Saturday, 11 July 2015

Threading Your Way ~ Features

This week's features - (all have been Pinned)...

A beautiful basket, added to the Fabric Baskets link party. Cleverly constructed using upcycled boxes. And it's completely removable for washing...

Upcycled Fabric Basket ~ Tutorial by Roopini, from Let's Make It Lovely... this week's featured blog. Roopini, look out for your blog button in my sidebar. Over at Let's Make It Lovely you will find a wide variety of sewing projects, many of them involving recycling.


A super cute outfit for a doll, added to the Dolls' Clothes link party. Lindsay's girls must have the best dressed dolls...

Elastic Waist Peasant Dress ~ Tutorial by Lindsay, from PA Country Crafts


A genius idea, added to the Embroidery, Stitching & Appliqué link party. All made with materials you probably already have at home...

How to Make a Light Box by Margie, from Nanny Craft 4U


An adorable dress, added to the Girls' Dresses link party. Joy shows how to make the cascading lace...



A lovely, self drafted skirt, added to the Women's Skirts link party. You have to check out what this skirt is made from...

The Weetwood Skirt ~ Tutorial by Emma, from A Hand Stitched Life


An awesome upcycled project, added to both the Sewing Spaces and the Sewing Accessories link party. I'd love to have a dedicated cutting table. One with drawers, even better...

How to Make a Cutting Table by Karen, from Made with My Two Hands


A fabulous clutch, added to the Purses, Clutches & Pouches link party. Change the fabric to suit the occasion...

Fold Over Clutch Tutorial by Vicky, from Vicky Myers Creations, for So Sew Easy


An ever so pretty lace top, added to the Tops for Women link party. A great refashion...



A terrific project added to the Quilting & Patchwork link party. You could, of course, change the colours to suit the occasion or location...

American Yo-Yo Flags by Kelley, from Kelley Highway


And a fun baby book, added to the Softies, Dolls & Toys link party. Lots of appliqué...

How to Make a Baby Fabric Book by my daughter, Tash, from Little Ladybird

Head on over and visit these talented ladies.

This week's featured blog is Let's Make it Lovely. Roopini, look out for your blog button in my sidebar.

Follow Pam ~ Threading My Way's board Threading My Way ~ Features on Pinterest.

Feel free to grab a button if you've been featured...

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You can find the Master list of ongoing link parties at Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way 

Don't forget, all of our link parties are ONGOING and will remain open indefinitely. You can add links to any party at any time

I look forward to seeing more of your creativity...

... Pam

13 comments:

  1. Great features, as always! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  2. I'm so envious of that cutting table. A really good idea for a dedicated sewing work space with room for all the 'necessary' sewing equipment too.

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  3. Thank you, Pam! I can't wait to check out the baby book!

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  4. Hi Pam, Thank you so much for featuring my fabric basket tutorial :) I love visiting your blog whenever I need Sew Inspiration :) Have a great weekend :)
    Roopini

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  5. I NEEDED that embroidery tracing idea! So simple, too.

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  6. Thanks for featuring my Light Box Pam - I can't wait to check all the clever ideas! :)

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  7. Thanks for featuring my cascading ruffle dress!

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  8. What a lovely post to start my day with !!! thank you .. mirjam

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  9. Lovely features, Pam!! It's been quite a long time I added something. I remember you said that crochet items can also be added. I love your collection of these links as they are always there to refer and doesn't get vanished every week like other parties.

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  10. So many great ideas! Thanks for featuring Agy's tutorial! :) Lisa

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  11. Great features as always, that cutting table has got me thinking, although I'm not sure about heights for standing at it or leg room if you wanted to sit at it, but it's the kind of idea that feels like it would lead to something else.

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