Showing Off – my picks

I love being able to feature some of you each week – so fun!!  Thanks to everyone for making the link party successful each week.  Here’s some that caught my eye:

The tunic top from Life in the Makings – she took a sewing project gone wrong and turned it into something great:

Tunic

 And speaking of tops, another great one is from Grits and Giggles – love it:

 I wonder if this steering wheel cover will turn into an optical illusion when driving – super fun – from Helby’s Hatch:


 I think everyone needs some Darth Vadar bean bags – you can get the pattern from Show Tell Share:

 I loved this gathered quilt the other day when I saw it, so I was excited to see it in the link party – I’m a big fan of gathers!  See how to make it over at The Train to Crazy:

Gathered-duvet-cover-tutorial-1

 Twin Dragonfly Designs made some crocheted eggs – aren’t they cute?!?!

 Cute as a Fox made these flower cupcakes for a party – they look simple, cute, and delicious – perfect!

 Check out the storage solution at THIS BLOG – love the bright colors:

 Love the banquette seating over at Second Chance to Dream:


 

Banana Fudge Brownie Pie – need I say more?!?  See the recipe over at Back For Seconds:

AND, the most viewed link….
Fabric Organization from Stars & Sunshine:

fabric shelves organization

And speaking of, this is one of my big dilemmas – I have most of my fabric folded nicely, but I never know how to put it in order.  Do I do colors, like she did in the above picture, or do I group it together in collections, which is what I currently do (like I have several from Amy Butler, so it’s all together) – and if colors is the way to do, what about fabric that has a ton of different colors???
 Thoughts on fabric organizationg – let’s here them!

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  1. says

    Thanks for featuring me again – yay! I spent a long time thinking about how I wanted to organize my fabrics, and ended up deciding (obviously) that color would work best for me. I’m a visual person, so that’s ultimately how I pair fabrics, anyways. I also found it really helped to discriminate between colors – for example, the blues aren’t just all mixed in, there are a couple stacks for navys, for bright aqua-type blues, for pale baby blues, and for dusty blues (apparently I have a thing for blue fabric, lol). I did similar things for the greens and reds as well. For fabrics with several colors – I either folded up the square and decided which color it ‘read’ – which color seemed to dominate – and put it there. If you look closely, you can tell I also have a stack of red & green fabrics on their own (love Christmas fabrics!) and there’s one stack on the middle shelf that is just fabrics which are mostly white with random colors thrown in.

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