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Welcome to my first installment of my new fabric craft and sewing linkup Sew N Tell Saturday! I’m so glad you stopped by! Please feel free to post as many sewing and fabric related crafts from your blogs as you would like. Please visit someone else posting and post a comment for them as this is such a good way to meet new bloggers.
Also if you don’t mind posting my button on your sites here is my code:
Posting my button will help my little party grow but it’s not necessary. I hope this can be a supportive environment for designers, sewists, and crafters.
Take a look around here and if you like my blog you are invited to follow it and I will try to follow you back too!
Remember to post your specific blog post , not a link to your blog’s home page. If you link to the homepage, it won’t work.
My project for today is a Thanksgiving turkey softie project you make by tracing your child’s hand.
I found the original tutorial at Bella Dia.Please click on over to her beautiful site for her detailed, wonderful tutorial! Next week I will have a vintage dress I have been working on.
It was a little harder to do this project than I thought and I ended up doing the majority of the work as my 8 year old wandered off and you can forget about my 2 year old, but now I have a nice memory of my little ones hands to look at every Thanksgiving! It seems I am always trying these crafty projects with my kids but then I end up doing all the work! Can someone please tell me the secret to keeping kids interested?!
So now it’s time to post your own projects! Don’t forget to visit someone else!
You made it to the end of the post! Please stop by often for a variety of sewing projects, clothes making tips , and stylish handmade living. Feel free to email me at justine @ sewcountrychick.com if you have questions.