There were so many great project for everyone to click through this week, we got tons of clicks...but the most by far went to this absolutely incredible original design made by Michelle of Falafel and the Bee.
Check out these beautiful dresses made by you in our Just For You 'Sewlebrity Sewalong'! Earlier this month we introduced two projects from Just For You (the Crafty Satchel and the Quilting Bee Dress). The book contains patterns for both projects, and more... 24 fun things to sew for yourself!
I've been working so hard on my girls' Easter dresses lately, that one day this week I needed to take a break from it and sew something completely different - an 'Easter Dress' for myself. And I knew exactly what fabric I would use. I recently got this charcoal polka dot jersey...
It's Friday Spotlight and the winner of this weeks Show Off Saturday linky party is Jennifer from Never Just Jennifer! This quilt is just stunning. I'm really drawn the bright reds with the contrasting cream. Even with the snow in the background of the photos, the quilt makes me think spring will be popping right around the corner!
Didn't you just love Heidi's Crafty Satchel that she posted yesterday? Those leather handles were awesome. If you are dying to make the Crafty Satchel but don't want to put down the money for pre-made handles you are in luck because today Sarah's going to show you how to make your own "pre-made" handles out of fabric and a little Soft & Stable interfacing.
Guess who our 'Sewlebrity' blogger this week is??? It's Heidi Staples of Fabricmutt! I'm a huge fan of Heidi (and I love her new book Sew Organized) so I was thrilled when she agreed to join our Just For You Sewlebrity Sewalong.
Some of that fabric you have hidden away in your cupboard or on your little fat quarter shelf is too pretty to be hidden away. Put it on display on your wall! The best part about this storage, um... home decor, is that when you think of the perfect project for that FQ or half-yard, it's easy to take it down.
I love to use sewing as a form of my creative expression. And I love that Joe has been inspired to try sewing creatively with one of my tutorials. Sewing is a universal language that knows few barriers and unites so many in an appreciation for wonderful new ideas!