November 28 ~ Passion for Pop Culture

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Do you know someone on the cutting edge of popular culture? Here are some fun ideas for what’s everywhere right now. What did we miss? Zombies? Steampunk? Twilight? Share some tutorials in the comments for your chance to win some great prizes!* It’s almost Giveaway Day! Are you ready?

Make It

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Emma Pillsbury from Glee would totally wear this! Learn how to make it in the Sweater to Cardigan tutorial from xoxo, Trina.
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Make a flock of Angry Birds with this tutorial at Obsessively Stitching.
spacer Knit Harry Potter Scarf
Harry might not be cutting edge anymore, but we couldn’t resist this Knit Harry Potter Scarf from Tangle!
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iPads and iPhones are definitely everywhere now! These iPad/iPhone Gloves from Lil Blue Boo utilize metallic thread so you can use the devices out in the cold! Brilliant.
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Get a little “pirate flare” with Emily’s Layered-Look Pirate Shirt at The Boy Trifecta.

Bag a Day

There are so many beautiful bags to love out there… We’re sharing one bag tutorial every day this month for you to sew and give.

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OK– This isn’t a bag, but we think it would make a great addition to so many little clutch and bag tutorials out there (like any of ours!). Vanessa shows you how to make these Easy Wrist Straps at Little Big Girl Studio.

Related tutorials you might just love: Gifts for Teens, Gifts for Hipsters, Hooded Tunic, Sweet Baby June Cowl

Buy It

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“Geeks” are always in around here! Check out the Geek T-Shirt from Shop Gibberish, where they help “celebrate the geek in all of us.”

Here are just a few fabrics perfect for some of today’s projects. Click on the fabric images to visit the Sew,Mama,Sew! shop:

Gabrien’s choice Irene’s choice Beth’s choice

Mix It

spacer Monkey Bread
Mary and Allison at Butter + Cream show you how to bake this delicious Monkey Bread, perfect for holiday mornings.

Print It

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Make your own Holiday Village with these printable templates from The Crafty PC.

Win It

Tweet #handmadeholidays or tag us on Facebook this week for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Sew,Mama,Sew!

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these books!

Cake Ladies: Celebrating a Southern Tradition

Author: Jodi Rhoden
Publisher: Lark Crafts

In the south, cake ladies are the ones with the skills and heart to bring a little sweetness to life’s big moments–potlucks, christenings, weddings, funerals–and their communities treasure and depend upon them. Modern-day cake lady Jodi Rhoden shines a spotlight on this great tradition with profiles of 15 diverse southeastern women who wear the term with pride. Each profile features a bite of that woman’s “life in cake,” and includes luscious photos along with at least one signature cake recipe, from classic Vanilla Almond Pound and Hummingbird cakes to Mississippi Mud Cake and Vegan Red Velvet Cupcakes.

The Silver Diva uses sterling silver and birthstones or pearls to create personalized hand-stamped jewelry for moms and families from their sunny studio on Bainbridge Island, Washington. The art of hand-stamping involves striking metal with steel stamps to create letters, words and designs. The result is a unique, one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry.

This week you can win a $50 gift certificate to select something fabulous from The Silver Diva!

Amanda of Tenderfeet Stitches writes, “My passion for color and textured, coupled with my need to create has led me to design and write patterns for children’s clothing. I hope you can find inspiration to create something beautiful through my tutorials.” You can win a $25 gift certificate to Tenderfeet Stitches, where you can purchase PDF tutorials for children’s clothing designs. The image here is for Amanda’s Girl’s Classic Sundress PDF eBook for babies, toddlers and kids.

Learn more about Tenderfeet Stitches on Facebook.

A to Z of Sewing: The Ultimate Guide for Beginning to Advanced Sewing

Author: Kathleen Barac
Publisher: That Patchwork Place

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned sewer, this comprehensive book is a must. Filled with detailed instructions, A to Z of Sewing is an indispensable reference book for readers who wish to develop their skills and give each project a professional finish.

