November 12 ~ Clean & Tidy

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There’s something so satisfying about a Clean & Tidy home!…

Make It

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We love everything Lisa does at U-Handbag! We think this SUPER Easy Ironing Board Cover Tutorial & her Kaffe travel board would make ironing a lot less tedious.
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Rhondajean tells you how to make natural Cold Pressed Soap at down to earth. You can easily customize the soap to include your favorite color, fragrance and/or herbs.
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Nanette from Freda’s Hive writes that her Waffle Dish Cloths are an “easy project, and it makes a very simple and inexpensive gift.”
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Hannah from Knick-Knacks & Ric Rac based the pattern for this cute Dirndl Clothespin Bag on her favorite vintage clothespin bag!
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Krista shares an easy Reusable Swiffer Cloth Tutorial at Look Ma No Patterns.
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Make a Laundry Sack with Randi’s handy tutorial on i have to say…

You might also enjoy these related tutorials from the SMS archives: Patchwork Kitchen Mat, Fabric Liner for Storage Baskets, Patchwork Kitchen Towels, For the Kitchen & Gifts for Organization

Here are just a handful of fabrics we love for some of these projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Lauren’s choice Jessie’s choice Jennifer’s choice
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Buy It

spacer Unbleached Tomato Filigree Linen Tea Towel from Flower Press
Flower Press sells beautiful tea towels in a variety of prints and colors. We love this Tomato Filigree Linen Tea Towel! Susie adds that her tea towels are, “…Made of the most beautiful linen which wears fantastically. And these unbleached towels are the most beautiful natural colour. I’m proud to say too that my inks are environmentally friendly.” Visit Flower Press and take a look at the tea towels, prints & more.

Mix It

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Susan from Wild Yeast shares this pretty Chocolate Panettone Baked in Folded Paper Baskets Recipe. Her daughter loved the Panettone, and if you like chocolate you might just love it too! The recipe post also links to Susan’s general tips on making panettone, including why and how to hang it after baking.

Photo by Wild Yeast

Print It

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iHanna from Sweden designed this whole sheet of red labels for holiday tags, journals, scrapbook pages or other projects (it’s just like the one on her print-on-demand book A Creative Year). You could also use them to label tubs/bins/baskets as you clean & tidy! Learn more about iHanna’s art, craft and creativity at iHanna’s blog.

Win It

Tweet #handmadeholidays anytime this week for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Sew,Mama,Sew!

Comment in today’s post for a chance to win this great prize. The winner will be announced on Friday. Visit our prize list to see some of the other great giveaways this month.

By Amy Karol

(Potter Craft, $21.95, ISBN: 978-0-307-45183-5 (0-307-45183-6))

From the Publisher:

You’ve bent all the rules with sewing, so now what? It’s high time you made your own fashions even more you with Amy Karol’s next craft revolution: Bend the Rules with Fabric.
Using simple, high-impact techniques:
• painting
• stamping
• dyeing
• silk screening
• photo transfer
You’ll learn everything you need to know to turn a plain piece of fabric or a garment into the perfect showcase for your personality.

In this follow-up to the wildly popular Bend-the-Rules Sewing you will see how easy it is to alter fabric, making and using your own custom stamps; make stencils that will totally transform totes and tees; rescue tired clothes with a new dye job; and use appliqués to spruce up anything that needs a little TLC. With Amy’s familiar, friendly tone and valuable advice, you’ll see every piece of fabric as blank canvas for your artistic vision!

More Handmade Holiday Ideas (& don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool!)
11 ~ Pamper
10 ~ Craft
9 ~ Play
8 ~ Deck the Halls
7 ~ Exercise
6 ~ Sit Back & Relax
5 ~ Read
4 ~ Go Green
3 ~ Sleep
2 ~ Adorn
1 ~ Wear

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431 Responses to November 12 ~ Clean & Tidy

  1. Kelly says:

    Great useful gift ideas!

  2. Denise says:

    oh my do I need a new ironing board cover. Thanks for the link!

  3. liliana says:

    I really love the laundry sack. And I think i might need an ironing board cover…

  4. liliana says:

    I really love the loundry sack. And I think i might need a ironing board cover…

  5. Salihan says:

    Thanks for sharing these tutorials!

  6. sofie says:

    I’m usaually stopping by here for the sewing patterns, but today I’m all about the pannetone. Can’t wait…

  7. BreannaS says:

    I love the information on cold soap making I have been interested in soap making for a while but i think that I will wait until my children are much older.

  8. Julie says:

    I like the reusable swiffer and the waffle dish cloths.

  9. Bec Clarke says:

    Oh those are so good, today is a great day for ideas.

  10. Jennifer O. says:

    The swiffer cloth intriques me.

  11. Nichole says:

    Would soooo love a copy of this book !

  12. whitney says:

    Great idea for the reusable swiffer!! i will have to try this.

  13. Christina says:

    the dishcloths are too cute!

  14. lomagirl says:

    I’m going to try this pannetone. I’m always at a loss for not having the proper equipment.

  15. Alissa says:

    Ooh, soap!

  16. Stacy says:

    I already have some waffle cloth, so I am going to try those dish cloths!

  17. Morgan says:

    I am already planning on making the swiffer clothes… Thanks for the ideas!

  18. perches says:

    The soap and towels tutorials are both going on my To Do list. Thanks!

  19. Ingrid says:

    Mmm,panettone! And so many other great things to make. The book’s on my wihslist, too.

  20. sonya says:

    all adorable!

  21. Beth Enniss says:

    Great gift ideas! Thanks Sew Mama!

  22. Jenny says:

    I really like the dish clothes, and have been wanting to make soap for a long time. The swiffer pads – well, I really need to use some of the those!

  23. Alexa says:

    the teapot fabric is just too cute and the panettone sounds delicious!

  24. Sarah says:

    again, more great ideas! Loving the washcloth link, thank you

  25. Here we go again with the wonderful ideas – the waffle weave dish cloths are really great!

  26. Jessica says:

    I can’t wait to make the “Chocolate Panettone Baked in Folded Paper Baskets” and the ironing board cover.

  27. Dacia says:

    Such wonderful ideas! I love them all! I really want to try to make that soap and the ironing board cover. And I love the reusable swiffer pads, hate having to buy those and throw them away! great idea!

