Friday, 25 April 2014

26 Sewing Related Link Parties...

Looking for places to show off your latest makes? Here is a list of 26 Sewing Related Link Parties ~ Threading My Way


Link parties are a great way to get your blog out there. They're also a good way to find interesting blogs and a way to meet like minded bloggers. If, like me, sewing is your main focus, you may find the following links helpful. Sewing is the main focus for all of the link parties featured in today's post.

Earlier this year, I wrote a post showing 20 sewing related link parties. A couple of those parties have stopped or are in another format. I've also found a few more sewing related link parties, so today's post is an update.

Threading My Way_Threading Your WayThreading YOUR Way With Threading My Way is hosted by ME. All link parties are ongoing and themed, so you can add projects to any party at any time. So far there are 37 different linkies, each one a resource of sewing ideas, tutorials, pattern reviews and pictures, made by YOU. Almost all are sewing related.

Sew & Tell Saturday, has returned. Justine, from Sew Country Chick hosts this weekly link party. You can add handmade clothing, accessories, bags, jewellery, and refashions, whether made for you or your little ones.

The Inspired WrenInspire Us Thursdays, is a new, weekly link party, hosted by Ren, from The Inspired Wren. Anything made with fabric, thread, floss, or yarn is welcome—sewing of all kinds (sew), cross-stitch & embroidery (needle), knitting (stitch), crochet (hook).

Fort Worth Fabric StudioFabric Frenzy Friday is a new link party, hosted by Fort Worth Fabric Studio. At this weekly link party, anything goes--as long as it has to do with fabric - finished quilts, a work in progress, new fabric, a project made with fabric, or show off some of your stash. 

Finish It Up Friday, is a weekly link party hosted by Amanda Jean, from Crazy Mom Quilts. This new to me link party, appears to be mainly quilt related.

Kim, from My Go-Go Life, hosts the weekly Sewjo Saturday link party. To participate in the party share a project from the past week.

Slow Sunday StitchingSlow Stitching Sunday celebrates the art of hand stitching - hand piecing, appliqué, rug making, binding, english paper piecing, embroidery and more. All types of hand work projects are welcome at this weekly link party hosted by Kathy's Quilts.

Paper Piecing PartyKristy, from Quiet Play, hosts a weekly Paper Piecing Party.  To join in link up something paper pieced you’ve been working on. It might be a finished project, a block, part of a block, a new pattern you’re planning to try…  as long as it’s related to foundation paper piecing.

Weekend Link Party, is a new weekly link party, hosted by Daryl, from Patchouli Moon Studio. Most items added are sewing or craft related, although non-sewing projects can be added, too.

Creative Sewing BlogHeather from Feather's Flights, has changed the format of You Flew. I Sew: I Flew, is now on Pinterest. Anyone can be added as a contributor and add their sewing projects.

Sew Fresh Quilts Lorna, from Sew Fresh Quilts, has started a new, weekly linky party, Let's Bee Social, just for quilting bloggers. Each party begins on a Wednesday.

Christine, from ChrisW Designs, hosts a weekly link party, Bag Brag Tuesday.  You can link up up anything bag related... bag making tips, a bag pattern you've sewn, even bags you have on offer on Etsy. 

Sew Book Inspired, a relatively new link party, is specifically for projects that have been sewn using a sewing book. This ongoing link party is run by Diya, from The Hobby Harbor.

Sew Cute TuesdaySew Cute Tuesday is a weekly link party for sewing, crochet, knitting and anything with fabric and thread. Alyce, from Blossom Heart Quilts, hosts this link party, with features shown each week at the link party.

Whilst you can share any projects (sewing and non-sewing) on Linky Tuesday at Freemotion by the River, most people only add sewing projects to this weekly link party. Connie is an avid quilter and so, many projects added are also quilting related. One project is featured each week at the party.

Celtic Thistle Stitches New to Me in 2014, is a monthly link party, hosted by Fiona, from Celtic Thistle Stitches. Link ups open on the 25th of each month and stay open till the end of the month. Projects that involve trying out a new technique or activity can be added. Although non-sewing projects can be added, most items added are sewing or craft related.

Show Off Saturday hosted by Caroline, from Sew Can She, is a weekly link party for sewn projects. The most clicked project from each party is highlighted the next Friday.

IMG_6373Randi, from I Have to Say, hosts Show and Tell Tuesday, a weekly link party for sewing related projects.

My Quilt Infatuation Needle and Thread Thursday is a weekly link party for quilting and sewing. Kelly, from My Quilt Infatuation has a passion for quilting, but anything made with needle and thread can be linked up. Features are showcased each week at the link party.

I Quilt @ Pretty Bobbins As the name suggests, I Quilt Thursdays is a link party for quilting projects. Gemma, from Pretty Bobbins, hosts this weekly link up.

stitch by stitchAnything Goes Mondays, is a weekly link party hosted by Marelize, from Stitch by Stitch. You can link up any posts which feature quilting, sewing, knitting or crochet. Features are chosen randomly and are shown each week with the link party.

Molli SparklesSunday Stash with Molli Sparkles, is a link party specifically for blog posts welcoming any new sewing supplies to your stash. This is a weekly link party hosted by Molli, from Mollie Sparkles.

Richard and Tanya, from Richard and Tanya Quilts, host Link A Finish Fridays. You can link up any sewing finishes to this weekly link party, although they like quilts the best. Each month, someone chosen at random wins a $15 gift card to the Fat Quarter Shop.

Lily's QuiltsLynn, from Lily's Quilts, hosts 2 monthly link parties: Fresh Sewing Day and Small Blog Meet. Both parties are for sewing projects, but the Small Blog Meet is specifically for bloggers with fewer than 50 followers.

At WIP Wednesday you can link up any post from the past week that features at least one unfinished work-in-progress (WIP). This weekly link party is hosted by Lee, from Freshly Pieced.

Can I Get a Whoop Whoop is a weekly link party beginning each Friday. Sarah, from Confessions of A Fabric Addict, hosts this party where you can show off what you've been working on each week.

Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday is hosted on different blogs. This weekly party is the brainchild of Laura, from Quokka Quilts and M-R, from Quilt Matters. There is a schedule so you can see future hosts and you can sign up to host, too. This is predominantly a quilting link party, but there is sewing as well.

Fresh Poppy DesignAt Fabric Tuesday, you can add any projects that have to do with fabric. This weekly link party is hosted by sisters Heather and Megan, from Quilt Story.

If you know of any other sewing related linkies, I'd love you to leave me a link in the comments.

... Pam



8 comments:

  1. Oh cool - I'm going away for a few days so I'm going to save this page to look at when I get home :)

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  2. Great post. I printed it so I can start visiting some of them. Thanks.

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  3. I've been very bad and not commenting much here lately but I do read all your posts. Thanks for this one I'll be visiting some of the ones I didn't know about.

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  4. I started a link party 3 weeks ago.
    http://patchouli-moon-studio.blogspot.com/2014/04/weekend-link-party-3.html

    Thanks for listing some others here that I didn't know about.

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  5. Thanks for the update Pam! It is so hard to keep track, this is super helpful.

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  6. This is a great list. Really a fabulous resource.

    Thank you veryuch for including me on it!

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  7. I'm in the hotel room waiting for my friend to arrive - until she does, I'm going to go visit some linky parties, lol. Thank goodness for wireless internet in hotels ... and patient and understanding hubbies, LOL!

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