November 9 ~ Passion for Cooking + Baking

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Today’s features make great gifts for your resident cook or baker. If someone you know is at his happiest covered in flour, mixing up a new concoction in front of the stove, he’ll appreciate today’s ideas!

Our “Buy It” section features a bonus giveaway today so there are tons of chances for you to win!

Make It

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Make this great Oven Mitt with help from Finding My Feet.
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We love the color in these fun Scrap Busting Pot Holders from Thursday at My Girl Thursday.
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This Kitchen Towel from makelifesweet is a great way to show off some of your favorite fabrics.
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Christina’s Casserole Carrier from 2 Little Hooligans is pretty and practical!
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This Hand Towel Apron with Zipper from Amy at H is for Handmade is a really fun idea for the kitchen.

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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The Farmer’s Market Tote at Sew,Mama,Sew! features a project from the popular Doodle Stitching: The Motif Collection: 400+ Easy Embroidery Designs.

Related tutorials you might just love: Color Blocks Placemats + Napkins, Alfresco Bowl Covers, Napkins With Mitered Corners, Fall Lines Reversible Table Runner, Patchwork Kitchen Mat, Laminated Fabric Recipe Cards + Recipe Folder

Buy It

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We’ve been fans of Heather’s gorgeous designs in her Skinny laMinx shop for years! We love everything she creates, including these beautiful screenprinted Mushroom Tea Towels. All of Heather’s work is designed and handcrafted in Cape Town, South Africa. Today Heather is offering a set of matching Mushrooms Tea Towels as a special giveaway for Handmade Holidays! Comment below for your chance to win.

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:

Kristin’s choice Liz’s choice Dena’s choice

Mix It

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Eden at Sugar and Charm shows you how easy it is to make Infused Sugar. Eden writes that the sugar is great in coffee or your favorite cookie recipe, and it’s also fun to garnish a glass rim with the sugar for a special drink. It would make a pretty gift too!

Print It

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These Wrapping Bands from daily suze work for wrapping actual baked goods or for packaging on boxes, etc. Suze is an Italian graphic designer, specializing in stationery and she loves the holiday season. If you click over to the free PDF you can see the bands on Anemone’s Lavender Biscuits. The recipe is in Italian, but Suze says it’s definitely worth a try with the help of a good online translator!

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!

Sewing with Oilcloth: 20 Patterns that Make Sewing with Oilcloth Easy, Fresh and Fun

Author: Kelli McCants
Publisher: Wiley

20 fresh patterns to sew a variety of fun and functional projects with oilcloth.

Sewing with Oilcloth covers sewing with the family of specialty fabrics collectively known as oilcloth. You’ll get easy-to-follow instructions, special tips and tricks needed to get the most out of these fabrics, the unique applications of each, and how to treat and care for the finished pieces.

From home goods to accessories, from baby gear to outdoor decor, you’ll find oilcloth sewing projects that unlock the potential of both traditional choices and new designer prints. You’ll follow along helpful, trouble-free instructions to sew oilcloth projects like a simple tablecloth, garden apron, farmer’s market tote, baby bib, and so much more.

Deploy That Fabric: 23 Sewing Projects Use Military Uniforms in Everyday Life

Author: Jen Eskridge
Publisher: C&T Publishing

Show your pride in our troops every day! All members of the Armed Forces have to buy multiple uniforms, some of which become decommissioned. Learn how to recycle these uniforms and blend in some cheerful, contemporary fabrics to create useful family treasures with one-of-a-kind style. Even if you don’t have a service member in your life, you can make these cool projects using camouflage fabrics or uniforms purchased from surplus stores.

Inspired to Sew

Author: Bari J. Ackerman
Publisher: C&T Publishing

Popular designer Bari J. brings her bright and feminine signature style to 15 new projects-ruffled quilts, a unique tunic and bag, plus sweet decorations and accessories for every room in the house. Readers will appreciate the book’s luscious photography, as well as Bari’s in-depth advice on fabric collage, free-motion stitching, machine applique, patchwork piecing, and simple garment techniques.

Christmas Quilts from Hopscotch Warm and Cozy, Merry and Bright

Authors: Heather Willms, Elissa Willms
Publisher: Martingale & Co.

Quilt the holidays folk-art style, cheery and bright, or both! You’ll find seven warm and primitive projects, seven colorful and contemporary.

