I’m a bit late today but with good reason!!! The Dots slept over this weekend and we played and played. Hide and go seek is the current favorite game. Today they are back since their mommy is off to work. I wouldn’t trade a single second because I know they will be grown up before we know it and off hanging out with their friends.
I am so excited about these tutorials. A huge problem though…I WANT TO MAKE THEM ALL!! So enjoy, and like always if you make any of them and post on your blog, please link and give credit back to the maker of the tut. Thanks to one and all for generously letting me use your pictures.
Jen at Miss Punkie Pie made this cute pencil case. She has made a measurement adjustment here and made the case using this tutorial from A Spoonful Of Sugar girls This would make great gifts for kids, teachers and quilting buddies for marking tools. I love Jen’s blog. We have been bloggy friends ever since I started blogging and watching here sweet girl Amelia grow up through her blog has been so much fun.
Liz at Sew4home has me again!!! I have flipped over Camille and Bonnie’s new Moda Line, Vintage Modern. Here are a wonderful bunch of tutorials using this pretty fabric.
First off here’s a pretty Toaster Cover, tutorial here.
Patchwork oven mitts …wonderful fast, easy gifts….tutorial here.
A very sweet
Pleated Apron, tutorial. Love those pockets!
Here’s a tutorial for Patchwork Napkins, and while you are whipping those up you might as well include this very pretty Patchwork Table Runner tutorial All the above is part of the Kitchen Confections series featured at Sew4home. If you haven’t visit there I highly recommend it. There’s so much useful resource information as well as their wonderful tutorials.
Sorry about the picture spacing issues…blogger and I just weren’t getting along!!!
Lori at Bee In My Bonnet, another go to resource blog for me. Wonderful tutorials and amazing projects not to mention all the pretty eye candy! She has this great tutorial for Cup Cozies…..I know some friends who will be getting these!
So cute….love these Vintage Snowman Boxes….such happy expressions!! Tutorial here.
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