This week's features (all have been Pinned)...
A beautiful bag, added to the Purses, Clutches, Pouches link party. And it's all sewn by hand...
1920's Beaded Dance Bag by Lina, from Sew Historically... this week's featured blog. Lina, look out for your blog button in my sidebar. As the title of the blog suggests, there is a wealth of information about historical costumes on Sew Historically. Lina has sewn many costumes dating from 1500 till the 1950s. I love her 1920's black silk dress. While you're there, check out her refashioning, natural dyeing, craft tutorials and sewing tutorials.
An adorable stroller toy, added to the Softies, Dolls & Toys link party. So, so cute...
Stroller Toy by Liz, from Howling at the Moon
An awesome hexie project, added to both the Softies, Dolls & Toys and the Quilting & Patchwork link parties. Perfect if you want to try English Paper Piecing and have something finished in a weekend...
How to Make a Doll Sleeping Bag by Stephanie, from Swoodson Says
An extremely informative post, added to the Sewing with Stretch Fabric link party. Well worth a read if you sew, or would like to sew, knit fabric...
10 Tips for Sewing Knits Perfectly by Lisa, from Cucicucicoo
A terrific tote, added to the Bags & Totes link party. Thanks to the construction, the bag stands up by itself...
Elvis Poolside Tote by Danette, from Lucky Quilts
And a lovely Easter project, added to the Softies, Dolls & Toys link party. Much healthier than chocolate...
Crocheted Easter Eggs, from Doll Crochetka
Head on over and visit these talented ladies. Leave them a comment... #ThreadingMyWay
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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.
- 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
- Sewing Accessories
- Home Decor
- Sewing Tutorials Pages
- Sewing Spaces
- Charity Sewing
- Fabric Baskets
- Reusing Shirts & Ties
I look forward to seeing more of your creativity...
Thanks for the feature, Pam!!!ReplyDelete
I popped over to sewhistorically.com for a peek, and found the most adorable t-shirt hack :) Plus - I discovered that every dolly definitely needs his/her own sleeping bag - something else I would have loved as a kiddo!ReplyDelete
such variety good to see all these projects. Popped over to see the Elvis tote bag, unfortunately seems you have to be a google?+ to follow the blog but have been warned off google+ and cold not even leave a commentReplyDelete
I love your featured posts because there are always so many great ideas! Thanks so much, Pam!! :) LisaReplyDelete