* Features a gold mine of more than 180 sewing techniques, all meticulously demonstrated.
* Includes clear step-by-step photographs and easy-to-follow instructions.
* Contains all you need to know about sewing machine basics, equipment and supplies, working with patterns and fabrics, and troubleshooting.

Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2010 Handmade Holidays list for more fabulous ideas.

27 ~ Passion for Fitness
26 ~ Passion for Picnics
25 ~ Passion for Parties
24 ~ Passion for Coffee + Tea
23 ~ Passion for Writing
22 ~ Passion for Food
21 ~ Passion for Sleep
20 ~ Passion for Nature
19 ~ Passion for Technology
18 ~ Passion for Photography
17 ~ Passion for Color
16 ~ Passion for Reading
15 ~ Passion for Imagination
14 ~ Passion for Growing
13 ~ Passion for Decorating
12 ~ Passion for Jewelry
11 ~ Passion for Art
10 ~ Passion for Travel
9 ~ Passion for Cooking + Baking
8 ~ Passion for Exploration + Adventure
7 ~ Passion for Teaching + Learning
6 ~ Passion for Sewing
5 ~ Passion for Organization
4 ~ Passion for Relaxation
3 ~ Passion for Clothes
2 ~ Passion for Play
1 ~ Passion for Accessories

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All photos are used with permission from the artist.

You can receive a free copy of the Perfect Zip Bags Pattern by Elizabeth Hartman (a $10 value) with your order of $30 or more. Check out this post for all the details. You can also see how versatile and pretty the bags are in our pattern sample posts!

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317 Responses to November 28 ~ Passion for Pop Culture

  1. Carole M says:

    Yay for the Angry Birds tutorial! Thanks!

  2. Cat says:

    yay harry potter

  3. Sarah says:

    conductive gloves are great

  4. Mary Jo says:

    too many to choose.

  5. Kim N says:

    Some of my favorite things! I love the geek shirt. πŸ™‚

  6. Amy G. says:

    Cute birds!

  7. Kris says:

    The cake book sounds really interesting… I like knowing more about the culture/history behind recipes.

  8. Lindsay F says:

    Love Beth’s choice for the fabric!

  9. KeriCan says:

    Love the diva necklace!

  10. Steph G. says:

    Yay! Angry birds!

  11. Holly V says:

    The angry birds are great! My son would love one

  12. Julia says:

    *love* the geek shirt and conductive gloves – both wonderful!

  13. kim t. says:


  14. Michelle P says:

    The little paper village is so sweet-can’t wait to show my daughter!

  15. Jasmin says:

    I can see angry bird wars in my house in the near future.

  16. Toni-Anne says:

    I have played angry birds and it is a hoot!

  17. Jenelle says:

    Angry birds=awesome! This is going to make my husband chuckle. πŸ™‚

  18. Mama Lusco says:

    Great cardigan!

  19. Allison C says:

    Love angry birds and that monkey bread looks awesome!

  20. Morgan says:

    Love the pirate shirt!

  21. Stacy says:

    Great ideas!

  22. Kerry says:

    The angry birds set is on my list.

  23. Kate says:

    I love the Angry Birds tutorials!

  24. BekahM says:

    Love the sweater to cardigan idea!

  25. Nina says:

    Thanks for the Angry Birds pattern!

  26. jennifer says:

    i love the pirate shirt!!

  27. that monkeybread looks yummy!!

  28. Sherrie Wolfe says:

    That monkeybread even looks pretty!

  29. Betsy M says:

    Those gloves are perfect for my cousins. Love that they are so simple!

  30. Erin says:

    Haha – I would love to whip up a batch of angry birds!

  31. Carmen says:

    Love the pirate tshirt!

  32. sam says:

    Some great ideas

  33. Margaret says:

    Such fun ideas!

  34. Bethany says:

    yeap angry birds are all the rage, and yes my boys are totally in love with it, with Christmas coming I might just have to whip out a few in order to throw in thier stockings….awesome deal!!

  35. kate C. says:

    I’m not really up to date on pop culture, but these are neat ideas!

