Linky Thursday

Get your living or bedroom ready for Halloween with this cute cat pillow. Pair it up with my mummy pillow tutorial and you’ve almost finished decorating your area!

This stuffed kitty looks simple to make and would look great with the pillows above or just as a gift to your favorite little person this Halloween.

One of my favorite things to wear in fall is a cardigan – learn how to make your own version with this tutorial (and it has a hood and pockets too!)

Enter to win a 20 piece fat quarter bundle of Sweet Caroline fabrics.

Stay cozy in the crisp, fall air with this Spring Tee hack.

Tiny things are always cute – like this milk carton coin purse.

This button up front skirt for girls is a perfect fall look – I can totally see this made in corduroy.

This tiered, ruffled dress looks comfy to lounge in, but dressed up enough that you can wear it just about anywhere.

Thinking ahead to Thanksgiving? This table runner and mitered napkin projects are perfect for your place settings. If you want to think way ahead, here’s a tutorial for some cute Christmas Tree napkins.

Looking for a quick costume? This Haunted Hat project tops off any cape for an easy witch look.

This flared t-shirt makes for a great transitional piece – perfect for both warm days and cool nights.

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  1. Carol in Denver

    I don’t know why people put such skimpy hems on napkins. They look and feel so luxurious with one inch hems, even doubled one inch hems. I start with 22″ square and make doubled one inch hems if the fabric is lighter weight. Doubled hems are actually easier to make than single hems because there is no fiddly 1/4″ turnunder. If you are using 44″ fabric, there is no waste width-wise with these measurements.

    Corners are mitered, of course. I use a Japanese hera to mark the stitching line of the miter; that takes into account the fold of the fabric for perfect miters.

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