Linky Thursday

Getting organized never looked so pretty! Learn how to make these Faithwell Storage Bins.

Looking for a show-stopping bag? Check out this fabric and leather bag – it’s great for beginners too!

Rubik’s cubes are seeing a resurgence (E’s school actually has a competitive team for puzzle cubes). If you have a fan in your household, you’ll definitely want to make one of these fun, puzzle cube footstools.

This scrappy coaster set is a great way to use up scraps and definitely screams spring with these colors!

This Baby Heart quilt is made using log cabin blocks!

One of the best parts of the weather turning nice eating outside. Learn how to make a picnic blanket from bandannas with this easy tutorial. Picnics not your thing? Make these Patio Placemats instead and enjoy dinning outdoors from the comfort of your home, instead.

Box bags are definitely a favorite to sew. I love this pouch because it opens up wide so you can easily see what’s inside.

There’s a lot of travel bag patterns out there, but I love the the fact that this one adds a rolling case sleeve so you can easily slide it onto your luggage.

It’s time to ditch the flannel pajamas and hit the hay with something lighter. Learn how to make this easy to sew sleep shirt.

I love quilting, but only with small projects – like this Lady of the Lake Pillow project.

Looking for a quick, no-sew project, that you can wear the same day? This One Shoulder Tied Tee is perfect for summer.