* Make holiday tree skirts, Advent calendars, stockings, lap quilts, and patchwork balls.
* Find charming wintry motifs such as gingerbread men, a snowman, feather trees, and stars.
* Two collections in one! Flip over “Warm and Cozy” to find a second rendition of the projects, “Merry and Bright!”

Sew Wild: Creating with Stitch and Mixed Media

Author: Alisa Burke
Publisher: Interweave Press

Sew Wild liberates you! Enjoy unlimited freedom to color, pattern, and customize your own fabric with fun, spectacular results. Get wild with printing, painting, drawing, stenciling, and other surface design methods and unique materials such as plastic bags, photographs, and cardboard. Dive into 12 simple sewing projects to make colorful, wearable, and hip designs, including a stunning wall quilt, adorable hats for kids or adults, a pretty wreath, cuff bracelets, and a modern ruffled apron.

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

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.

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481 Responses to November 9 ~ Passion for Cooking + Baking

  1. Nabiha says:

    Love the market tote! thanks for the giveaways!

  2. Jackie says:

    I have never seen a zip off apron before…what a clever idea! Thank you!!

  3. wendy says:

    Oooooh, I want to make those tea towels, but for me!

  4. Patrica says:

    The info on this post is valuable.

  5. leah says:

    lots of fuN!

  6. lm says:

    lovely ideas for some very practical gifts

  7. You’re welcome, Grace! Thank you for your sweet comment.

  8. Jennifer G. Miller says:

    These are just fabulous ideas! love the zipper apron!

  9. Kate says:

    The tote bag makes me want to learn to embroider. Tried when I was younger, but could not get it right. Maybe now would be a good time to try again.

  10. Melissa Q. says:

    i love those potholders and love this theme! cooking! yay! nothing like fall weather to inspire more time in the kitchen. and, thanks for sew mama sew for making it stylish!

  11. Christie S. says:

    Love the idea of using up my scraps. The Scrap Busting Pot Holders
    are so cute.

  12. Bonnie says:

    I love the concept of Deploy That Fabric!. I’ve always wondered what to do with old uniforms… it just seems sad to see how many end up in goodwill or tossed

  13. CaroleM says:

    I like Kritin’s choice for the fabric

  14. Catherine says:

    Infused sugar is such a sweet idea…and would make a pretty, lovely gift for someone that you need a little treat for. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Vikki says:

    Love the casserole Carrier. Thank you.

  16. Gina S. says:

    Love the scrappy pot holders, great idea! :)

  17. Maureen says:

    What fun things to make and books to own.

  18. Rebecca says:

    I have some insul-fleece waiting to be made into new oven mitts and potholders! And such a great way to use up some scrap fabrics!

  19. WandaFish says:

    So many cute projects! I’ll definitely be running up some potholders. I love Heather’s mushrooms teatowels – thanks for the chance to win :)

  20. craftytammie says:

    i need to make a casserole carrier for my MIL! thanks!

  21. Megan says:

    A casserole holder? I’ve been eyeing those for awhile! Perfect!

  22. Dell says:

    Love the kitchen ideas. Thanks again.

  23. Bianca says:

    i have a small stash of oil cloth so i would love to check out that book.

  24. Michelle W says:

    Scrap-buster pot-holders? YES PLEASE

  25. Sue Ellen T says:

    These may be the most inspiring tutorials yet!

  26. Lindsay says:

    I need to make myself one of the casserole carriers!

  27. Kim T. says:

    love the casserole carrier!

  28. Sam says:

    Love the pot holders.

  29. Liz says:

    casserole carrier?! this is brilliant!

  30. Heidi Myers says:

    I would love to win the sewing with oilcloth book

  31. Jayne says:

    Great ideas! Great books! Love so many of the ideas!

  32. april says:

    love that kitchen towel. it’s so pretty i’d be afraid to use it!

  33. Sus says:

    As always….great suggestions. I know someone who would go gaga over those kitchen towels!

  34. Alexandra O says:

    I love all the books today.

  35. Stephanie says:

    Thanks for the veggie embroidery patterns.

  36. Laurie says:

    Perfect timing! I just threw away my ratty old oven mitt.

  37. Prachi says:

    Today’s projects are lovely – especially the casserole carrier. Thanks for all the ideas.

  38. Carole B says:

    Thanks for all the great projects! I especially like the Hand Towel Apron, probably because I’m always wiping my hands on my apron–need to make one of these for me.

