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Hi everyone and welcome to my second installment of Sew & Tell Saturday!
Let’s see what you have been up to!
Link your blog posts here and visit other people’s blogs too. To link up first go to to your blog and click the title bar of the post you want to feature, the permalink. Post that address in my InLinkz form below and a page will open and you can choose what photo you would like to feature from your blog post. You can also download from a URL.
Linky party etiquette usually requires a link back to your party host’s website with either a text link or by copying and posting my html below which will show up as my cute little button…( if I do say so myself.)
You can post the link either on the bottom of your blog post, on a separate linky party page like I do, or on your sidebar.
Anyway it’s a fun way to get discovered by new people and to discover new blogs yourself. I hope you enjoy my blog too. Now I am not sure why the photos on this weeks links are so small but I will get to the bottom of it and if you come back next week I should have a larger photo format to show off your work better. I went to my InLinkz manager and I can’t resize the photos once the collection is up so I’m sorry these photo links are so darn small this week! I will also be resizing my blog button as it looks huge on your sites!
This link up will be open all weekend. Please try to visit at least two other posting bloggers and leave a comment for them if you can. Thanks!
Here are some featured contributors from last week:
Check out this lovely fall dress made from a sixties Vogue pattern by Chrissy at Adventures in adventuring. That lion print has me roaring to go!
How about this tutorial for making boot warmers from old sweaters at In His Grip? Perfect for Christmas .
How adorable is this pin up photo Lisette took of her self made negligee at Vintage Or Bust ? Va va voom!
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.