Thursday, 29 October 2009
Sunday, 25 October 2009
Nancy-Rose has a tutorial showing us how to make a scrappy quilt with snowball blocks and nine patch blocks to use up all those old shirts you have or find at the op shop. What a nifty idea Nancy-Rose. Thanks for the great tutorial.
Friday, 23 October 2009
Thursday, 22 October 2009
What a cute idea for the girls to make bracelets with all those hundreds of buttons I seem to be accumulating. I can never find a pair out of them....so this is a great idea that Indigo Blue has. I know its nothing new and I have seen them before, but I needed reminding.
Wednesday, 21 October 2009
Monday, 19 October 2009
Amy from During Quiet Time has a great tutorial using selvages edges to make a scrappy armrest for us sewers/crafters....ohhh boy I can't wait to try this one. I have been saving my selvage edges for something and I think this is it.
Sharon has an amazing freebie over at House of Pugish.....a brilliant Unicorn pattern. You have to snap this one up if you are into this kind of thing. Please don't forget to leave a comment and say thank you to the people who share their patterns with us.
Tuesday, 13 October 2009
Monday, 12 October 2009
You can print off some vintage Christmas tags here for all those lovely pressies that are going to be wrapped and left under the Christmas tree.....or hey, why leave them under the tree, just send them to me....lol
There are some other style of Christmas tags to print off here, here, and here too.
Thursday, 8 October 2009
The Giving Flower has a down-loadable tutorial for a purse organiser. Now when you want to change handbags you just need to pull your organiser out and all your goodies will just pop into the new handbag....wahhh laahhh...what a great idea.
The Chocolate Crow Trader is an Aussie site with many sellers coming together to sell their wares. But on top of that they have lots of free patterns. Some terrific prim patterns I just love. Stitchery, dolls, Halloween, Christmas...all sorts.
Junie Moon has a small book with natural cleaning recipes that is available to download. So for all you out there that like to use natural recipes or always wanted to try natural cleaning recipes for cleaning, now is a great chance to grab it.
Wednesday, 7 October 2009
Lisa from Button Bliss has more Christmas stitchery patterns up to grab. These really are sweet and will make lovely ornaments or just use them on any of your Christmas goodies.
Lisa also has cute quotes to use on your projects and some instructions on how to use paint or water pencils to colour in your stitcheries.