  39. Beth says:

    I pinned that casserole carrier so long ago I forgot about it…thanks for reminding me how much I love it!!! Those scrap buster pot holders are also a favorite! Smiles~beth

  40. Lynn Hey says:

    Hope to make a few of the ruffle towels tomorrow for gifts. Thanks for the inspiration!

  41. Elizabeth says:

    What a great casserole carrier!

  42. Cat says:

    Sewing with oilcloth looks like so much fun.

  43. emmmylizzzy says:

    Kitchen presents are the best – and one of the most fun to sew!

  44. Cary says:

    I like the zipper apron idea!

  45. Ginger says:

    what neat ideas

  46. Lea says:

    My scraps definitely need to be busted – those potholders look good.

  47. melanie says:

    The oven mitt and potholders will make greate Christmas presents!

  48. Marianna says:

    Great projects!

  49. Katina says:

    Hand-Towel Apron with a zipper. Now why didn’t I think of that!!

  50. Shannon says:

    the casserole carrier has been on my to-do list awhile….

  51. Abbington says:

    The casserole carrier looks like a really practical gift! I also can’t wait to try the lavender biscuits.

  52. alcheme says:

    Love everything today!!!

  53. Amanda says:

    I love the quilting on the oven mitt

  54. Angela B. says:

    Great ideas as always! Thanks for the chance to win!

  55. bruinbr says:

    Who doesn’t love using scraps and getting something useful too! That apron idea is fantastic as well!

  56. Natalie says:

    Yummmm! Infused sugar. What a simple yet great idea.

  57. Sarah says:

    Cooking is my first love!! I’ve only been sewing for a couple of weeks ! I am pretty shocking but I’m giving it a good go!I’ve signed up for classes and I’ve up to week four!! Learning how to put a zip in may have to try the apron!!!! Thanks all the way from oz! :)

  58. Potholders, oven mitt, kitchen towels! they’re all things I’ve got on my list I want to sew. Just hadn’t gotten around to finding instructions on how to. Now I don’t have to. Thanks! :-)

  59. I’m about to take on my first oilcloth project, so I sure would love the book to help guide me!!! :)

  60. Love all the kitchen projects!!

  61. anne says:

    ok, i just bookmarked pretty much everything on this list. cooking + craftiness = my cup of tea! :)

  62. Charmaine says:

    I love the mix it link…so simple yet wonderful

  63. MarciaW says:

    The casserole carrier and wrapping bands are my favorites from this post.

  64. Jessica says:

    Fantastic ideas. I have so much fun checking in each day to see all the new inspiration!

  65. Anita says:

    Cute apron idea.

  66. Nina says:

    Thanks for all the great ideas!

  67. Jana Sterling says:

    I love the potholder patterns! This is what I was already planning for gifts to my sister in laws! THanks for the additional ideas! Also, I looooovvvveee the mushroom tea towels! Please let me win!

  68. kristin says:

    i love everything in this post today!

  69. jennifer says:

    these ideas are so great! I just need more hours in the day.

  70. Jennifer Lynch Postma says:

    Infused sugar and potholders! Christmas presents galore!

  71. Sarah says:

    Love all the ideas. Infused sugar and the kitchen towels are now on the list of ideas for holiday gifts.

  72. Hillary S. says:

    I love the hand towel apron. What a great idea!

  73. Janelle says:

    Great gift ideas!! I love the pot holders.

  74. Jessica says:

    the towel-apron is so clever!

  75. Jenn says:

    I have been wanting to make potholders!

  76. Julie says:

    i have got to make some pot holders!

  77. Ooh the Oilcloth book!!!

  78. SS Sews says:

    The vegetables are so cute on the tote!

  79. Katharine says:

    Great ideas! I love the scrappy pot holders!

  80. Blossom says:

    What great projects and prizes! Love it!

  81. Blossom says:

    What great projects and prizes!

  82. Briana says:

    The apron tutorial is kinda cute

  83. Alison says:

    More wonderful gift ideas….my to do list is getting very long

  84. Claudia says:

    What an amazing prize.
    So many wonderful tutorials.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Kind regards from Germany
    Claudia

  85. Lori D. says:

    After a little fabric shopping I am dedicating today to sewing some of these great projects.

  86. Ann S says:

    Love the colorful pot holders, great ideas, thanks for the continued inspiration!

  87. Mel says:

    Love the mushroom towels!!

