Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Sew Cute Tuesday {4.12.11}

Happy Tuesday!!  I need a favor.  Summer will be here before we know it, and I really want to have a 'sewing camp' of sorts for my 4 girls (ages 11, 10, 8, and 4).  Instead of them being bored out of their minds like they were last year, I'm hoping to help them learn to sew.  What I need from you are IDEAS.  Ideas for *easy*, fun sewing projects that wouldn't be too overwhelming for my girls (or their Mother ;).  You can leave a comment with the link, or go ahead and link up ideas here.  Maybe I'll make a separate linky party for this.  We'll see.

Now let's get on with "Sew Cute Tuesday" and see what projects caught my eye from last week.   

Quilted Cupcake shared her Polka Dot Bunny Tutorial!  I'm thinking these would be a perfect addition to your kids' Easter baskets!


How clever is this Blanket to Backpack from Sun Scholars?  She'll be posting a tutorial soon...can't wait for that!

And I loved these adorable Baby Booties from The Young & the Rest of Us!

Feel free to grab a 'Featured' button....you can find a *new* one in my menu bar!!

Now let's get this linky party started!!





Photobucket



Rules for linking:

**Link to a specific blog post, not blog home page!
**Link sewing projects only! (can be hand or machine sewn)
**I will delete any non-sewing links....don't make me be a meanie!
**Visit a few of the links and leave some comment love!
**Please link back to me in some form (post my button, or link to text in your blog post)

**Linky Tools will remain open until midnight on
Wednesday, April 13th.
**If you come back and don't see your link, read through the rules again and give it another try!



6 comments:

Rachel at Sun Scholars said...

Thanks for featuring my backpack blanket!! I wish I had a sewing project to share this week! Hopefully next week. Thanks for hosting!

Midnight Creations said...

Oooh, I have a SUPER easy pillow case pattern if you would like it. They will enjoy it and maybe get a few going for gifts, my nieces always love them as gifts. I will dig it out and could get it scanned and sent off to you. It calls for 3 fabrics, and has french seams so it is has no exposed seams so it launders great. It will also work with 2 fabrics, or 2 fabrics with trim, I often use jumbo rick rack. Also can be shrunk down to cover a travel pillow, great for car trips. If it sounds interesting we can figure out the details.

NC Sue said...

Hi, and thanks for hosting.

I've included a link to your hop on my site - there's a page devoted to hops for every day of the week. Go to the top of my sidebar for the link.

Thank you, and have a great week!

NCSue
http://acts17verse28.blogspot.com
http://acts17verse28.blogspot.com/2011/04/too-drowsy-to-be-dependable.html

Sommer said...

Well I haven't done ANY sewing since we moved in a couple months ago but I teach my girls to sew also and what I've found is that they are most interested and excited when we make stuff for their dolls. A simple blanket or pillow that is doll sized. And if it's not perfectly strait they don't care because the dolls don't complain lol.

Midnight Creations said...

Ok, I sent the pattern off to you, hopefully it comes through a-ok!

Tiff @ Making The World Cuter said...

Thanks for the party! Great features! I'm #57 this week.
Hugs-
Tiff

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails