Sunday, 15 November 2015

Threading Your Way ~ Features

I have reorganised the link parties, so that the newest links appear first. Some of the collections are becoming quite large, with almost 600 projects, so I thought it would be easier to spot the new ones if they were at the top. Let me know what you think, both for ease of adding projects and navigating to find inspiration and ideas.

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

A stunning pincushion, added to the Sewing Accessories link party. Now, I wouldn't normally call a pincushion stunning, but this one is. It's a work of art...

William Morris Sunflower Pincushion ~ Tutorial by Allison, from Wash on Monday Irony on Tuesday... this week's featured blog. Allison, look out for your blog button in my sidebar. Wash on Monday Irony on Tuesday, is a new to me blog, but one that's now on my Must Read list. In Allison's own words, At the end of the day.... you itch to stitch! Allison, I can so relate to that!


An adorable vintage dress, added to the Dresses for Girls link party. I'd be super excited if I found a table cloth in this gorgeous fabric and with eyelet lace as well. Yes, this dress is upcycled from a tablecloth...

Vintage Upcycled Dress by Amy, from Anna's Heirloom Boutique


A beautiful bag, added to both the Bags & Totes and the Embroidery, Stitching & Appliqué link parties. How to transform a plain piece of fabric into something stunning...



Some pretty and practical gift bags, added to the Gift Wrapping link party. I'm going to save all of my calendars from now on. I think they'd work perfectly with this tutorial...



A lovely baby quilt, added to both the Patchwork & Quilting and the Everything Baby link parties. This would make an awesome newborn gift...

How to Make a Baby Quilt by Jann, from Newton Interiors for So Sew Easy


Some cute elves, added to the Softes, Dolls & Toys link party. These elves have character...

Christmas Elf on the Shelf Pattern by Claire, from Pillar Box Blue


A fabulous t-shirt, added to the Tops & Shirts for Children link party. I'd totally wear this...

Figgys Banyan Tee by Amy, from Sews n Bows


A great little basket to store coasters, added to the Fabric Baskets link party. Joy also gives details on making the coasters...

Coaster Holder Tutorial by Joy, from Joy's Jots, Shots & Whatnots


A very handy sized bag, added to the Purses, Clutches & Pouches link party. You won't need much fabric for this one...

Small Messenger Bag Tutorial by Vicky, from Vicky Myers Creations


An awesome Star Wars apron, added to both the Kitchen Accessories and the Aprons & Art Smocks link parties. I need to make Mr TMW one of these, as he's a big Star Wars fan...

R2D2 Style Apron Pattern by Deby, from So Sew Easy


An easy to make pincushion and tray in one, added to the Sewing Accessories link party. Thinking outside the square...

Make a Pincushion Dish ~ Tutorial by Margie, from Nanny Craft 4U


A clever solution to a modern day problem, added to the Electronic Gadget Covers link party. The design of the phone charger organiser is fabulous, but look at the outside fabric. I bet lots of you have never used a dial up telephone...


Phone Charger Travel Case Organiser by Kathy, from Running With Rocket


A darling little dress, added to the Dresses for Girls link party. There are three yards of gathering in this one...

Easter Dress by Lindsay, from PA Country Crafts


Two lovely tops, added to the Tops & Shirts for Children link party. Great upcycling...



And a great thrifty idea, added to the Purses, Clutches & Pouches link party. You only need tiny scraps of fabric...

DIY Laminate Liberty Scrap Pouch, from Mad for Fabric

Head on over and visit these talented ladies.

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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

15 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my Wallpaper Samples Gift Bags!
    Hugs from Germany

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  2. Thanks so much for adding me. I LOVE your site!! I think we'll be mutual admirers. You share the most wonderful projects. :-)

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  3. Thank you for featuring my Elves. I think putting the newest links first is a good idea.

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  4. Thanks so much, Pam! You have great features as always!

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  5. So many great projects this week, and yes I like the idea of making the new ones at the top. Thanks for sharing mine in your round up Pam, hope to see your Star Wars apron soon. p.s. I have a Darth Vader one coming as well.

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  6. Thanks Pam for the feature. Yes yes put the newest ones on top to find and see easier!

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  7. A lot of wonderful projects featured here. It's a privilege to have my tablecloth dress among them. Thank you! :)

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  8. A lot of wonderful projects featured here. It's a privilege to have my tablecloth dress among them. Thank you! :)

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  9. Thank-you for featuring the "Coaster Holder." I'm so glad you have these features, because I just don't have time to go through all the great link parties each week to see what is new. I don't know how it could be done, but it would be great to see all newbies for a week in one combined linky, but yet still be a part of their identified linky. I don't even know if that is possible. Love your blog regardless.

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  10. Pam,
    a really good idea, putting the newer linkups to the top. I didn't mind scrolling through, but it's much easier to see what's new this way. Thanks! Hope you are doing great,

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  11. I like the newer links on top. I use your links as an inspiration index, and visit pretty often so it will be easier for me. Thanks for featuring Sofias top! Wish the weather was still that warm!

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  12. OH OH OH this is such a fantastic collection - I can't even pick a favourite project, but I'm rather partial to all the little girls in their finery (and I've never been lucky enough to find a tablecloth that nice!) :) Daryl's embellished bag looks awesome - I was just over at the tutorial checking it out - I hadn't thought about using invisible thread to couch the different yarns - I have GOT to try that! I did yarn couching years ago and it worked well, but I don't think I used invisible thread - and I have several spools of it. What a great embellishment for zipper bags, LOL!

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  13. Thank you for featuring my Travel Phone Charger cord organizer.
    Awesome job rounding up everybody.

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  14. OH I got excited and published before I was ready, lol. I like having the newest linky entries at the top - it makes them easier to find. But I agree with Joy in that it would be so nice if there was a way we could see all the new entries (for a week, for example) for the parties ... to be able to "follow" our favourite lists and be notified or be able to easily see what gets added, instead of having to visit each party and look for new posts. I can't even think of how it could be done. I wonder if the Linky people would ever do coding so that linky party updates can be subscribed to, so we can see them in our blog reader - that would be cool!

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  15. Some gorgeous ones this week, that table cloth fabric is lovely and the embroidered bag just stunning. As for the liberty scrap pouch, I'm off to investigate...

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