  88. Wendy D. P. says:

    Such fun ideas! I love the veggie tote and the casserole carrier is brilliant!

  89. Love that apron. What a fab idea!!!!!

  90. Vanessa W says:

    Ooooh have been looking for an oven mitt tutorial

  91. Sarah says:

    That tea towel apron is very clever

  92. mac says:

    Oven mitts and pot holders are on my gift list now. A big thank you.

  93. Sarah says:

    Love the oven mitt!

  94. Mikaela says:

    Love the kitchen towel, so cute!

  95. vernita says:

    I love the apron with the zip off towel…so clever!

  96. MelodyJ says:

    I love the kitchen towel.

  97. Joanne says:

    More great ideas!

  98. Cat says:

    I love the doodle stitch tote ! so fresh !

  99. Jill B says:

    I LOVE that tote…and I’ve been dabbling in a bit of embroidery lately.

  100. deborah says:

    the tea towels are so cute!~

  101. amber says:

    I love the embroidery on the farmers’ market tote. I’d love to use that motif on the apron.

  102. EmGabs says:

    Super excited to try the casserole carrier!

  103. Sarah B says:

    Great ideas! I have really been wanting to make potholders, thanks for the inspiration.

  104. Carla G says:

    More fabulous tutorials today! I especially like the casserole carrier! Thanks :)

  105. Kerry says:

    Casserole carrier, love it!

  106. Mama Lusco says:

    Love these ideas!

  107. Robyn says:

    I’m so glad I had a chance to look at this list again! I think you just answered my question about what to make for my dad – a nice oven mitt and pot holder set… maybe with a dish towel or two thrown in! And if I’m really lucky, I’ll make myself one too! ;)

  108. Alison says:

    Those look like fun books. I might have to make myself some oven mitts.
    aliben7 (at) gmail (dot) com

  109. Allison C says:

    Those towels are so cute! And I have the oil cloth book on my wish list. Have only attempted baby bibs with oil cloth and would love to learn more about using it!

  110. That hand towel apron with the zipper is super cool! How easy to wash! Love it.

  111. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    The hand-towel apron is such a clever idea!

  112. Jen V says:

    I can’t wait to make the apron!

  113. Elizabeth says:

    Sew Wild is already on my Christmas Wish list! It looks fab! And so does that Doodle Grocery Bag!

  114. Julie Armendariz says:

    The infused sugar looks awesome!

  115. LOVE the zipper towel apron!

  116. Peggy Grow says:

    I love that mushroom tea towel! Too cute.

  117. Susan says:

    love the infused sugars.

  118. Tera says:

    Love the potholders. All the tutorials together would make a wonderful gift!!! : )

  119. Ella says:

    Ooo..lots of great ideas for a cook in my house!

  120. natasha says:

    Thank you Sew Mama Sew for all the great ideas!

  121. Shawna says:

    What super ideas. My auntie loves to cook and I know she’d love the apron. I could even make her all matching stuff for her kitchen. Looks like some awesome books for the giveaway. Oh and love Heather’s towels! Thanks for the giveaways.

    missmoozie(at)gmail(dot)com

  122. Maeve says:

    More great ideas today – thanks so much for all these tutes!

  123. MissMary says:

    perfect! girlfriends’ sewing day on sunday has an apron theme!

  124. Jane S. says:

    I really like that mushroom tea towel! Thanks for a great post. :)

  125. Anna says:

    The kitchen is one of my favourite places to be, so I love this post! Potholders, teatowels, aprons… All great!!

  126. Camille says:

    Sewing OilCloth looks great! As do the mushroom tea towels!

  127. Kristin M says:

    This has be inspired to make potholders and matching towels for my kitchen.

  128. Kelsey D says:

    Love this stuff! Especially the apron :)

  129. Emilia says:

    I wish I could sew my dinner. These passion posts are a great combo. Thanks for the ideas & inspiration.

  130. Summer says:

    Ooh, I love this day’s projects. Love the apron with the handtowel! And the ruffled towel!

  131. Meg says:

    So many great ideas in today’s post!! I’ve gotta get my list together.

  132. Jodi G. says:

    I don’t know how you guys still make each day so wonderful!! Loving all the ideas. Lots of inspiratation.
    I’m loving the zip off towel from the apron. Clever!! I’ve been wanting to make a cassarole carrier. What
    a great gift idea.

    Thank you and Heather for the giveaways and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  133. Sarah says:

    I now want to make matching pot holders and oven mits. Keep the ideas coming!

  134. I enjoyed this blog post! I feel like going on some outdoor adventures soon! Keep up the excellent work!!

  135. jessicac says:

    This has been my favorite post all week! The mushroom towels are to die for, and the zipper apron is geeenius!

  136. addie says:

    Ohhh, I would like to try sewing with oilcloth. Thank you for the giveaway.

  137. Gina Shelley says:

    Those potholders are the best; a great way to use scraps and add a little pizzaz to the kitchen!

  138. traci says:

    so many things to look at…. so many things to try to make…. so little time!

  139. Jen says:

    awesome apron!

  140. Cherri Shaw says:

    I love the casserole carrier! I know my sister would love that for Christmas this year.

  141. KRisty says:

    Another day of great giveaways!

  142. Julianne Ross says:

    The towel apron was quite amazing!

  143. Georgia says:

    I’ve never heard of infused sugars before – sounds fun! And yummy. :)

  144. Brita says:

    Lots of great ideas today. Thank you.

  145. Charlotte says:

    Great ideas! The casserole carrier looks neat!

  146. Laurie says:

    Love the handtowel apron, genius!

  147. JulieD says:

    Want to make that kitchen towel! So many possibilities

  148. Michelle says:

    that casserole carrier looks like a great project! who couldn’t use one of those!?

  149. Margaret says:

    Great potholders and casserole cover…that Sew Wild book looks amazing. Thanks for the chance to win :)

  150. Jacque says:

    I’ve been looking for a pattern for potholders or mitts — thanks so much! Love that I can use my scraps to build the potholder!

  151. amber says:

    Love that ruffled towel!

  152. Chrissy says:

    I so LOVE the apron and hand towel combination! What a brilliant idea!

  153. Carrie says:

    That sugar looks delish! Must make some for gifts!

  154. Christy says:

    Super cute apron idea! I have the oilcloth book on my Christmas list.

  155. Sarah says:

    I really love oil cloth! This book looks so interesting. Great recipes posted!

  156. Amy G. says:

    so cute!

  157. Nat says:

    Kitchen towels with ruffles?! Adorable!

  158. Helena says:

    That zippered apron is just brilliant, what a great bunch of tutorials…again…

  159. Hilary says:

    i love these projects for myself and as gifts for the many cooks in my life.

  160. Lorrie says:

    love that ruffled kitchen towel.

  161. julia says:

    love the pot holders – we are in need of some new ones around here!

  162. Carrie says:

    Thanks for the great ideas

  163. Ramona says:

    I’m planning on doing a whole cooking/baking theme for my mom and will definitely be using some of the tutorials today especially the casserole carrier. Those mushroom towels are so cute. They’d be a nice edition to her gift.

  164. Sam says:

    Love the pot holders!

  165. Robin E. says:

    Man. How am I going to choose what items to make for gifts this year when there is soooo much to choose from?!? Another day just full of wonderful tutorials.

  166. Jennifer says:

    Oh my goodness, I love every single thing posted today!

  167. Jenni says:

    I love the idea of the hand towel apron. I’ve never seen one of these before – it’s so clever.

  168. Lindsay says:

    Love love love!

  169. Whitney says:

    awesome tutorials! Definitely giving the casserole cover to someone!

  170. Kim N says:

    Wow! These are awesome for the kitchen! I’d love to have all of them! Might have to do a few for presents too. :)

  171. Debbie says:

    I really like those scrappy potholders!

  172. Lisa L. says:

    That apron is a brilliant idea! Love it.

  173. Kristen says:

    Love today’s bag! I’m loving embroidery right now.

  174. Sandy says:

    I love the infused sugar recipes!

  175. Darcy says:

    These all look like great projects but those scrappy potholders are especially cute – thanks!

  176. Whitner says:

    That hand towel apron is the smartest thing ever. Must make one this weekend. Thanks for all the hard work!

  177. Margaret says:

    Perfect timing–I had the idea of making potholders and oven mitts, and now I have the tutorials. Thanks!

  178. ElizabethL says:

    More great ideas from Handmade Holidays.

  179. Meg says:

    These ideas are fabulous!! Love the books :)

  180. Rachael Spencer says:

    I love the scrappy pot holders.

  181. Em says:

    The zip off hand towel apron is brilliant! Can’t wait to try it!