  28. Lisa says:

    I absolutely LOVE every project in this post! I have some serious sewing to get to!

  29. amy says:

    Awesome tutorials! Love , love the clothespin bag. And the waffle dish cloths are a must on my Christmas to-do list.

  30. mara says:

    That laundry sack is a little too nice for my laundry!

  31. Judi B says:

    No more swiffer refills. I’m so down with that! I would also love today’s freebie, since I enjoyed her first book.

  32. Kelli says:

    I NEED that linen towel. And I love the waffle weave wascloths with the colored binding. Very cute and efficient!

  33. Samantha says:

    The clothespin bag- a MUST!

  34. Thessa says:

    I love clean and tidy gifts. Thanks so much for all the great ideas!

  35. amy says:

    I love the laundry bag. I may have to get a laundry line just for the bag!

  36. Wow!!! Super great ideas!!!
    My ironing board needs a new cover ASAP! Thank you for the help!
    I´ll try the laundry bag as well 🙂

  37. Ashleigh says:

    I might be too late, but I’d love to be entered to win this book! Also, just as soon as I have a house of my own (hopefully in a couple months… fingers crossed!), I’ll make myself one of those ironing board covers – cool idea!

  38. Ammie says:

    The fabrics on the laundry bag are adorable, and I would love to try my hand at some pressed soap. Thanks!

  39. jeanette says:

    Oh i love Amy Karol’ book so much. Thank you for the red labels, the cloth pinn bag, the cover etc etc.

  40. Jo says:

    OMG I would so love that book, it looks cool!!! Am really liking the ironing board cover! Might make one for Christmas for my hubby (he does all the ironing in our house!)

  41. Vicki says:

    I’d love to have Amy Karol’s book! These are all great items.

  42. Sarah says:

    Bend the Rules Sewing is a great book so I’m looking forward to Amy Karol’s new one!

  43. Anna says:

    An ironing board cover? Just what I’m after! Thank you 🙂

  44. Karen says:

    Thanks for all these great tutorials. The ironing board cover in the teapot fabric is definitely on my list of gifts – but I may have to do one for myself too!

  45. Kym says:

    I’d like to think hanging out washing would be more enjoyable with such a cute peg bag. It’s worth a try.

  46. Gretel says:

    Fabulous. I love the peg bag.

  47. Dejah Leger says:

    how awesome! What a great idea for the holidays!

  48. Silvia says:

    The ironing board cover and the clothespin bag are very useful!!! Great projects! Thanks!

  49. Jen C. says:

    nice collection of tutorials

  50. Sylvie says:

    Thanks again for those great ideas!

  51. Kirstin Juul says:

    I love the clothes pin bag…. My grandmother had a great one made out of old flour sac’s from the 40’s… wish it were still around 🙂

  52. Laura says:

    Can definitely use the swiffer cloth idea! Thanks for the chance to win!

  53. Tammy Miller says:

    wow! love the clothespin bag! Great tutorials today!

  54. Jessica says:

    The reusable dusting/mopping cloth is a must have and the feminine clothespin bag is too cute! Thanks for some more great tutorials!

  55. Rochelle says:

    I think I’ll make some of those patchwork floormats for the bathroom out of Christmas fabric and a towel backing. Great idea!

  56. Deanne says:

    Another day of great tutorials.

  57. Iluvbnamom says:

    All of these items are great! The waffle dishcloths and swiffer will make wonderful gifts – but the ironing board cover will be for me!! Thanks!

  58. Susan says:

    I’m sewing super fast to fit all these fabulous ideas in before Christmas but I think those waffle dish clothes are just brilliant and will have to be added to the ever growing list of presents to make and sew!

  59. tara says:

    love these projects. perfect for christmas!

  60. What great projects. And I just can’t wait to read Bend the Rules with Fabric, as Amy’s first book was really fun and helpful to me!

  61. Jennifer says:

    Well, today I’m speechless. Which one to try first? You must have been reading my mind, I need a reusable swiffer cloth, a new ironing board cover (the kids used it as a table, eww), and who doesn’t love homemade soap?

  62. Sue Atkins says:

    Oh, my mother had one of these clothes pin holders when I was a kid. It was an actual baby dress, but I remember it so well. I have a son, so never had any girly dresses to do this with, but now that I have this pattern I will defiinitely be making one. I don’t have a clothes line either, but will find something to put in this little cutie

  63. Livvie says:

    Love the clothespin bag!

  64. min says:

    Love the clothespin bag, even if I don’t use them! I wonder what else it could hold???

  65. Heather says:

    I love the swiffer cloths! What a great idea!

  66. i’ll have to check out that laundry sack tute! i need one for every family member so as not to have piles of clothes in random spots throughout the house!

  67. aurore says:

    So many cute ideas. Love the bread and the soap.

  68. Liz B says:

    I made reusable Swiffer cloths out of microfiber cloths, which stick to the Swiffer’s velcro on their own. But the microfiber doesn’t glide across the floor as easily as I would like, so this terrycloth idea is great!

  69. Amy says:

    Woo Hoo!! Loving all of these ideas and giveaways!!!! Thanks a bunch!!

  70. Magda says:

    Chocolate Panettone. Oooooh, that sounds yummy. Must make some.

  71. indywriter says:

    Hmm… I’ve always wanted to learn how to make soap. Maybe this is the year! 🙂

  72. Bethany says:

    What great ideas! I look forward to reading about how to make an easy ironing board cover.

  73. lorena says:

    I so want to try and make the Reusable Swiffer Cloth. And I’d love to win Amy’s book! 😉

  74. Lucie says:

    I looked through the books at Borders and not only it looks inspiring but also easy to read and execute. Fun fun fun book 🙂

  75. dani poppins says:

    so many fantastic ideas, so little time!!!!

  76. Liz says:

    oooh! reusable swiffer cloth! i like the idea of swiffers, but they create sooooo much trash with the disposable cloths. i like this tutorial!

  77. BrendaDe says:

    great ideas once again! Would love to win this book!

  78. Krista says:

    thank you for featuring my swiffer pads. 🙂

  79. Estelle says:

    Again some wonderful ideas!! I’d love the book as well!

  80. Carmel says:

    I really need to replace my ironing board cover, so I will go and check out that tutorial now…

  81. Sarahe4e says:

    Great ideas today! Hurrah. Of course there have been great ideas every day.

