Over at Me? A Mom? has an itty bitty paper piecing project for you. Paper piecing is a fun way to make a quilt block. My corners always come out cleaner with paper piecing. If you quilt but haven’t given paper piecing try yet this would be a fun first project. Not into tiny…you could make this larger and make it into a coaster or larger yet for a pot holder.
I have always love paper dolls. Over at The Enchanted Gallery they have a free download pattern for mermaid paper dolls. Lots of room for creativity here.
In our family we take turns hosting the holiday dinners. Easter is mine. So strolling through pinterest I came across this cute set-up for Easter dinner. Love the fluffy bunny tails on the chairs, the blue and white color palette and the individual veggie and dip cups. Sweet Designs set this up for dessert, but that doesn’t mean I can’t use it for dinner.
If you know of any new babies this bapron (baby apron) from Craftiness is Not Optional would make a wonderful gift. It covers enough area that it should save many a garment, but yet it is not cumbersome.
With about six inches of snow on the ground maybe I am rushing summer, but if I get this bag sewn I will be ready for the beach when summer comes. A Field Journal show you how to make this bag.
This felted wool bag is very pretty. The tutorial is not in english, the pictures are pretty easy to follow. Go look for a 100% wool sweater, wash it in very hot water and they dry it in your dryer. You will see it shrink up and become much smaller. But now the fibers have felted together, and you are ready to make this bag. I think I would line the bag, but that is a personal choice. It would work either way. Check it out at Duitang.
Freebies For Crafters is a great sight to get ideas and they have the tutorials. From Accessories to Zippers there is a lot to explore on this blog.