  36. You must know that I haven’t eaten breakfast yet, because I am DROOLING over that monkey bread!!! πŸ™‚

  37. Tez says:

    The A-Z of sewing looks like an amazing book, I could totally use instruction in some techniques and practice in others. What a great book!

  38. Wendy D. P. says:

    Such cute ideas! Love the Harry Potter scarf!

  39. jenny says:

    ack! not sure i can resist the Angry Bird for stocking stuffers!

  40. Liz Taylor says:

    That monkeybread looks mouthwatering!

  41. Ann S says:

    Love the ipad gloves.

  42. Larissa says:

    We love our gadgets and monkey bread too!

  43. Knititall says:

    I love the iphone glove tutorial!

  44. Silvia says:

    hehe, these angry birds are great!

  45. Christy Dixon says:

    You just keep getting better and better… and the Monkey bread… mmmmmm yummm

  46. Sherri S. says:

    The Harry Potter scarf, too cute! Thanks so much!

  47. Kristin says:

    I’ll have to check out the cardi tutorial, since I have at least one sweater that would be great for that.

  48. Susan says:

    Love those angry birds!

  49. Stephanie says:

    I miss Harry. Thanks for the scarf.

  50. Beth T says:

    The Harry Potter scarf would be a hit with my nephew and with his dad. πŸ™‚

  51. Abbington says:

    Love the angry bird tute! Some of my favourite pop culture patterns out there at the moment are all the ‘Totoro’ patterns – there is a great crochet Totoro pattern on Ravelry, (pattern here: and I have also seen a machine embroidery Totoro pattern used to wonderful effect on t-shirts etc! (here:

  52. Mandi says:

    Cute cardigan!

  53. Jodi G. says:

    So many great ideas again !! I’m so excited to try the Monkey Bread. Love the wrist clutch too!!

    Thanks for more great giveaways also. Thanks for a chance to win.


  54. Tanis says:

    Oh wow great pirate shirt! Love the angry birds tutorial too. Thanks!

  55. funda62 says:

    My girls have already decided that we are doing a Harry Potter theme next year for Halloween, but at the rate I knit I should get started on those scarves asap. Thanks as always for the gorgeous inspiration.

  56. Rebekah says:

    Love those angry birds!

  57. Delia says:

    The wrist bag is cool! I need one.

  58. Natétoile says:

    Ipad Gloves : this is a great idea : verysimple, very easy too do !!!
    Thanks for sharing !!!

  59. Nabiha says:

    the monkey bread looks really tempting!

  60. Wendy says:

    That monkey bread looks divine!

  61. Christy says:

    angry birds…my kids love it…it drives me crazy!

  62. caroline says:

    Love the clutch! Too cute.

  63. heidi says:

    Love the wrist strap bag! I can’t wait to make one just for me!!

  64. Mare says:

    I have no clue what monkey bread is but I think i may need to find out! I wonder if there is a vegan version of this yummy goodness.

  65. Lynn Hey says:

    Neat gloves! Love the cake book too.

  66. Nicole says:

    My nephews would love the angry birds!

  67. Janelle says:

    haha I love the geek shirt!! πŸ™‚

  68. Christine says:

    I wish I knew someone that was obsessed with angry birds so I could make those as a present!!!

  69. Ivy PM says:

    i like the clutch, thanks.

  70. Ginger says:

    love the angry birds

  71. Jessica says:

    Angry Birds, love it!

  72. Kristin M says:

    Wow these posts keep getting more fun.

  73. Shawna says:

    Love the Angry Bird and the Beautiful silver necklace!! Thanks for a chance to win.


  74. Lynne in NC says:

    All of these ideas would be great for someone on my list.

  75. Michele says:

    A to Z of sewing looks like a great book!!!

  76. Dorothy says:

    And now I think I must have a Harry Potter scarf…

  77. Charlotte says:

    I’m so going to make the wristlet and the iPhone gloves…

  78. Kristen says:

    I have been wondering what makes “iphone” gloves work! And I love the Angry Birds!!

