A very clever way to design a quilt, added to the Quilting & Patchwork link party. All you need is the initial quilt block...
How to Use PhotoScape to Test a Quilt Block Design by Joy, from Joy's Jots, Shots & Whatnots... this week's featured blog. Joy, look out for your blog button in my sidebar. Joy is an experienced seamstress. She regularly shares sewing tutorials covering everything from making doll clothes to quilts. Her Tech How To posts are also very popular and well received.
A lovely garment, added to the Dresses for Women link party. I especially like the knot detail on the neckline...
Simplicity 1716 by Shirly, from Sewing by Shirley
An adorable little outfit, added to the Boys' Clothes link party. Love the arrow fabric teamed with navy...
Pat-a-Cake Romper by Kimberly, from Sweet Red Poppy
A versatile and comfortable dress, added to the Dresses for Women link party. And it even doubles as a maternity dress...
DIY Boho Kimono Dress by Rin, from So in Love for So Sew Easy
A very pretty bow, complete with comprehensive tutorial, added to the Hair Accessories link party. What little girl wouldn't love this...
How to Stack a Boutique Bow by Amy, from Sews n Bows
A super quick and cost effective project, added to the Home Decor link party. Only takes ten minutes...
DIY Fall Wreath by Cheryl, from Sew Can Do
A great idea, added to the Sewing Tips & Techniques link party. Cutting out is the part I least like about sewing and I'm sure I'm not alone...
Kids Learn to Sew with Pre-cut Kits by Ana, from The Lost Apron
And an awesome refashion, added to the Dresses for Women link party. With step by step instructions...
Asymmetrical Sew Along by Susan, from Second Chances by Susan
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I look forward to seeing more of your creativity...
HA I visited the page for the little boy romper - that lil guy looks just like Prince George - wow! I made similar rompers for my oldest (which probably got passed down to the youngest) way back when he was a toddler, 25 years ago :D Back then we didn't have access to the fun boy fabrics and patterns that are around now!ReplyDelete
Thank-you so much Pam for featuring my blog. Glad you liked the tech idea for reviewing a block in a quilt.ReplyDelete
Followed you on Pinterest through Social Media Weekly and decided to come on over for a visit! Now following you on other social media as well! Great blog, do you offer crochet tutorials perhaps? ♥ReplyDelete
Welcome aboard, Nannette and thanks for your kind words. It's been many years since I've done any crocheting. I'd need to follow a tutorial myself to start again.Delete
Lots of interesting ideas, and I definitely agree with the pre-cutting for children, I do almost all the cutting for the girls, and the ironing, they get the fun part! I must get some of the clips for Venetia too though, she's just started doing her own pinning (largely because she got fed up with her speed of progress when waiting for me to do it!) but she does find it tricky and it does affect the quality of her sewing, I think clips might really help her.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for featuring my wreath Pam!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for the feature Pam. My favorite this week is the black and white quilt. I've got some FQs I want to use to do something similar. Great inspiration.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for featuring my little boy's romper! That just made my day! You have a great round up this week! I really enjoyed all the links. :)ReplyDelete
I love that refashion! Great features, as always!ReplyDelete