  82. Julie says:

    Such simple ideas, yet so satisfying!

  83. Lisa Fenwick says:

    I LOVE the clothespin bag, I am always excited when spring rolls around and I go back to air drying the clothes and this is a lot prettier than that old raggedy clothespin sack I’ve been using forever!

  84. scenelady says:

    Ooh, I’m going to have to try that swifter pad.. I usually just attach my microfiber cloth to it. Great Idea!

  85. Gina F says:

    Ah–the reusable Swifter Cloth. So clever! This book will get much use at my house.
    Thanks for the wonderful holiday tutorials.

  86. mon ami says:

    oooh, so excited about the swiffer cover (too guilty about the disposable factor to have indulged in a swiffer but this makes it much more tempting)

    thanks for sharing

  87. Christy says:

    So much amazingness here! Can’t wait to make the cold pressed soap and the clothespin bag!

    Thank you sew mama sew!

  88. Tina says:

    I think the soap will make a nice combination with knitted washcloths for a Christmas Present.

  89. Chrissy says:

    I normally am a big rule follower, so I could use a lot of help learning how to bend them.

  90. Kirsten says:

    I can’t wait to make the soap and bread! Thanks!

  91. Ellen says:

    Love the ironing board cover – I found an extra ironing board(a little used) & definitely need to remake the cover.

  92. Rachel says:

    awesome book! Hope I win!!

  93. Crystal says:

    I LOVE the clothes pin bag! Definatley need to make one.

  94. Deborah says:

    Definitely want to try the reusable swiffer cloth! Thank you!!

  95. Emily says:

    Definitely need to try the swiffer cloths!

  96. jennsquared says:

    I’ve been looking for tutorial for cold press soap! This is great! Thanks!!!!

  97. Kaye Prince says:

    Oh my gosh, I absolutely love the waffle dish towels – I definitely need to make some of those!

  98. LynnReaney says:

    Great ideas! Now if someone could just teach me how to be neat and tidy!

  99. Jill D says:

    Can you give someone an ironing board cover for Christmas without the obvious implication that they should iron? Hmmm…. Very cute!

  100. Stephanie says:

    I would love to make that soap! I’m just too afraid to use lye. 🙁 I might have to get over that fear and use this tutorial!

  101. Ann says:

    Love the reusable Swiffer Pad – cut down on that waste!

  102. I’m enjoying all of the ideas. Keep ’em coming!

  103. Kirsten says:

    Oooo…I’ve been after this book!

  104. Stacey C. says:

    Love the thought of the reusable Swiffer cloth! Brilliant!!

  105. Michelle says:

    Love the homemade swiffer cloths!

  106. April says:

    I like the waffle dish towels they are cute and practical.

  107. anne says:

    i always love the projects i see during handmade holidays. keep up the great work!

  108. Michele says:

    More great projects! I wouldn’t mind winning a copy of Amy Karol’s new book, I really enjoy her blog.

  109. Karen says:

    Maybe I’ll try to scrape up my courage and make some real honest-to-goodness homemade soap (not just the melt and pour kind). The fabric book looks awesome!

  110. Emily says:

    Love the linen tea towels- red + linen seems so french chic to me!

  111. Karen says:

    Maybe I’ll scrape together my courage and try making some REAL

  112. KristiLou says:

    Got my new sewing machine today and can’t wait to get started!

  113. Sissy says:

    Hooray I finally get to ditch (most of) my ugly ironing board cover and can get a fresh look with simple to follow directions!

  114. Marnae says:

    I need to make that ironing board cover and laundry if I could just find time to do the laundry. Was looking to buy that book, but would love to win it!!

  115. Wendy says:

    I love those reusable swiffer cloths. I know my mom could really use a set. Thanks for the inspiration!

  116. bex says:

    I *love* bending the rules.

  117. Kate says:

    That’s such a pretty laundry bag, also would love to make a gorgeous ironing board cover.

  118. Stacy says:

    I love the ironing board cover, I would love to make one of these instead of the ugly one that came with it.

  119. sandyandcosmo says:

    I really need to make that ironing board cover!

  120. Mary says:

    That soap is so pretty!

  121. LisaAlso says:

    I want everything on this page!! What a great gift a basket with all these goodies would be!

  122. I hate cleaning, but I love all these tutorials!

  123. mary says:

    These are great!!

  124. Kim says:

    All of the ideas are so fabulous! Thanks for the inspiration!

  125. I think I’m gonna use the ironing board cover to make a cover for the back of my toilet top… I keep tissues and a basket on there but would like the back covered… for a cleaner tidier look :0)

  126. andrea says:

    Can my comment just be I really, really want that book?

  127. More great projects! Love the ironing board cover and the soaps and the dishclothes and the pin holder, wow! Thanks for all the inspiration!

  128. alli b says:

    love the clothespin bag. will make that for the spring for sure!

  129. Angela says:

    Oh, I’ve been eye-balling this book! I’ve never used a laundry bag, but this one is so pretty I might have upgrade my plastic garbage bag.

  130. Shirley says:

    I have been considering attempting to make soap for a while. Thanks for the recipe to show me how.

  131. Grace Wong says:

    love the laundry sack tute!

  132. Sara Suzanne Sews says:

    Yay laundry bag!

  133. craftytammie says:

    I love all of those ideas, and the clothespin bag is adorable!

  134. Diane says:

    Hmm, clean my house…. or make something to help me do it? I vote for the second!

  135. Rachel says:

    I have more things to check out 🙂 Love to have the book too!

  136. Jennifer says:

    I love the IBC tutorial–wish I’d thought of that before finally breaking down and buying one earlier this week!

  137. Joanna says:

    I’ve always wanted to try making my own soap! Thanks for the link! OH……. And I’d love to have Amy Karol’s book ^^

  138. Lola says:

    The clothespin bag is so cute!

  139. Ticia says:

    I like the reusable swiffer pad

  140. jm says:

    I am quite interested in trying the Chocolate Panettone Baked in Folded Paper Baskets.

  141. Heidi says:

    I”m always intrigued by soap, so thank you for another recipe.

  142. Monica says:

    That clothespin holder is so sweet!

  143. trina says:

    Great tutorials- makes me want to get cleaning!

  144. julia says:

    I love hand made wash cloths & that waffle fabric is beautiful!–I totally have a friend who NEEDS a new ironing board cover!…I should do that!

