Monday, August 23, 2010
Episode 34 Show Notes: Organizing with Crafty Projects
I can't believe I made a skirt! If you want to see the original inspiration, check out Amy Hooper's tutorial from Moda Bake Shop. I ended up coming up with my own design. The fabric is vintage sheets. Very comfy, and fun to twirl.
My Raggedy Ann "coloring book" embroidery project in progress - My sister Kelly will be so proud!
Check out all this thread I got at the Sewing Room sale held by my guild- only $8 for all this, plus a seam ripper, machine needles and a pair of stork embroidery scissors.
Here's the boxy bag I made, using Three Bears tutorial - I use it to carry all my chargers and cords when travelling.
Book Review: Lunch Bags!: 25 Handmade Sacks & Wraps to Sew Today (Design Collective)
For more details of this book review, please visit the new book review page (see left sidebar, top)
Links from this episode:
Silly Boo Dilly wonky star tutorial
Crazy Mom Quilts Fair and Square charity pattern PDF
Margaret's Hope Chest - a very worthy cause for our quilty efforts!
One Million Pillowcase Challenge - I'm now up to nine completed.
Knit One, Embellish Too: Hats, Mittens And Scarves With A Twist I'm making a "smoke ring" from this book.
Museum of Folk Art Bird of Paradise Quilt
Knit Picks Kit to make knitting project bags
Little Big Girl Fridge Organizer tutorial
Little Big Girl camera strap cover with lens cover holder tutorial
Joel Dewberry's Sewn Spaces: Fresh and Modern Projects for Your Life and Home - great organizer for offices
Sugar and Cream pattern for crocheted organizer baskets
JoAnn's discount program for guild members, resellers: VIP program - save 10% on all purchases.
Linking to: http://www.skiptomylou.org/2010/08/23/made-by-you-monday-15/