Linky Thursday

Who needs Vera Bradley when you can make your own fabulous duffel?

If you do machine embroidery, here’s a few fun things to check out: A free teacher design and a chance to win a Hatch Embroidery Customizer digital software.

When I first started sewing, I fell in love with a quilting book about houses. This table runner reminds me of that book. Now if I could just remember that books name!

I must be in a weird mood today because when I saw this whale softie pattern, all I could think of is this video (this is some profanity).

This easy to sew skirt is a great transition piece into fall. While you’re on the site, be sure to check out her tutorial for (non-sewing) giant paper flowers – this is such a big trend this year in party decorating. While you’re at it, you can make a whole floral garland too!

Halloween candy is already showing up in stores, so why not get a jump on the holiday and sew up a quilted table runner.

A cook way to use clear vinyl that isn’t just a “window” on an id case: confetti bows.

Give your tops some interest with a fun fashion flounce.

What can two charm packs make? How about this adorable baby quilt.

Paper pieced pencils totally make this back to school drawstring bag extra special.

This wrap tie shirt is a fun take on a traditional top.