  145. shannon says:

    Some of my favorite sewing projects are for practical items, and these are all great!

  146. Rachel says:

    YAY! An ironing board cover tutorial! Mine is so nasty. I need to do this project!

  147. Tabitha says:

    EVERYTHING is so awesome today. I just picked up some waffle towels on sale that I’ll have to spiff up!

  148. Christina W says:

    wow, that soap looks like a great idea!

  149. Toya says:

    neat ideas!

  150. Roxanne says:

    I love pretty things, but I really love useful things, and these are both!

  151. kriswithmany says:

    Making soap could be fun – if I ever had time without kids. How hard is it to find ingredients?

  152. Stacy says:

    The swiffer cover is genius!

  153. Sylvie says:

    My ironing boards look so dull. Now I can try Lisa’s tutorial to make them a little more appealing.

  154. Shannah says:

    Wow! That is the coolest clothespin bag!

  155. crissy says:

    the cold pressed soap is something I have wanted to try for a while! I LOVE Amy’s book! :o)

  156. Hashi says:

    Wow, love those origami paper baking baskets!

    Also, I have the ‘dry’ swiffer, and use rectangles of fleece with it. No sew! Just wrap one around and poke it into the holes on top as you would with the purchased cloth.

  157. MamaBee says:

    Ooh, I love the waffle dish cloths. Think I have a new project to add to my list!

  158. Sally says:

    Oh my! Dish cloths plus soap!!! I love it!

  159. Dot says:

    Would love to win this book which is on my Amazon Wish List. Another day of wonderful visuals and an abundance of great ideas.

  160. Denise says:

    I love the clothespin bag tutorial. Here in Arizona it’s always clothesline drying weather too and we take advantage of it in our household. I can’t wait to try the tutorial.

  161. Megan says:

    Love, love, love it all!! I’m excited to make the soaps for Christmas presents. I so look forward to these posts in my GoogleReader. Thank you!

  162. Suzanne says:

    The ironing board cover tute makes it look so easy! More great ideas – thanks!

  163. Jen V says:

    Well, I need an ironing board cover but the clothespin holder looks like SO much fun.

  164. I love the swiffer pads. What a great idea!

  165. rae says:

    ooh! i have wanted to own this book for some time! thanks for the opportunity! 😉

  166. Desiree says:

    wow. that linen tea towel is beautiful!

  167. Ramona says:

    I have been contemplating making reusable swiffer covers. This has motivated me to actually make them. Recycling some beat up towels. Love the laundry bags too. 3 college kids, great gift idea.

  168. Laura says:

    Thanks for both the soap tutorial and the swiffer tutorial – both things that I’ve been thinking about and wanting to make!

  169. Trish says:

    I loved the swiffer cloth tutorial! This will be an easy way to make one more step in house cleaning eco-friendly, I’m all for less waste!

  170. Mary says:

    I am definitely going to be making some of those swiffer cloths for me! I’m also totally in love with the clothespin drindl. That will be a perfect gift for my mom and mother-in-law (and if I have time, one for me too. 🙂 ) I can always count on the handmade holidays month to give me some great ideas. Thanks, SMS!!!

  171. Jane says:

    I love Nanettes cloths!

  172. Miriam says:

    I just found your site through a link on Maya*Made. I love this post and might skip knitting night tonight and head to the fabric store! Those swiffer cloths are needed here and I’d love to try the soap recipe.

  173. Andi says:

    I love the reuseable swiffer cloths – I have been making mine out of dishcloths but those look so much nicer! My project list keeps getting longer and longer! 🙂

  174. Toni says:

    More fabulous ideas for my homemade Christmas this year! Thanks….

  175. ~Helena~ says:

    Where to start this month rocks, lots of great ideas.

  176. Limor says:

    I’ve been using a homemade micro fiber cover on my swiffer for the last couple of year. It works really well and there’s no waste. Gotta love something that saves you money and is chemical free.

  177. Christine says:

    Reusable swiffer pad for the win!! I need to swiffer daily just to keep up with the puppy fur that gets shed.

  178. Julia M. in MI says:

    Some more fun ideas. Thanks1

  179. Susan W says:

    I love this book and really hope to win it.I have Amy’s other book and refer to it all the time. My fingers and toes are crossed!

  180. Erin says:

    lovely lot of ideas. nothing like making necessary things pretty

  181. Kristen says:

    Pure genius! A removable swiffer cover!

  182. Kimberly says:

    Thank you for all these great gift ideas and tutorials.

  183. Jen L says:

    I love the dirndal clothes pin bag!

  184. Erin Compton says:

    That clothespin bag is absolutely adorable! I can’t wait to get a laundry line up so I can make one of those!

  185. Annwen says:

    I am especially taken with the clothspin bag 🙂

  186. Nicole says:

    Wow, what an incredible batch of tutorials! They are splendid, and just have me itching to make a few of them…we’ll see what happens!

    Have a beautiful afternoon:)

  187. Kathy says:

    I’m interested to see what “hanging” the bread means.

  188. the clothes pin bag and laundry bag are just what I’ve been looking for – THANK YOU!

  189. anja says:

    great ideas

  190. sy says:

    love everything at U-Handblog

  191. Sarah says:

    love the make your own swiffer idea!

  192. Michelle says:

    Love the bright colors of all (almost!) of these projects, and I especially like Lauren’s choice of fabric. So great.

  193. Rachel says:

    The edged towels are such a cute idea. What an easy way to spruce up a plain towel!

  194. Hilary says:

    I was just thinking about how I need a new ironing board cover.Let’s just say that I learned the hard way why I shouldn’t use my ironing board as a cutting table.Uhg!

  195. Megan says:

    Oh! I’ve been wanting to learn how to do prints!

  196. sherri s. says:

    Wow, my head is spinning with all of the things I’d LIKE to make…let’s see how many I DO make! Thanks so much!

  197. Kadybug says:

    Oh sew mama…you are making my bookmark/pattern list longer and longer! And yet I am so addicted and having a blast with all the new projects.

    I loved the soap and bread recipes and that swiffer thing was a nice reminder that I need to get in gear and make one.

  198. Tammy says:

    Great ideas today!

  199. Louby Lou says:

    Would sure make laundry day more fun 🙂

  200. MelodyJ says:

    The dish cloth and laundry sack will be very practical.

