It’s hard to believe, but there are only two more days of the Craft Book Month 2013 blog hop! Have you been inspired by our talented contributors? We’d still love to see what YOU’VE been making . . . you have until the end of the month to link up your craft book projects!
Every so often, my actual life and blogging life collide. When my husband and I moved across the country last winter, I was so glad to know that Veronica at sewVery was in town, and she’s been absolutely invaluable in helping me to settle into this new place! Today on her blog, Veronica is showing off an adorable baby doll carrier using a pattern from the Oliver + S book Little Things to Sew. (STC Craft). If you have a child who collects baby dolls, this is a really unique gift idea! Her blog also offers a wealth of information on sewing pattern reviews, tutorials and more.
Stefanie at the Craftside blog made a recycled sweater and doily sunglasses case, inspired by the new book Zakka Handmades by Amy Morinaka (Creative Publishing International). This book is filled with lots of cute little gifts to sew and for family, friends or for yourself! I love the idea of sewing with upcycled materials, and so does Stefanie. She’s actually written a book on repurposing sweaters herself!
Craftside is also offering a giveaway for a copy of the book, which you can enter to win here!
Want to join us and sew along for Craft Book Month 2013?
Also, check out the Craft Book Month Prizes!
Enter to win fabric, thread + more in the Coats and Clark giveaway!