Sew Thankful Sunday – 12-09-2012

This is my day to share some of the things that I’m sew thankful for in the “blogosphere” and in my own life.

Let’s start with a link party I just discovered this morning at The Lettered Cottage.  Kevin and Layla have a gorgeous blog and if you’re looking for some holiday decorating ideas, you have to check out this page.  Lots of beautiful mantels, shelves, and table tops all dressed up for the holidays.

The Lettered Cottage

And I’m sew thankful for Anne Sutton of Bunnyhill Designs for sharing this Snow Pockets free pattern.  And you can find a Snow Pocket Kit on her website too!

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Snow Pocket from Bunnyhill Designs

Isn’t it adorable?  She also gives you a tutorial on wool applique.  You’ll love everything about her blog and website.  If you subscribe to her newsletter, you’ll find great inspiration and an occasional freebie like this vintage Christmas label printable:

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Another freebie that I’m sew thankful for is this Peppermint Table Runner pattern from Connecting Threads:

Peppermint Table Runner Pattern Download

and this Peppermint Pin Cushion:

Peppermint Pincushion Pattern

Sew cute and on my (very long) list of things to make!  Visit their free pattern page for more inspiration!

If you have some old jeans that are ready for the recyle bin, you might want to check out these cute Christmas Fabric Baskets from Pam at Threading My Way:

Christmas Fabric Baskets at Threading My Way

Aren’t they sew cute? I can picture them in all kinds of holiday fabrics!

And even though I grumble about all of the hair he sheds and the garbage he eats, Cooper is so adorable – especially when he’s sleeping!

I’ll be back soon with Part 2 of “how to piece batting scraps together”.

Have a beautiful Sunday!

~Julie

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Sew Thankful Sunday – 12-09-2012 — 4 Comments

  1. Love Cooper! Is he a Brittany? We have a Brittany named Mondo – he is 3-1/2 years old and is wonderful with my grandchildren – very tolerant and gentle. Mondo does like to escape the yard, though, so we have installed an invisible (electric) fence to keep him where he belongs!

  2. I really enjoy your craft suggestions. I made the mug rugs with the trees on them. So cute. Fun to make. Kinda like a miniature quilt.
    J

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