  79. Page says:

    Around here, surf stuff is the bomb! Anything with surf related, even if you don’t surf.

  80. Sue Ellen T. says:

    Angry birds are the best! My son would love that in his stocking!

  81. Gina says:

    The iPad/iPhone glove tutorial…I’m all over it!

  82. Kate S. says:

    I know some kids that would love the Angry Birds toys!

  83. Cal says:

    Should really try the sweater to cardigan tutorial!

  84. Sandy says:

    I have to make the angry birds!

  85. Liz says:

    The Monkey Bread looks delicious! and the gloves are genius!

  86. Deb Cameron says:

    Think I may have to sew a few Angry Birds for my boys and create a game just for them these holidays…they would think it a hoot…ha ha…or maybe a chirp…I’ll stop πŸ˜‰

  87. Meghan says:

    The cardigan idea looks promising… I have the perfect sweater with a small stain right in the center that could be converted using this pattern!

  88. Liz says:

    I have got to get me some of that thread!

  89. Nancy D. says:

    I LOVE Angry Birds.

  90. lm says:

    harry potter will be back, I’m sure the scarf would be great in school or team colors

  91. beth lehman says:

    love that sweater redo!

  92. Sally says:

    I love the Angry Bird, but I would have also totally loved a Mockingjay! πŸ˜‰

  93. Crystal says:

    Love the gloves!

  94. Ramona says:

    The pirate shirt is so cute.

  95. lisa says:

    the silver diva..that’s what i want!!

  96. Suze says:

    Thanks for the angry birds link! I’ll make those for my adult son who loves the game!

  97. Jennifer Cheek-Payan says:

    Love the Angry Birds tutorial! And the Monkey bread! And the pirntables! Ok – I love them all today!

  98. Annie says:

    I have a son-in-law who NEEDS the geek tee…love it!

  99. Megan says:

    The Emma Pillsbury reference got me right away! I’m a total Gleek! She wears some great things!

  100. Persis says:

    Love the angry birds and the geek shirt.

  101. Melissa says:

    So cute! The top photo of the book just made me hungry though. ha!

  102. Miranda says:

    Angry birds and monkey bread! You can’t really go wrong!!

  103. MarciaW says:

    I like the Sweater to Cardigan, and the monkey bread. Wish were small enough to be a pie-rat as my grandniece pronounces it. That Cake Ladies book looks good enough to eat!

  104. liz says:

    The angry birds is fantastic, and I love the mini tutorial on how to make the wrist strap!

  105. Janet K says:

    wow! angry bird plushies – that is awesome!

  106. Alli says:

    Those angry birds plushies are fantastic!

  107. Melanie says:

    I have to make the Angry Birds for my son – thanks for the inspiration!

  108. Sunny says:

    I really just want all of it.

  109. Tawny says:

    Awww. My kids love the angry birds. So cute!

  110. Crystal says:

    Irene, your fabric choice is awesome. I am now all over that collection.

  111. Jolene says:

    Oh goodness I love that necklace!!

  112. kathyh says:

    I got sucked into the paper houses before. What I love today is the Arrgggh! pirate t-shirt. Cool.

  113. Julia says:

    Oh, yes! My nephew WILL be getting angry birds for Christmas!

  114. Amanda says:

    loving the geek shirt

  115. Charlotte says:

    I have two little boys who are obsessed with pirates. love that shirt!

  116. Kate says:

    The angry birds look fantastic. I might make a flock to decorate the tree!

  117. The monkey bread looks delicious!!! Thanks for more wonderful ideas.

  118. Genevieve says:

    Lovely! I love the cardigan!


  119. Christina says:

    I might give the village a try…

  120. Jenn Lee says:


  121. Betsy says:

    Those gloves are genius.

  122. Elizabeth P. says:

    I like the sweater to cardigan idea!

  123. Anne says:

    Love the wristlets pattern!

  124. Jennie says:

    love that angry bird – now we just need a pig to throw it at!