  182. VickiT says:

    The scrap busting pot holders and the oven mitt tutes are awesome. I had seen the pot holder tute before and had those on my list of possible Christmas gifts. I really loved the way that was written. thanks for reminding me

  183. Liz Devens says:

    I’m pinning away (Pinterest) Thanks for the great round up!

  184. greta says:

    infused sugar is fantastic!

  185. Jasmin says:

    I am the worlds worst cook but oven mitts are essential if you are good or bad can’t wait to sew one.

  186. jm says:

    I love this post—all of it—perfection!

  187. Tong says:

    Really love the embroidery on the Doodle Stitching Farmer’s Market Tote!

  188. Jeannie D says:

    WOW! Love the infused sugar…got to try those and also the “Sewing with Oilcloth” books…Fun!

  189. Gillian says:

    My friend the mushroom hunter would love to get those mushroom tea towels for Christmas!

  190. Brenda De says:

    love the casserole carrier! Thanks for the ideas!

  191. Lindsey M. says:

    LOVE the projects and the books even more!! Can’t wait to start making presents for everyone this year :)

  192. Fawn says:

    That casserole carrier is bound to be a popular gift! Most of the young moms I know routinely bring casseroles to get-togethers!

  193. Marsha says:

    Wow! I love that oven mit – perfect for my cousin in his first place – and the casserole carrier. I just might make one or two for myself!

  194. Marguerite says:

    The infused sugar jars are adorable.

  195. BekahM says:

    I just finished dressing up some kitchen towels for some Christmas gifts, checked out your site for the day — and found some fantastic gifts to make to go along with the towels! Thank you for the great ideas :)

  196. Linda G says:

    So many lovely books and so many cute ideas today to sew. Where to start?

  197. hand towel apron is winner winner chicken dinner !!

  198. Katrina H says:

    What a cute apron! Love the idea!

  199. Julia says:

    OK, seriously, oven mitts, a towel apron, MUSHROOM tea towels! It’s like you can see inside my brain! I neeeeed these things!!

  200. Pauline says:

    Love that casserole carrier idea!

  201. Rosa in the Antipodes says:

    Ohhhh, those books! I’ve been longing for a copy of Bari J’s “Inspired to Sew!” for a while! I’m definately sewing an oven mitt today! Love this blog!

  202. Meowie says:

    Nice pot holders!

  203. Heidi Anderson says:

    Great ideas and great books!

  204. Andrea says:

    I love cooking and I may have to find time to make some of these for myself.

  205. Angie says:

    Awesome tutorials!! It has been like Christmas morning for me waiting to check the next day’s blog!! Thank you so much for all the amazing ideas this month!

  206. Emily says:

    The mushroom tea towels are so beyond perfect for my kitchen – onto my holiday wishlist they go. Love supporting handmade!

  207. I have a total kitchen thing going for Christmas this year. Lots of potholders and trivets and aprons but I’m loving the dishtowels. I’m definitely adding that to the mix!

  208. Barbara says:

    The apple print fabric is wonderful!

  209. Anna Dorothy says:

    those tea towels are wonderful!

  210. Morgan O. says:

    Can’t wait to try the potholders and oven mitt!

  211. Theresa says:

    I love the kitchen towels.

  212. Mandi says:

    I love that casserole carrier. I’m thinking it would be used more for brownies than casseroles in my house, though.

  213. Louisa says:

    I really love the idea for the This Hand Towel Apron with Zipper! What a great idea!

  214. Kate says:

    I love any project that helps work down my scrap pile. I hate to throw things away. I think I’ll be making a few pot holders.

  215. Eva says:

    The wrapping bands are really cool.

  216. Sunny says:

    I think the infused sugar is definitely on my list

  217. Erica says:

    So cute!

  218. Louise says:

    Great ideas for day 9 Thanks a lot

  219. Erin says:

    That hand towel apron is just TOO clever!

  220. R Harrison says:

    Can’t wait to make the casserole carrier, I’ve been looking for a tutorial on this.

    Thanks!

  221. Jenny says:

    I love that Farmer’s Market Tote! And I have that book. Why haven’t I made it?

  222. The potholders would make great teacher gifts! Thank you!

  223. Galatina says:

    Lovely things & lovely books

  224. Kami says:

    That apron is pretty clever, and the farmer’s market tote has been on my to make list for a while.

  225. Celeste says:

    That casserole carrier is a fantastic idea–love it!

