This week's features...
An awesome quilted pouch and free pattern linked to the Purses, Clutches and Pouches link party.
Quilted and Zippered Friendship Pouch by Karen, from Sew Well Maide
9 fabulous projects were added to the Pretend Dress Up Clothes link party this week. This tool belt is bound to provide the avenue for lots of creative play...
Toddler Tool Belt Tutorial by Donna and Rachel, from Once Upon a Sewing Machine
The vast majority of Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way link parties, are exclusively sewing related. The Blog Tips link party, is obviously not. This week, 6 informative posts, written by Amy, from One Artsy Mama, have been added. They are all well worth checking out if you have a blog. Since this post is about features, I thought I'd feature the post with tips on getting featured.
Grow Your Blog ~ Getting Featured by Amy, from One Artsy Mama
The Embroidery, Stitching and Appliqué link party is almost all sewing related. This week a gorgeous, crocheted appliqué was added. For me, this adds a whole new dimension to appliquéing.
Crocheted Butterfly Appliquéd by Liz, from Howling at the Moon
When I began the Softies, Dolls and Toys link party, I envisaged projects that were made in a variety of ways. In the main, the projects added have been sewn, with some knitted and crocheted. This week, my daughter, Tash, added this awesome castle, that she and her daughter made. When Tash was a child, we spent a lot of time together, making toys and all sorts of creations, from cardboard boxes and whatever craft items I had to hand and Tash is doing the same with her daughter. I can attest to the fact that this new toy is being well used.
How to make a Castle from a nappy box by Tash, from Little Ladybird
And also linked to the Softies, Dolls and Toys link party, this ever so cute softie...
Llama Llama Rag Doll by Karen, from Folk Haven
You know I love refashioning, recycling and upcycling. This fabulous picnic blanket, added to the Refashioning with Denim link party, is a great way to reuse denim jeans. I have more than enough jeans, that will no longer fit, to make a blanket. Hmmm... I think I can see a Christmas present being made.
Denim and Vinyl Picnic Blanket by Casey, from Simple Joy Crafting
And check out these adorable little dresses added to the Girls' Dresses link party...
Carnival Dresses by Lisa, from Stuff-n-Such by Lisa
Head on over and visit these talented ladies.
Feel free to grab a button if you've been featured...
Don't forget, all of our link parties are ONGOING and will remain open all year. You can add links to any party at any time.
- Bags and Totes
- Dresses for Girls
- Dresses for Women
- Hair Accessories
- Pillows and Cushions
- Boys' Clothes
- Skirts for Girls
- Aprons and Art Smocks
- Purses, Clutches, Pouches
- Dolls' Clothes
- Women's Skirts
- Baby Clothes and Accessories
- Children's Tops and Shirts
- Women's Tops and Shirts
- Softies, Dolls, Toys
- Sewing Tips and Techniques
- Sewing with stretch fabric
- Quilting and Patchwork
- Embroidery, Stitching and Appliqué
- Jackets, Coats, Raincoats, Ponchos
- Hats, Bonnets, Beanies and Scarves
- Pants, Shorts, Trousers for Children
- Drawstring Bags and Fabric Baskets
- Pretend Dress Up Clothes
- Clothes for Men
- Kitchen Accessories
- Gift Wrapping
- Electronic Gadget Covers and Cases
- Blog Tips
- Refashioning with Denim
- Pants for Women
I look forward to seeing more of your creativity...
Thank you so much for featuring the Llama Llama Doll. You made my day!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for featuring my Carnival Dresses!
I am so very excited!
I really love your blog and love looking at all the great projects!
Great features this week, Pam! I'm off to visit Amy @ One Artsy Mama. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Thanks for featuring my Butterfly Application, Pam!! Have a nice weekend! LizReplyDelete
Thanks for featuring our tool belt! I love that little pouch, might have to add it to the list!ReplyDelete
Oh how I love the denim picnic blanket! One of my girls just grew out of her favorite jeans, but still doesn't want to part with them. I said we could give them away, but I saw the look of hesitation in her eyes. Lucky me just came down and looked at your blog and now see what I can do with denim jeans that no longer fit!! Hurray!! My daughter is going to be so excited.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you like it! If you didn't want to make a picnic blanket, you can make a denim rag quilt for her bed too. That's what I have on my bed, you can see a picture of mine at http://simplejoycrafting.blogspot.com/2011/01/denim-and-damask-rag-quilt.htmlDelete
Pam, thank you again for the feature! I just love your site with all the link parties.ReplyDelete
Great projects as always Pam, I love the castle!ReplyDelete
Pam, thanks for all those beautiful projects you have posted, I see beautiful projects that give me inspiration. Now to surf a bit online to see all those beautiful links that are here. Marisa.ReplyDelete
Oh I like the picnic blanket!ReplyDelete