  125. greta says:

    Monkeybread is very addictive

  126. M Evans says:

    Love the geek shirt! thanks for the chance to win.

  127. eleanor says:

    I must read that Cake Ladies book!

  128. Steph says:

    Thanks for the sweater to cardigan tutorial–I’ve got a pile of sweaters I want to use but have been too scared to cut them!

  129. krystina says:

    Those gloves look amazing! Thanks for posting this!

  130. Fawn says:

    The Harry Potter scarf makes me wish I knew how to knit! I love the angry birds too, I dunno why but they make me smile a lot πŸ™‚

  131. marthaeliza says:

    Monkey Bread — next on the list of great recipes (burp)!

  132. bruinbr says:

    The easy wrist strap is so cute! MMMM… monkey bread too!

  133. Joanne says:

    Love the little clutch – I’ll be giving that one a try I think πŸ™‚

  134. ElizabethL says:

    Monkey bread = Yummo!!!

  135. Emilia says:

    Ipod gloves, what a fabulous idea! The monkey bread looks yummo.

  136. Charlotte says:

    Great ideas today! Thanks

  137. Lyndsey says:

    I am going to have to make myself a pair of those gloves!!

  138. Erika says:

    mmmmmm, monkey bread

  139. off to check out the sweater to cardi tute!

  140. carriem says:

    These are so cute.

  141. Anne says:

    Those Ipod gloves are awesome… I can think of several people on my gift list who would love them!

  142. Shannon O. says:

    The monkey bread looks so good. I know what I’m making Christmas morning. I also need to pick up a pair of Ipod gloves for my nephew.

  143. D Tepen says:

    great ideas will love to try them!

  144. Angie S. says:

    Love the gloves. Those angry birds would be great for my cubicle

  145. Jennifer G. Miller says:

    That holiday village is a great idea!

  146. chibidani says:

    That holiday village is super cute!

  147. Danielle says:

    The silver diva is wonderful

  148. Sharon Meek says:

    Those angry birds will make somone happy. Thank you.

  149. Cindi C says:

    More great ideas! Keep ’em coming~~

  150. amber says:

    I love the bag of the day!

  151. Kerry says:

    Love the tutorials, thanks!

  152. I love the angry bird!

  153. Rebekah says:

    Cute ideas πŸ™‚ My sister would love the sweater to cardigan.

  154. Rachel B says:

    I’m thinking about all the things that you could add a wrist strap onto.

  155. Lindsay says:

    Cute sweater to cardigan–I could really use this tutorial!

  156. Jennifer N says:

    Love the ideas. I have Angry Birds cut out and ready to stitch, thanks to a friend of mine. Love the rest of the ideas, too. Thanks for sharing.

  157. julie says:

    I’m soooo upset. I just bought angry birds for my daughters. These are soo much better!

  158. Anne Marie says:

    Love the angry birds.

  159. Sally says:

    I can’t think of a better gift than ipad gloves this year, so practical!

  160. beverly says:

    Ha! Those angry birds are hilarious!

  161. MC says:

    Those ipad gloves would totally come in handy.

  162. Louby Lou says:

    Love the wristlet tute, would go great with many a purse project.

  163. Gina S. says:

    Omg, the angry bird it tooooo cute!

  164. Theresa says:

    love the cardigan

  165. Tabitha says:

    That Monkey bread looks soooo good on this frosty morning!

  166. Kirsten says:

    My kids are obsessed with angry birds. I love the tutorial to make some for their stockings!!!

  167. Sherry J says:

    love these ideas. cute angry bird. can’t wait to make one. thanks.

  168. Becky says:

    The book from Cake Ladies looks great!

  169. Cat says:

    so cool !! thanks !

  170. Jess says:

    Love the easy wrist strap bag. And I am very sure there will be some monkey bread in my near future!

  171. Tera says:

    Oh my goodness!!! Those angry birds are awesome!!! Some little boys and big boys are going to be very happy this Christmas!!! Thank you!!!!

