Sunday Fun | Craft tutorials I like

In bed

For a while now I’ve bookmarked the tutorials and patterns that I find online. Some because I think they look interesting, other because I intend to follow them at some stage in my creative carrier. You can check all of my links out at my del.icio.us-page.

I thought that I’d present some tutorials here on my blog with a little link list each Sunday, I hope you like this idea? This is part I of the Sunday Fun!

Enjoy!

List of Ideas to Sew

What will you make?

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10 Responses to Sunday Fun | Craft tutorials I like

  1. Dawn says:

    I think it’s a great idea. I recently discovered del.icio.us, and one of the first things I found was your del.icio.us page. I put you on my network. I hope you don’t mind.

  2. iHanna says:

    Dawn!
    No, I’d be happy to be in your and anyone else’s network! Did you know that you can “give” links to me by writing a tag that says:
    for:ihanna
    as one of your tags? It will show up on my page and I’ll know you think it’s something I should look at. Pretty cool I think! :-)

  3. gkgirl says:

    this was fantastic,
    thanks so much…
    i look forward to next sunday!
    :)

  4. Dawn says:

    Great! I had seen that trick about giving links to others, but I didn’t know if you’d want someone too. I’ll keep it in mind as I surf.

  5. Flassie says:

    Oh thanks for the links!

    I’ve been looking for new ideas
    for Christmas.

    I put a few up. I’m am going to
    put up more later this week.

    One is a link on how to sew a Cloth Baseball.
    One is cute slippers I found at MaryEngelbreits.
    She has a case for glasses too I will post later.
    I posted two book idea links. One is like postcards of a trip someone took. It’s so cute.
    The other is cute too.

    GOD Bless You and Yours and Your Creative Life!!!

  6. geek+nerd says:

    my delicious page is out of control! i use it to keep track of tutorials as well and recipes! i’m getting close to a thousand links, eep!

  7. bonnie says:

    Crazy about the paste and paper texture tut! Thanks

  8. Flassie says:

    iHanna,

    I put up more links to some tutorials at my blog plus a link to this blog entry of yours.

    GOD Bless You and Yours and Your Creative Life!!!

  9. violette says:

    Wow……..these are wonderful! Thanks so much for taking the time to put these links up! I really love the paste tutorial!

    Love, Violette

  10. Ooooooh, great links. Thank you! I’ve given up on knitting — let go of it, more accurately — but I have every intention of becoming a quilter. My grandmother was, and someone has to carry on the family tradition. The diagonal strip quilt is absolutely delicious, and it does look like fruit stripe gum, like she says!

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