Linky Thursday

I think wrap tops are one of the most flattering looks on all body types. Now you can transform that look into a pretty maxi dress.

Not sure what to do with those fun panels you see in stores. Learn how to transform them into a quilt.

Keep your little girl cool this summer and make her some adorable tanks! This pattern has a huge range of sizes, too (3-16)! Pair it up with a no-math circle skirt (sizes 2-12) and you’ve got a great summer wardrobe!

Have a Cricut maker? Learn how to cut felt like a pro.

Encourage them to read more this summer by making your little one a personalized pocket pillow – great for stashing books when they’re not using them. (video tutorial)

It’s been so busy around here that I forgot it was July… until I started seeing a bunch of Christmas projects popping. If you’re started your Christmas in July sewing, you’ll definitely want to check out these cute stockings and gift bag tutorials.

Enter to win this gorgeous Angela Damman bag.

Head to your next farmer’s market with this fun patchwork tote (link to pattern in tutorial, only available for 3 more days).

This Arial Tote looks easy to sew and has a fun braided handle. While you’re visiting the site, don’t forget to enter to win a huge bundle of 1/2 yard cuts of Michael Miller’s Fairy Frost.

You know those cool makeup pouches that have floating glitter on the outside? Now you can make them yourself. This same process would work great for back to school pencil pouches too!

Last week I made a flutter sleeve top, but you can add that design element to your favorite tee with this tutorial.