  172. Cory says:

    Love the pirate shirt! Arrrrrg!

  173. wendy says:

    Some great projects here. I need the top one and my husband would love an angry bird!

  174. Robin E. says:

    I know some kids that would love angry bird toys!

  175. Morgan O. says:

    That monkey bread looks delicious!

  176. Shaila says:

    The Monkey bread looks incredible!

  177. Christy says:

    May have to try the Angry Bird. My kids would love those!

  178. Katie B says:

    Oh, my son would love an Angry Bird! Pretty sure it would get thrown at my head a lot. πŸ™‚

  179. Jessica says:

    I’m definitely making some angry birds πŸ™‚

  180. I need to start making monkey bread around here.

  181. Erika says:

    That printable holiday village reminds me of the Putz houses we had as kids! I LOVED them and am always on the lookout!

  182. slacker says:

    the pirate shirt IS pretty darned cute

  183. slacker says:

    mmm… monkeybread πŸ™‚ I want that monkeybread, too!

  184. Angela B. says:

    Angry birds and monkey bread – sounds like a great afternoon! Thanks for the chance to win!

  185. Beezus says:

    I am so going to use that wrist strap tutorial. πŸ™‚

  186. Shannon says:

    the ipad gloves are a brilliant idea…if only I knew someone with an ipad

  187. Tasha says:

    love the angry bird! will have to make

  188. elsa says:

    Have to say that the gloves with the bit of metal DMC sewn into them is brilliant! I’m giving it a try!

  189. Alexandra O says:

    I love the pirate outfit.

  190. Rebecca says:

    Very fun! especially like the repurposing tutorial.

  191. Mary Kaplan says:

    I want a flock of angry birds!!!

  192. Deidre says:

    Those Angry birds are fantasic! Thanks for the chance to win!

  193. nrnoodle says:

    The pirate shirt is so cute.

  194. Brie says:

    Those are some great books and giveaway items!

  195. Annie says:

    looks cool!

  196. Sarah B says:

    More great ideas. Thanks!

  197. Cynthia I says:

    Angry birds! That made my day to see tutorials for each bird.

  198. Liz says:

    angry birds just never get old!

  199. Carrie says:

    I’d love to get my hands on the cake ladies book!

  200. Tiara says:

    Such creative items

  201. Kristin H says:

    mmm, that monkeybread looks fantastic!

  202. Christine says:

    Love the geek t-shirt. I have a nephew who would love it.

  203. Courtney says:

    Great ideas — love the pirate shirt!

  204. Alexandra says:

    That wristlet is adorable! So excited!

  205. GM says:

    That monkey bread looks delicious!

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  206. Heidi says:

    Checking out those ipad gloves for myself, and passing the angry birds link on to a friend.

  207. Timmi says:

    that cake book looks awesome

  208. Amanda Jordan says:

    That sweater to cardigan is awesome! It is going on my growing list of ‘things to make’!

  209. Anita says:

    I really like the printable village!

  210. stephanie o says:

    Love this post- the angry birds are great my kids have been begging for these. Love the ipad gloves!

  211. Tammy says:

    Mmmmm, monkey bread! πŸ˜€

  212. Jessica H says:

    I need to make those angry birds!

  213. Georgia says:

    oooo, I like the wrist strap! And I need to dig out some sweaters to turn into cardigans!

  214. Pat Upton says:

    Ooooohhhhhh! Monkey Bread! Yum!

  215. Ali says:

    I keep reading about Monkey Bread, and wanting to try it, and I keep not making it… maybe this week will be the week!

  216. Peggy Grow says:

    Yummmm… monkey bread. Be makin’ some of that!

  217. I’ve heard of thread that you can use on gloves, so you can use your electronic touch device without removing your gloves. This “reminder” will definitely make me go investigate!

  218. Jocelyn says:

    Love the sweater!! What great ideas.

  219. Whitney says:

    the bags have definitely been my favorite part of this year’s list! I have so many women in my family and its great to be able to have a bag for all their different styles and needs. Thanks!