  201. Sarah AJ says:

    Awesome! I really need a new ironing board cover and swiffer cloths!

  202. kelly O! says:

    That clothespin bag is super cute!

  203. Betsy M says:

    What a great day of tutorials! The swiffer clothes are going to be made first! Thanks.

  204. Ann Dilcher says:

    So many things here that I would make! Laundry bags for my twins, maybe a version of the clothespin holder using a thrifted kids shirt…. love the giveaway.

  205. Michelle says:

    Thanks for another great day of inspiration!

  206. Mela says:

    so many awesome ideas, thank you! i can’t wait to try the chocolate panetonne bread!

  207. Jennifer J says:

    How on earth do you keep finding such wonderful ideas?

  208. Amy says:

    I love the dishtowels and the ironing board is a neat idea.

  209. Wehaf says:

    I love those waffle-weave towels!

  210. nori says:

    thank you for doing this series!! i love visiting every day to see your new theme. i’ve discovered amazing people and blogs through this series. :o)

  211. sarah says:

    Love that clothespin bag!

  212. Allison says:

    love the clothespin bag!

  213. Tanya says:

    Everytime I iron, I look at my ugly ironing board cover and think ugh! Now maybe I’ll fix it up!

  214. Lynne in NC says:

    Love, love, love everything about today’s ideas. The dirndl clothespin bag is THE cutest. Would love to hang out my laundry using that little number!

  215. Polly says:

    I am definitely going to try the clothespin bag! I would love to win this book. Thanks for all the great ideas

  216. Liz says:

    I love the idea of reusable swiffer cloths. No more making trash just to clean the dirt off the floor.

  217. Tayla B says:

    I think this is one of my favorite postings of yours so far! I love the swiffer cloth idea and I actually make my own soap at home too. I’m always looking for new ways to make necessities at home and cut back on waste.
    Thank you for putting these wonderful posts together!

  218. Renee says:

    I need to make a reuseable swiffer cloth for myself and just about everyone else I know this Christmas.

  219. Rebmara says:

    I like those dishcloths and I want to try making my own soap

  220. Leisel says:

    I needed one of those swiffer clothes. . . Awesome!

  221. alexis says:

    these are great ideas for house-warming gifts!

  222. Lorene says:

    Love the reusable swiffer cloth!

  223. Wow I am so in love with this handmade holidays list! I can’t wait to check it out each day and add more to my crafty to do list!


  224. JJ says:

    I have been dieing to get this book! Oh, and the bread looks good (my usual focus on food…).

  225. Kathie says:

    So many great ideas this post. Love the dishclothes & laundry hamper in particular. Thanks.

  226. Trish says:

    I really need a peg bag and that swiffer cloth is just fab! I’d rather do the sewing than the cleaning though! Thanks for all the great ideas. I’m really enjoying HH3. x

  227. Hayes says:

    The dirndl is AWESOME!

  228. Lisa Eichholtz says:

    Yet another fabulous day…I have a mop similar to the swiffer that already uses washable cloths…but I need some new ones and it wouldn’t have occurred to me to make them until today..great ideas!

  229. RachelM says:

    I love the swiffer cloths, what a great idea!

  230. Valerie says:

    Hah! Mom’s getting a swiffer cloth for Christmas! And I am not kidding!

  231. Kristen says:

    i love those tea towels

  232. Devon says:

    I need a new ironing board cover!

  233. Somer says:

    More for the to do list.

  234. yvonne says:

    ooh, i’ve been wanting to get that book. and soap is a great idea. i’ve been trying to come up w/ some spa/bath gifty ideas and i might have to look into that one further.

  235. Mama Lusco says:

    Great ideas, once again!

  236. Elle says:

    Great gift ideas for my neat freak family members! Thanks again for so many great ideas. This blog has been amazing.

  237. Rebecca says:

    Great ideas, I’ll be making the ironing board cover for my husband!

  238. Chrissy Brooker says:

    To do this weekend: waffle dishcloths, check; clothespins bag, check; swiffer cloth, check; laundry sack, check. Ok, looks like I’m finished with a gift for the college student moving into their first apartment. Oh, wait a minute, gotta add the chocolate panettone to the basket and I’m done! Love these ideas. Keep ’em coming!

  239. Kimberly says:

    This is my favorite day of the Handmade Holidays so far. So many adorable, achievable projects.

  240. Elizabeth says:

    The clothespin bag so reminds me of one we had when I was young–not a dirndl, but the same idea of a dress to hold the pins. Love it!

  241. Stephanie says:

    i have been wanting to try making my own soap. thanks!

  242. More great ideas – the dirndl clothespin bag really works for me and I’d never thought about making my own swiffer mop cloths.

  243. Jessica T says:

    Practical gifts are my very favourite kind to give or recieve, thanks for these ideas!

  244. Karen says:

    Those dish cloths would make washing up almost a pleasure 😉

  245. bruinbr says:

    those waffle dish cloths were just the tutorial I was looking for! Thanks for the giveaway too!

  246. Andrea says:

    More great ideas. Thanks again!

  247. freecia says:

    Amy aka Angry Chicken rocks!

  248. Leigh says:

    I love those waffle towels!!!

  249. Meg says:

    My sister doesn’t know it yet, but she is going to get some waffle dish cloths for Christmas this year!

  250. Jodi says:

    Great ideas. I’ll be making some of the swiffer cloths and dishcloths soon.

  251. Sorahart says:

    I loved the link to the fabric liner for storage baskets that was tucked in at the bottom of the post. I’ve wanted to re-make some and didn’t want to go to the hassle of figuring out the dimensions!

  252. Caroline says:

    The ironing board cover would be a great thing to know how to make!

  253. Charmaine says:

    Cleaning is a great topic with items that we will make and use all year long.

  254. megan says:

    I hang clothes outside until it is to cold to do so, basically when the clothes start freezing, I start using the dryer(sometimes I cheat). I have been looking for a cute clothes pin holder for awhile, I will have to try this one, also have on the to do list a clothes pin apron. Another fun project, yah!!!

  255. Jaana says:

    The clothespin bag is so cute! Thank you!

  256. Java Jane says:

    You guys are mind readers! I need to replace my ironing board cover and was just about to google for a tutorial. Thanks for coming to the rescue.


