Sew & Tell Saturday August 11, 2012

One of the things I love about running this sewing link up is discovering talented and super creative people! 
Whether you are the type who sews yourself fantastic dresses, you sew for your kids, make beautiful bags, make gifts and home accessories, or you sew adorable stuffed toys, or you knit , crochet, or embroider, you are all appreciated and welcome here!
Here are some discoveries from last week.
I met super nice blogger Louise who blogs at Lou Love This last week through my link party. She makes the MOST ADORABLE stuffed toys. I am totally smitten by her little fox dollie here!
Check out this beautiful yellow striped collar made by Kaitlin at Wunderbar. 
Heidi from Elegance and Elephants shared a tutorial to make this beautiful petal  sleeved blouse.
Thanks Heidi!
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-McKenzie

Comments

  1. says

    Hi Justine–Thanks for always hosting this. I love the links to other people’s blogs. Hopefully next week I can link something. Do you mind crocheting or knitting projects or would you prefer simply sewing projects with fabric?

    • Justine of SewCountryChick says

      I was just thinking last night I should have added crochet and knitting too. I’ll edit my post. Thanks!

  2. ruby murray says

    Thanks so much for hosting again Justine, so glad I finally have something stitchy to offer, would love to be able to link up my other non sewing/stitching projects too though. Some great links as usual, how cute is that Fox stuffie?

  3. says

    Hello Justine, I have been reading for a while and love what you sew, especially for your children. I’m a new follower, and added a recent make to your links above. I will go back and put a link in the post also. I hope that’s ok.

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