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

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!


List of Ideas to Sew

What will you make?

10 Responses

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

  2. 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:
    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. 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.

  4. 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!!!

  5. 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!

  6. 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!!!

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

    Love, Violette

  8. 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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