  220. Cayce says:

    fun tutorials!

  221. Michelle B says:

    Great tutorial roundup today! Hooray!

  222. natasha says:

    Lots of fun things today.

  223. jen says:

    smart idea for the iphone gloves!

  224. Christie S. says:

    It’s been years since I’ve had Monkey Bread. Looks delicious.

  225. bess says:

    LOVE the angry birds! and the wristlet! and the scarf! my list just grew a bunch!

  226. Marianna says:

    IPOD gloves would make a great stocking stuffer.

  227. Bridget says:

    Angry Birds – how funny!

  228. Mikaela says:

    Cute T-shirt.

  229. Brigette says:

    I’ve wanted go know how to make a wrist strap!

  230. cecile says:

    All great ideas. Thank you !

  231. Heather says:

    I’m checking out the Angry Birds now πŸ™‚

  232. Jennyroo says:

    Oh wow! I know the perfect Cake Lady to share that Cake Ladies book! And the stamped necklace is divine!

  233. Vikki says:

    Love that clutch! Thank you.

  234. SS Sews says:

    Sweater to cardigan…..can you read my mind?!

  235. Christina G. says:

    Love the angry birds and pirate shirt!

  236. Hannah says:

    Love the pirate!

  237. Melissa Ann says:

    Is it sad that I don’t know anything about angry birds?

  238. Katie says:

    I love those silver necklaces!!

  239. Maya says:

    Angry birds for the holidays!

  240. Tong says:

    Cute ideas!

  241. kristin says:

    that’s the best looking monkey bread i’ve seen!

  242. Annette says:

    I love the pirate shirt. So cute. I made my son a Harry potter scarf a couple of years ago for Halloween and he still loves it.

  243. Bobby says:

    My son is in love with Angry Birds. :0)

  244. Gill says:

    I love the Angry Bird!! and I don’t know what ‘monkey bread’ is so I’m off for a look!!

  245. Laurie says:

    Sweater to cardigan tut is so simple! I can’t wait to try it.

  246. Suzanne says:

    Angry birds, monkey bread and pirates! What a combo!

  247. Kati says:

    I just got an iphone….so those iphone/ipad gloves might be a must have!

  248. Jamie B. says:

    The Angry Birds patterns will be useful.Thank you!

  249. Amy says:

    Oooh such fun prizes!

  250. beth says:

    Oh, I still think Harry Potter is pretty cutting edge! Love the scarf!

  251. Susan says:

    what great ideas! That monkeybread would be tasty right about now!

  252. Kerry says:

    Need to make a full set of angry birds.

  253. Emily says:

    I already made a whole flock of angry birds and a couple of pigs for my son and nephew. I’m looking forward to seeing their reactions. They are going to love them!

  254. MissMary says:

    I wonder how that monkey bread recipe is different from my mother’s? Hmm…

  255. Jen says:

    My boy would LOVE that angry bird!

  256. Anya says:

    Looks great!

  257. Christina says:

    Looks like I’ll have to make myself a cardi!

  258. Katina says:

    Love the pirate shirt, now to just remember to use it next Halloween!

  259. Deanne says:

    Just what I need, another way to feed my Angry Bird addiction. So cute.

  260. Beth says:

    Love the sweater to cardigan.

  261. Carol says:

    This has been a great series. Thanks for all of the great ideas.

  262. Shelley says:

    Too cute! All of it.

  263. Wow! I have someone who would love each of these gifts! Those ipad gloves are one of the best ideas I’ve seen in a while! So simple and absolutely perfect!!

  264. tmv says:

    The iPad/iPhone gloves are brilliant! And the monkey bread looks amazing!

  265. Brianna says:

    My nephew would go crazy for that Angry Birds stuffie.

  266. Holly says:

    What a lot of great stuff!

  267. anya says:

    My son would love the pirate shirt!

  268. Melissa says:

    Love the angry birds!

  269. Njeri says:

    Am clicking over to the sweater to cardigan tutorial. what a brilliant idea.

