Welcome to Tuesday Turn About #15! It’s hard to believe it’s been 15 weeks already! With fall crafting around the corner, it’s time to break out the hot glue gun and a sewing machine (or Stitch Witchery, if that’s more your jam). Here are a few crafts with fabric to get your gears turning.
This week, I pulled all of my fall decor out of the attic and other hiding places. I always get a little overwhelmed by how much one can accumulate over the years! I’m determined to take inventory and donate some old things before allowing myself to add to the stash.
Meet Your Link Party Hostesses
Each week, I co-host this party with Julie from My Wee Abode and Michelle from Thistle Key Lane. Be sure to visit each of their blogs and check out the different posts they selected as well.
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What Your Hosts Have Been Up To…
First Day of Home
Thistle Key Lane
My Wee Abode
This Week’s Link Party Features: Easy Crafts with Fabric
As a reminder, we choose three unique features on each of our blogs! Be sure to check out all three blogs to see our nine weekly features!
Also, we have a Tuesday Turn About Pinterest board that includes all of our weekly features, if you’d like to follow along.
We’re heading into peak season for fabric projects and perhaps some repurposing/upcycling too. These fabric crafts might inspire you to refresh your home decor as we head into fall.
Go visit some of these posts and give them some love!
Mary Beth from The How-To Home has a great little sewing hack for those kitchen towels that keep falling off the rack. She shows you how to make a simple hanging dish towel that looks clean and simple but oh-so-charming.
Claire from Pillar Box Blue shared a fun upcycle project using old denim jeans–her specialty! I’m a big fan of DIY flowers, as you know, and I loved the way her denim flowers bouquet turned out. What a fun, shabby chic look!
Leanna from Faeries & Fauna was speaking my language with her DIY Cushion Cover made with Dropcloth. Love that stencil she used! I’ve done several drop cloth stenciling projects, and if you haven’t tried it, you definitely should! Go see Leanna’s tutorial!
Now It’s Your Turn! Link Away!
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