  257. Celeste says:

    Ah–thank you so much for the reusable swiffer cloth! Planning to make a batch this afternoon!

  258. Floss says:

    Love that clothespin bag – so cute!

  259. Kellie says:

    I dont have this book, but would love to.
    My in laws love panetone bread, never tried choclate, hmmmm.

  260. DebbieKL says:

    I like the laundry sack! Seems like we have laundry everywhere. This would be nice for the bathroom.

  261. Serena says:

    The Dirndl Clothespin bag is unbelievably cute! And the waffle weave dishtowels are great!

  262. Chelsey says:

    I love those waffle dish towels. I’m doing a cleaning apron with natural cleaning products as presents, and this would be perfect to go with it!

  263. Jolynn says:

    That clothes pin holder is darling! I think I need to make one of everything!

  264. Megan says:

    Love the Panettone!

  265. Amber says:

    Such great ideas – love the waffle dish towels and that bread looks yummy and beautiful!

  266. K says:

    Mmm love the look of that bread! I am definitely checking out the soap too, thanks!

  267. alison c says:

    I have used the laundry bag tutorial several times and it is fantastic.

  268. Carla says:

    That soap looks lovely!

    carlamo (at) ymail (dot) com

  269. Emily Dawn says:

    I love that clothes pin bag. My mom use to have one that was made from an old towel, if she still had a clothes line, I would totaly make her a new one.

  270. Morgan says:

    I’ve been meaning to make a clothespin holder for so long, and that one is so cute that it might go under the tree to me. 🙂

  271. Wendy says:

    Love the clothespin bag!

  272. Deb Joseph says:

    Please enter my name – the giveaway prizes are amazing!
    Thanks 🙂

  273. carmel says:

    the iron bord cover is a must!

  274. Jessica says:

    Loving all the tutorials!

  275. Marilyn says:

    Who knew an ironing board cover could be so fabulous?!
    LOVE the swiffer cloth–thanks for some wonderful ideas:)

  276. Jennifer says:

    I really love the dirndl clothespin bag. It reminds me of my Great Great Aunts house. I always thought hers was so neat!

  277. ahk says:

    Today’s fabric choices are awesome! I’ve had this book on my wishlist for some time…

  278. Allison says:

    Cold pressed soap? Yes, please. And that teapot fabric so fabulous, it just made my wish list.

  279. Deidre says:

    Wow! It would be great to have that book! I wonder where to buy lye…

  280. Estee says:

    Love the clothes pin bag.

  281. Erin J. says:

    I love the laundry bag tutorial!

  282. Chandra says:

    That is great to see how an ironing board cover is made. Although, I think I just need a new ironing board since mine won’t fold anymore.

  283. Sarah S says:

    How cute is that little clothespin holder!!

  284. cinzia allocca says:

    Okay, that oroning board cover tutorial is just the smartest!!

  285. kelly jo says:

    Ooh, I’m in desperate need of a clothespin bag! How cute!

  286. Heather says:

    I love the swiffer Idea

  287. Becky says:

    Ive bought reuseable swiffer cloths but love the idea of making them

  288. cinzia allocca says:

    Thank You Krista, for your reuseable mop cloth tutorial!!! I saw some microfibre fabric sold by the meter at the fabric store. I’ll pick some up next time I go and make a few cloths. Great Idea!!

  289. marie beck says:

    I would’ve never thought of this category for gift-giving, but these are really great ideas! Thanks!

  290. alisha says:

    Reusable swiffer cloth! I love it.

  291. Samurai Mom says:

    How did you know that is said to my husband “I need a new ironing board cover” just yesterday? I love Amy Karol too.

  292. Melissa says:

    Wow, this entire post spoke to my inner domestic diva! The swiffer cloths are much nicer than the scrap pieces of fleece I use (from my daughters old fleece longies)but all of it made it to my to-do list! What a great post!

  293. Michelle says:

    Waffle cloths! Panettone! Thank you 🙂

  294. I love making practical things like the ones above.

  295. beverly says:

    Love the swiffer cloth. But, seeing the dirndl clothes pin holder makes me want to start hanging my laundry.

  296. Mrs. Berry says:

    I have some ‘neatfreaks’ on my Christmas list this year so some of these will be the perfect thing!

  297. Alyssa says:

    oooh panettone – I love your recipe inclusions!

  298. Caroline says:

    How fun! I was just looking at my ragged ironing board cover, and wondering if I can just make my own; now I know!

  299. Tina Mackey says:

    Can’t wait to make some soap and dishcloths!

  300. Rebecca says:

    Susie’s Tea Towels are gorgeous… not to mention the Ruby Slippers cards and prints. Thanks for the wonderful ideas!

  301. Michelle says:

    aha! I think I’m going to make that ironing board cover for myself 🙂

  302. LeAnna says:

    I think i need to make the ironing board cover just to finish all my Christmas sewing. Another great book giveaway!

  303. marta says:

    love the clothes pin bag! i’ve always wanted to try making soap!

  304. JD says:

    I may make that reuable swiffer thing for my mom for christmas!

  305. beccy says:

    I have GOT to make that panettone – I bet it tastes as good as it looks. Oh, and the peg bag is lovely too!

  306. Erica says:

    That bread looks so yummy!

  307. Madeline says:

    Everything today is wonderful! I am so excited to get my own house in order for the holidays with all these great projects! (Oh and I must try that Chocolate Panettone Bread!)

  308. Fiona says:

    I love the red labels, thanks!

  309. Alissa says:

    I am using these for neighbor gifts!

    And maybe the ironing board cover for myself 🙂

  310. Cayce says:

    fun, fun, fun ideas!

  311. Natalie says:

    oh… I was hoping you were having a house-cleaning giveaway or even fantastic cleaning tutorials… I need to get in touch with the *satisfaction of a clean and tidy home!*
    Of course some of these sewing ideas might get me on track…

  312. Meg says:

    Love that tea towel and panettone. Yum.

  313. Liz says:

    I had a great gift idea of mixing up some all natural toxin free home cleaners in spray bottles and the dishcloths would be a perfect accompaniment. Thanks!

  314. Cara says:

    Awesome. Again.

  315. Serena says:

    I made the swiffer cloths and LOVE them. I need to try that bread recipe next..

