrap friendly pencil bags. Looking for a bag that is a little more sophisticated? Then be sure to check out this Stationary Pouch tutorial.

With back-to-school starting for so many, there may not be a lot of road trips in everyone’s future, but your back seat can still stay organized with one of these.

This running band provides handy storage for your phone (or other small essentials) so you can listen to your favorite music while you’re on the go.

I am getting ready to make a box cushion for my mother-in-law. I had a different concept in mind, but this video tutorial makes it look even easier.

Making a convertible travel wrap allows you to wear the same garment in a variety of ways (and stay warm in highly airconditioned places).

Make an adorable stuffy with this Malcolm the Dog pattern.

There seems to be a lot of babies being born (at least around here) recently. These adorable baby booties would make the perfect gift.

Every little girl needs a twirly skirt – and this one is so easy to make, too. But wait, need one in an adult size? Then check out this circle skirt tutorial.

This funky bean bag chair would make a great seat in a reading nook.

I’ve made eye spy bags in the past but this Harry Potter version is definitely a fun themed twist!

This initial pillow says it’ geared toward little girls, but I can totally see whipping one up for a dorm room.