  270. Laurie says:

    I think I will make a village of little houses for the top of my hutch!

  271. Fabienne says:

    Wow, how fun. Thanks for the fun ideas again!

  272. Erin says:

    I might have to make a few of the Angry Birds for my daughter. She loves them and thinks it is so funny when I play.
    Thanks for such cute ideas!

  273. craftytammie says:

    that monkey bread looks amazing! and my son was harry for halloween, we love HP around here!

  274. Natalia says:

    I’d love to have the cake ladies book

  275. Hannah says:

    These are some seriously great ideas! I’m especially interested in those gloves. I hope they really work!

  276. Meg says:

    Thanks for doing this series! I look forward to it everyday.

  277. jennifer says:

    What great ideas

  278. ooooo….monkey bread…yummo!!!

  279. Chris says:

    I love the books you are giving away! thank you for the fun this month!

  280. Lee says:

    I am making those angry birds for sure! thanks!

  281. alcheme says:

    Love the angry birds!!

  282. Ellen M. says:

    I can’t decide which I like better – the sweater to cardigan or the angry birds!

  283. Summer says:

    Great post today! I’m getting the best ideas. Thank you!

  284. Julia says:

    The iphone gloves are genius!

  285. Julianne Ross says:

    my nephew would love the angry birds!

  286. Andrea says:

    Angry birds!!! Perfect!

  287. Catherine says:

    I really like the fabric choices this week…and that bread looks yummy! Thanks for sharing.

  288. Alice S says:

    I NEED to make those angry birds!

  289. Gretchen says:

    My boys will LOVE the angry birds! Thank you!!

  290. lainey says:

    Love The Angry Birds!

  291. Ana says:

    Angry birds, yay! Imagine having a bunch of angry birds and litterally throw them at green pigs. Sounds relaxing.

  292. Angi says:

    Thanks for the Angry Birds pattern!

  293. Katy Yo says:

    I’ve been looking for an easy sweater-to-cardigan tute lately- thanks!

  294. Sonja says:

    Gah! Angry Birds!!!!

  295. Molly Martin says:

    Angry Birds! And I need more cardigans!

  296. Jill B says:

    Must get geek tshirt!

  297. mac says:

    Love angry birds and The Silva Diva. Thanks for the chance to win.

  298. Barbara says:

    That monkey bread looks like a delicious holiday treat I will have to try making real soon. Thanks for sharing!

  299. Sophie says:

    Even more christmas present ideas! I am going to be quite sad when this series is over – I have been enjoying the daily dose of inspiration!!

  300. linda says:

    okay, those iPad/iPhone Gloves are brilliant!!!

  301. Christine M says:

    I like the idea of a sweater to a cardigan!

  302. Sarah McGrath says:

    Love the pirate t-shirt! Very cute.

  303. Tas says:

    Heh, heh, I have never seen the Angry Bird game but I am getting quite a soft spot for them. That easy wrist strap clutch is beautiful.

  304. Kristen says:

    Metallic thread! Genius!

  305. Carmen says:

    The angry birds are so fun!

  306. Nat says:

    Wow love them all! Think I’ll be making my little boy the HP scarf ^_^

  307. leslie says:

    I just gotta make the angry birds, how funny and cute!

  308. Claudia says:

    I really love those cute angry birds.
    Thank you for the chance to win such beautiful prizes.
    Kind regards from Germany.

  309. Angela says:

    Oooh, all my favorite bloggers are featured today. πŸ™‚

  310. I think I am going to have to try that wristlet tutorial! Always looking for more cute little purse ideas.

  311. Natalija says:

    That monkey bread looks good.

  312. Louise says:

    Great ideas for day 28 thanks

  313. Kim says:

    This is my favorite post, yet! I totally want to make a flock of angry birds! That pirate shirt is awesome, too!

  314. Whitner says:

    How much fun! I don’t know how ya’ll come up with such great stuff everyday!

  315. angelina says:

    i want that monkeybread. now ! πŸ™‚

  316. wendy says:

    I love the angry birds!!

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