Linky Thursday

This embroidered velvet hoodie may be my next project. I’m pretty sure it’s love. (The tutorial includes the hoodie pattern, this tutorial shows you how to add the embroidery patches… you don’t even need to own an embroidery machine to do this!).

If it’s time to replace your ironing board cover, you’ll definitely want to check this tutorial out – it has pockets! While you’re there, be sure to enter in her contest to win a $30 gift certificate to the Fabric Fairy.

Nothing says fall like flannel. Make yourself a new purse with this flannel and leather tote tutorial.

I must be in the mood for dresses because a lot of (free) patterns and tutorials caught my eye today – like this easy shift dress, a Chanel style frock, and this fun Little Black Dress.

Not in the mood for a dress? How about an easy circle skirt? This one looks like it would be fabulous to twirl in, too.

Christmas is 54 days! Kick off your gift sewing by making a few of these gift totes – in small, medium, and large sizes.

The holidays are rapidly approaching (seriously, where did October go?) and if visiting family and friends are in your plans, you’ll definitely want to sew up a few of these packing cubes to keep yourself organized.

It definitely feels like fall around here so it’s time to crack out the sweater knits and sew up a Hooded Cardigan (with pockets!).

Yesterday I mentioned I was starting a new, v-neck tee pattern. Today I find a free one.

Add some sparkle to your holiday season and sew yourself up a maxi skirt. Then use any of your leftover scraps to make this fun mermaid pillow.

This ruffle hem skirt (for girls) is a great way to use that ruffle foot that’s been sitting in your machine’s accessory pile.