Tomorrow is release day for a pattern that I was able to test. So, I thought I would post Linky Thursday a day earlier so that we can have the best of both worlds – great links for the weekend and a new make! Without further ado, here’s some fun projects to try:
If you missed my post about sewing up dog waste bags, you’ll want to hop on over to WeAllSew and check it out. It’s a great pet project that sews in about an hour!
The Oleander Dress is perfect for summer and can be dressed up or down depending on your fabric choice.
I saw these board shorts and was intrigued. Not only do they have a built in rash guard, but they’re based off a legging pattern too!
Sometimes a good hoodie can replace those cumbersome jacket. Here’s a great raglan hoodie pattern for the little ones in your life (0-3months to 6T).
As sporting events open up, chances are you’ll start needing those clear bags again in stadiums. This tote is a great way to get a head start before you favorite game… or just make one so you always know what’s inside.
Everyone needs a great Little Black Dress.
I just like the name of this project: Wipe and Wear Kitchen Scarf. It’s a good way to keep your kitchen towel handy and can serve as a (not so hot) hot pad too.
Keep the sun out of your eyes and off your face with this reversible bucket hat! I love that you get two looks in one!
Every girl loves a twirly dress. The free pattern is for 3T only, but other sizes are available at a cost.