Linky Thursday

Looking for a fun way to decorate your table this Thanksgiving? This turkey placemat isn’t just adorable, it has pockets for all your utensils too.

Have you seen ads for The Cozy? It’s the perfect way to wear a blanket and stay warm this winter. Why buy one when you can make it yourself? Sew one up for yourself and the little ones in your life with this free tutorials.

This see-through box bottom zip pouch has “holiday gift-giving” written all over it. Need something a big smaller? These triangle zipper pouches are always fun to make (and look impressive, too).

I’ve been eyeing almost anything buffalo plaid, so it only stands to reason that this Weekend Bag project would be calling my name. Looking for something smaller? Check out this corduroy walkabout backpack (which would also look fabulous in buffalo plaid!)

Get a head start on holiday sewing and make a set of (kids) pjs using this easy raglan shirt tutorial. You can find the pajama bottoms in this post.

Speaking of pajama bottoms … sewing for a tween (or teen) can be difficult as there seems to be a void in sizing until they hit adult measurements. Until now, this tutorial solves that problem!

Star warm for those tree lighting ceremonies by whipping up a few of these hand warmers.

It’s scarf weather again, which means it’s time to make some of these hidden pocket infinity scarves (perfect for stashing your phone, keys, and more).

Know someone that’s getting a new bike for Christmas? Sew them up one of these bike messenger bags.