  316. amye says:

    sweetest little clothespin bag! i love the clothesline too. oh to be neat and tidy…

  317. Reusable Swiffer cloths? Genius!!

  318. Jenny says:

    just checked out library books about making soap, ready to give it a try…thanks for more inspiration!

  319. The tea towel looks beautiful!

  320. crazyestonian says:

    That pannettone makes my mouth water! I can’t wait til next baking day!

  321. That bread recipe is just what I have been looking for! Thanks for all your great ideas!!

  322. Liesl says:

    I do need a new ironing board cover. Mine is in a sorry state.

  323. Doris says:

    That swiffer cloth is pure genius! And I’m pretty sure my kitchen needs some of those dishcloths!

  324. Mandi says:

    I think I need a few of those reusable Swiffer cloths! Thanks for all the great ideas!

  325. Katie says:

    This post is a reminder of my messy apartment that needs to be cleaned! Eek! I like Lauren’s choice of fabric!

  326. Sade says:

    I love panettone, and I think I’ll be making it for Christmas. Also, I never thought of making your own ironing board cover! Smart.

  327. Jessica says:

    I’ll definitely be making that panettonne recipe…love the paper pans!

  328. dorothy says:

    I love the waffle dish towels…

    And chocolate panettone? Yes, please.

  329. Jenn X says:

    I’m going to make the clothes pin bag for my Mom. My Nana used to make her a new one every year but she passed away two years ago and I think my Mom would really love a new one.

  330. Bunny says:

    All of these gift ideas are amazing — Handmade Holidays is a lifesaver at my house!

  331. susan mzf says:

    where to start? so many great ideas, so little time!

  332. Kara says:

    That bread looks amazing, these lists are a bright spot in each day. Thank you for the inspiration!

  333. Kerri says:

    I love the clothes pin bag!

  334. Cynthia says:

    I need to make the ironing board cover!!!

  335. Gwen says:

    That clothespin bag is so cute! Thanks again for all of the fabulous ideas.

  336. Codecrafter says:

    Ooo another great day of projects, thanks!

  337. Heather says:

    I love the dish towel! The design is wonderful.

  338. Cara says:

    Okay, I really love all of these tutorials today! I want to thank you also for featuring so many great etsy sellers. I love to support independent crafters.

  339. Sarah says:

    The Swiffer cloths are genius! I need to make some of those today.

  340. SewLindaAnn says:

    I can’t wait to check out the soap information, and the waffle towels are a fantastic idea. I purchased Lauren’s choice yesterday and put Jennifer’s on my wish list for later on. I love seeing the fabric choices!

  341. Debra says:

    How did you know I needed a new ironing board cover….so going to make this. Love all the tutorials.

  342. Andi says:

    YAY! I just got a new swiffer wet jet and will be making the reusable clothes. What a great idea and so eco-friendly. I look forward to the new posts every morning.

    PS. I have had my eye on Bend the Rules with Fabric. Would be a great win 😉

  343. Mamatini says:

    That linen tea towel is so pretty, and the dirndl clothespin bag made me giggle. Too cute!

  344. kristine says:

    Love the swiffer cloth tutorial, who couldn’t use those!

  345. Hilda says:

    ooh Bend the Rules.. great giveaway!

  346. All of the subjects in this book are ones I want to try!

  347. elizabeth says:

    I’ve been working hard to decrease my waste and use more natural products. This is a great post for helping me accomplish that task.

  348. Debbie says:

    I love all of these ideas…now I just need more time!

  349. Ashley says:

    All of these homemade holiday ideas have been great. I wish I had a clothesline to hang that clothespin bag from.

  350. Margaret says:

    I like my old ironing board, but the cover is getting so blotchy — and the cats have recently discovered where it lives when it’s not in use, so now there are all sorts of new pulls and holes in it too. The tutorial for making a new cover will be a great present for _me_!

  351. Whistlepea says:

    That tea towel is absolutely gorgeous.

  352. Jessica says:

    I’ve been wanting to make some soap again lately. I like the re-usable swiffer cloths too.

  353. amelia says:

    oh, i’m trying that bread. it looks so yummy.

  354. qsogirl says:

    oh these ideas make me want to go home and clean up and organize. thanks for the great list!

  355. Carrie says:

    Oh, I love the laundry bag. What clever ideas!

  356. Jennb75 says:

    I don’t use my swiffer because the pads are so expensive–I’m definitely going to make a few of those!

  357. Aimee says:

    Love the waffle weave cloths.

  358. Michelle says:

    love the waffle dish cloths – they’re really cute!

  359. Stine says:

    Did you read my mind? I was thinking I need a new ironing board cover last night. Thanx!

  360. Megan says:

    I love making my own soap! It is so much fun, you feel like a magician! Thanks for posting this.

  361. Hannah says:

    Ooh, the chocolate pannetone looks wonderful – I might just have to try that one!

  362. Christie says:

    The closepin bag is adorable! And my ironing board has needed a new cover for a while now. Thanks for the great ideas!

  363. Susan says:

    I’ve been using cheap washcloths for my swiffer, but this design looks much better. First I’ll make some of those, then I’ll make some of the waffle dishcloths. I didn’t know of a fabric source, but now that I do, I’ll replace my holey dishcloths before holiday company comes. Thanks so much!

  364. MegSteph says:

    How cute is the clothespin bag! Love it!

  365. phadsgal says:

    I’m getting too much inspiration from the handmade holiday series! Add ironing board cover to my to do list!

  366. Katie Bowlby says:

    Love the Waffle Dish Cloths! Great idea.

  367. Susanne says:

    Mmmm, panettone! And I can’t stand my existing ironing board cover, so I’ll be making one of these for sure.

  368. Rachel says:

    OK, not only do I want to make gift to give away. I want to make things for myself. I need those waffle dishcloths

  369. Charlene says:

    I love the waffle dish cloths! I will be making some for my mother (and myself 😉 ) this Christmas. Thanks for the great ideas! ~Charlene

  370. Megan says:

    Great ideas, but mostly I’d love a copy of Amy Karol’s book!

  371. Jenni says:

    I like those red label tags, thank you for the link!

  372. Lori says:

    I am going to make that swiffer one tonight!!

  373. Terri says:

    awesome tutorials as usual!!!

  374. Tammy says:

    I’ve been loving these holiday posts, thanks for your wonderful crafty inspiration! I’ve made this blog one of my tabs when my computer boots up so I never miss a post.

