Once again I've found some time to roam the internet for crafty cleverness I can share with you!
My mission this time was to find projects that would make wonderful gifts for all ages.
Amy at Nana Company *always* makes me smile with her treasures, and this tutorial for a ruffled baby bib is the cutest I've seen! Check it out HERE!
Bloom shared a simple journal cover tutorial HERE, and later she made this cover HERE using a free embroidery design from Elsa Mora HERE...(I have just printed this up to stitch - so gorgeous!)
The very talented Margot Languedoc shared a simple pattern for this gorgeous stack of pincushions HERE. Tie a pretty ornament to the top and drool...
These fabric pom poms could be used in so many ways! Federica shares her tutorial HERE.
Do you have lots of fabric strips with nothing to use them in?
Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous has made this gorgeous kitchen towel that will give them a new home!
See her tutorial HERE.
Isn't this tea cosy wonderful!! And it has spots...I love spots.
You'll find the tutorial HERE at Sew We Quilt!
Something totally different, a brooch made from an old knife, buttons and beads! When you see the tutorial HERE you'll realise it's not hard to make! This is definitely something Blossom and I will be trying...
I have a
few pieces lots of favourite fabric yardage that has never been used because I love the fabric too much to cut it into little pieces, BUT, this tutorial for a basic pillowcase may be the answer to my dilemma as I can keep them 'almost' uncut. ;-)
Make your own pillowcases using THIS tutorial from Mumtastic!
And finally, for the little girl in your life, a doll garland!
Visit Charla Anne for a simple tutorial HERE. Could be something to do with daughters or the grandies...
I hope some of these ideas have helped with gift giving this Christmas season!
They've certainly helped me. :-)
These are beautiful gift ideas, so much talent!! We are so blessed by the internet and everything that our eyes can see all over the world.
All wonderful thank you for sharing Jenny,many talented craft people on the internet-including yourself-we say thank you,cheers Vickie
There is so much talent out there for sure. Thanks for sharing your talent ! !
Thanks so much for sharing these links. Its so inspirational to see lovely projects.
Thanks for the links Jenny. I love the stack of pin cushions.
All lovely gifts. Thanks for the links Jenny.
are you trying to stop us stitching!! showing us all these wonderful sites, more hours in the day please.
Seriously thank you most of these links I will have to investigate.
All of your designs are so beautiful.
Do you draw your alphabets freehand or is there a book or is there a book of alphabet patterns to purchase?
Thanks and blessings,
I draw them freehand, Diane. :-)
I was afraid of that :)
I will have to practice drawing the alphabet.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
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