Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Sew Cute Tuesday {4.19.11}

Happy Tuesday!!  I'm still looking for more ideas for our 'summer sewing camp'.  If you've made something that would be easy for my girls (ages 11, 10, 8, & 4) to sew themselves, please share!

Here's a few projects that caught my eye from last week's linky party:

Suze from Time Well Spent shared the most adorable Pettiskirt!!

Emily from Em-agination shared her cute Pillow Animals! 

And I loved Misty's Easter Basket Tutorial at Makin' it imMACKulate!

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!!


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 20th.
**If you come back and don't see your link, read through the rules again and give it another try!


sewhappiness said...

Thank you for hosting this great party!!!
Hope you have a great day:)

Amanda said...

Thank you for taking the time out to host another fab linky party!

Sweet Little Smoothie said...

Oops I accidentally linked a recipe - sorry for mistake. Thanks for hosting!

Randi~Dukes and Duchesses said...

I love seeing all the sewing ideas ... thanks for hosting!

Emily said...

Thanks for featuring my pillow animals from last week!!

Midnight Creations said...

Hello, I have in my link this week a second project with some quick directions to make fabric bookmarks. If you are still looking for sewing projects for your summertime, these use scraps of fabric, fleece/interfacing and ribbon, rick rack, or other trims. Super easy and lots of opportunity to be creative.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for another great party! I hope you'll stop by and take a look at my tutorial for a shopping cart cover. :)


Emily said...

How about sewing felt food? My girls are 7 & 9 and we've done mainly hand sewing of felt food but I'm hoping to move to machine sewing some more this summer. Since they play kitchen, resturant, etc with friends and with their AG dolls, they are playing with what they make too

Sbb1 Wellness said...

It's the end of the day and I'm just discovering this blog hop. Well better late than never right?
I'm a new follower so hope you will stop by:

Marlee's Creations said...

Thanks for hosting! This is my first time here and I'm a new follower. I saw your ghost cookies and chick cookies - sooo cute!

Gwen @ Gwenny Penny said...

Thanks for hosting, Misty :)