A very clever idea added to the Home Decor link party. Pretty and practical, as well as a great way to reuse old CDs...
Quilted CD Coaster / Mug Rug Tutorial by Rochelle, from eSheep Designs... this week's featured blog. Rochelle, look out for your blog button in my sidebar. You may recall I've done pattern testing for Rochelle - Retro Reticule Bag, Diva Envelope Clutch and the Bundled Up Bindle Bag. Her patterns are easy to follow and detailed. She also designs fabric for Spoonflower, my favourite being the Pride and Prejudice collection, one of which I used for a recent grocery bag. While you're over at eSheep Designs, check out the tutorials and techspertise posts.
An awesome refashion added to both the Women's Tops and the Reusing Shirts & Ties link parties. What a difference an inverted pleat makes...
Shirt to Tunic Refashion by Susan, from Second Chances by Susan
Some amazing embroidery added to the Embroidery, Stitching & Appliqué link party. Most of this is done by hand...
Hand Appliqué & Cutwork - Vintage Embroidery Techniques by Lina, from Sew Historically
A great scrap busting project added to the Sleepwear link party. My scraps keep multiplying at an alarming rate...
Using Scraps to Make Eye Masks by Karen, from Made with My Two Hands
A sparkly princess dress added to the Dress Up Costumes link party. What little girl wouldn't love this...
Easy Princess Dress ~ Free Pattern by Mayra, from So Sew Easy
And another amazing project added to the Embroidery, Stitching & Appliqué link party. I've always love broderie anglaise, but this is totally done by hand...
How to Make Broderie Anglaise Lace by Hand by Lina, from Sew Historically
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- Dresses for Girls
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- Hair Accessories
- Pillows and Cushions
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- Skirts for Girls
- Aprons and Art Smocks
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- 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...
I've mentioned that "nexus" thing between us before, right, Pam? Your P&P grocery bag will make an appearance in my post tomorrow; Saturday, your "today"... how's that for timing?? Thank you so much for the blog feature and the kind words of support. :-)ReplyDelete
Did you notice that the tunic that Susan upcycled from a shirt, was made while she was camping (glamping)???!!! While I'm busy pitching a fit if, while sewing, I don't have my television and PVR and steam iron and access to every notion and spool of thread I have, she's whipping up adorable tops. From a camping trailer. She's a much better pioneer than I am, that's for sure!ReplyDelete