  375. Joanna says:

    Love the soap recipe, but with 6 weeks needed for curing, I’d better get going if I’m going to use them for Christmas presents!!

  376. Tanya says:

    Another nice set. I need to check out the soap. I have been wanting to try that for a while but haven’t gotten quite there yet for buying the stuff needed and getting my research done. I sure love handmade soap though and just used up my last bar!

  377. Dawn G. says:

    More great ideas-thanks!!

  378. Julia Gabriel says:

    Oh I love the Dirndl Clothespin Bag. i am definately going to have to try it.

  379. Carolyn Wood says:

    The waffle dish cloths are a great idea.

  380. Ellen says:

    Great! Almost makes me want to clean the house . . . ALMOST!:)

  381. Nadia says:

    Another great day of Handmade Holidays gifts. I especially like the cute laundry bag. Beautiful fabric choices!

  382. mommymae says:

    oh, i would lurve to make soap!!

  383. Leigh says:

    I am SO going to make those Swiffer cloths! Definitely for myself, and maybe a few for my mom, too!

  384. Heather says:

    love the clothes pin holder! just so darn cute.

  385. Lynnette says:

    What an adorable clothespin holder!

  386. Tiffany says:

    Love the vintage clothes pin bag!

  387. Laurel says:

    Great looking stuff, as usual. I have a friend who’s been looking for a way out of buying swiffer replacements… and who loves velcro! Looks like a match made in heaven. 🙂

  388. Maya says:

    These are great ideas. I feel like I need to clean now!

    I love the fabric choices too!

  389. Jody says:

    I have been NEEDING a new ironing board cover! Love the dish cloths.

  390. I like the dishcloths – pretty!

  391. Lynn Hynes says:

    I made the super easy ironing board cover – and it was what it said…super easy! It gave my ironing board (and sewing room) a much needed pick-up!

  392. StephanieS says:

    Every time I come to this website I want to stay less and less. There are such great project ideas, I want to go and make something myself. Thanks for all the great tutorials, patterns, photos, etc.

  393. Danyelle says:

    The Reusable Swiffer Cloth is such s great idea and I am sure I will be making a few of the Waffle Dish Cloth sets as hostess gifts this season!

  394. Carlee says:

    I need a new ironing board cover! THANKS! 🙂

  395. Lorrie says:

    The tea towel with the tomato filigree design is oh, so pretty.


  396. Andrea says:

    Oh I just adore all the sweet and simple handmade items for the Suzy Homemaker type. Thank you for your Handmade Holidays, I look forward to each day’s list!

  397. Nicole V says:

    Too cute! I almost wish I had a clothes line. Do people actually still have those? I have never seen one. If I knew anyone who did, I would make the clothes pin holder!

  398. Kate says:

    just found your blog this season and i am sewing once again because of it -thank you! and thanks for the opportunity to win some cool inspiration!

  399. Carolyn says:

    That teapot fabric is terribly adorable!!

  400. Jen says:

    Theese ideas are awesome as usual…. Will check out Swiffer thing ASAP

  401. Holly says:

    what a great prize! this book has been on my wishlist for a while!

  402. Charlotte says:

    I would love to have this book! Thanks for such a great series!

  403. Fawn says:

    oooh! I really like some of these projects. I’m a sucker for chocolate baked goods though so I’ll definitely have to make that.

  404. Kate says:

    I love the clothespin bag! I may make that for my mom.

  405. Elizabeth says:

    I would love to make soap–if I could just get over my fear of lye! Ha ha. I would also love to win today’s book!

  406. Casey says:

    that clothespin bag is beyond adorable!! and I love the reusable swiffer cloth

  407. april embler says:

    Yea day 12! Think I’l whip up some of those waffle towels to use and give away.

  408. Courtney says:

    That book sounds so interesting.

  409. Jamey says:

    I may have to give soapmaking a try! That panettone looks awesome. Off to bake some now…

  410. Bethany says:

    Love all the ideas….so many things to try!!!

  411. Brinn says:

    That clothes pin bag is so cute it hurts me. (Not really–it is super cute though.)

  412. Natasha says:

    Awesome list today! I love the swiffer cover.

  413. Heather B says:

    Swiffer cloth & dishclothes are going onto my to-do lists for xmas gifts! Thanks.

  414. Jen says:

    I love the close pin holder, I think I’ll make for myself after the holidays.

  415. Ellen says:

    Thanks for the Panettone recipe! I’ve been searching for a good one, and this one looks delicious.

  416. Alisa says:

    This book would be so fun to have. I’m enjoying the Handmade Holidays here at Sew Mama Sew. Thanks.

  417. Candice says:

    Looks like I’ll be making soap this Christmas- thank you!

  418. gigi says:

    really have been enjoying all of these ideas!
    the choco panettone is definitely going on my “must bake” list this year. what a gorgeous hostess gift!
    & the laundry sack may be a good “go w/ the gift card” gift for my nephew who just started college
    thanks for all of the inspiration!

  419. Amy says:

    Oh, I’ve been meaning to make some washable Swiffer cloths. This is just the push I need to get it done. And those washcloths are pretty and practical!

  420. Wendy D. P. says:

    I love the dish towels and ironing board cover! Thanks for the great ideas!

  421. Katy says:

    Great ideas – I love the reusable swiffer mop!

  422. Tong says:

    I absolutely LOVE the Dirndl Clothespin Bag, it is soooo adorable!!!

  423. Tara says:

    Excellent! I love the clothespin bag! Thanks!

  424. Erika says:

    I have read a lot about the Bend the Rules book and would love to get a copy for myself!

  425. Cindy says:

    These are all great, love the reusable “swiffer” pad.

  426. I will make that bread soon!

  427. Kerry says:

    The clothspin bag. 🙂

  428. Julie says:

    The make your own swiffer cloths look like a great idea.

  429. Jen W says:

    sigh. i dream of hanging laundry outside to dry. if you life where that’s possible make the clothespin holder!

  430. Krystina says:

    I was just thinking of making a laundry bag for my son’s room with some leftover fabric that I bought here on SMS from the Mendocino collection. Thanks for posting this!

  431. Jill says:

    The waffle dish towels are a practical yet fun gift to make for someone! And I love the pretty laundry bag! Will that make doing laundry more fun too??!

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