  226. Julia Irene says:

    I rally like the handtowel/zipper apron. Thanks for the tutorials. Thanks for the chance to win, too. I love the mushroom tea towels, and I love Alisa Burke.

  227. Beth T says:

    Perfect timing! I just decided to make infused sugars to give with organic teas for Christmas. Now I just need to find some cute mesh things in which to steep and strain. (I don’t even know what they’re called, hence my trouble finding any!)

  228. Celtic Thistle says:

    What a great selection of tutorials, I have been busy making aprons for my daughter-in-law’s upcoming birthday. The apron today is so different from everything else I have seen I think I am going to have to squeeze that one in too!

  229. Anya says:

    Great ideas! Thanks!

  230. Jodie says:

    I think this is my favorite so far! Love all the kitchen tutorials. Thanks!

  231. Dani says:

    Ooooh, I love those mushroom tea towels! If I don’t win, I will certainly be going to pick up a couple

  232. Lindsay says:

    I’m really loving those ruffly kitchen towels! I wonder if I could get my husband into the idea…

  233. Karen says:

    Both the potholders and apron will help with my list!

  234. Alisa says:

    Love the casserole carrier! so cute!

  235. Silvia says:

    I love all your projects!!! The Farmer’s Market Tote Bag is great!! :)

  236. Christine M says:

    The hand towel apron is such a clever idea!

  237. Renae says:

    Fun apron!

  238. Sherri S. says:

    I must make that bag–the embroidery motifs are darling! Thanks so much!

  239. Christine says:

    The oilcloth book looks so interesting!

  240. marthaeliza says:

    Oh, snap! Why did I read this post at work! Now I can’t wait to get home to read through many of the tutorials.

  241. Jodes says:

    Love some of these! My city is going plastic bag free, so the Doodle Stitching bag is perfect! Must get stitching!

  242. Mary says:

    Wow someone just asked me to make a oven glove – might just use this tutorial – thanks

  243. Virginia says:

    The apron with the zip off hand towel is such a clever idea.

  244. Jessica Gabbie says:

    The zip off hand towel apron is a nifty idea… love it!

  245. Stephanie Wehrman says:

    I love the zip-apron-towel idea!

  246. bridget says:

    My favorite post so far. I want to make all of them!

  247. Betsy says:

    Casserole Carrier=great gift.

  248. That zippered apron is very cool!

  249. Jen says:

    Love the ideas!

  250. Leah says:

    I love aprons in every shape and form. Thanks for the great ideas!

  251. Brandy says:

    I so need to make the kitchen towel and casserole cover. I love them both!

  252. Dallas says:

    So many great ideas in this post! I love the zippered apron idea…and the casserole dish carrier is something I’ve been looking for a tutorial on. And I’ve added the Sewing with Oilcloth book to my wishlist.

  253. Suzanne says:

    The apron is such a smart idea!

  254. Courtney says:

    Such great stashbusters!

  255. Courtney says:

    I really need to make some of those hot pads!

  256. Miquela says:

    love the apron idea! Had not seen this blog yet.

  257. Louby Lou says:

    Always love a cookery inspired craft project, thanks for the inspiration!

  258. Kirsten says:

    Oh man, I’ve just been lamenting that two of my potholders got lost. I need to make more. These are great. I’ve never thought of making a casserole holder either, and why not? Love it!!!

  259. Julia says:

    the ruffle kitchen towel is so cute – I’m thinking of pairing that with the pot holders for a christmas gift!

  260. Lisa G. says:

    Love these ideas!! I might just shoot this email to my husband :)

  261. upstatelisa says:

    i love the stitching on the market tote!

  262. Barbara says:

    Thank you for all the great ideas. I love those kitchen towels!

  263. Love all the ideas, specially the casserole carrier. Ohh, and mushrooms are my favorites! :)

  264. eleanor says:

    What a great apron!

  265. Michele says:

    I’d love to win one of those books!

  266. Kayla says:

    Hope I win!

  267. Celia says:

    Love the embroidery on that bag! And so many nice projects… I really need a casserole carrier too!

  268. Melanie T says:

    Love these projects! Thanks for the chance.

  269. Lisa C. says:

    Great post! The Sewing Oilcloth books looks wonderful.

  270. Genevieve says:

    I love the kitchen towel!

    Gen

  271. Sharon says:

    I think you have solved my problem for the easiest, inexpensive, quick holiday gifts with the infused sugar idea!! Who wouldn’t love one of those in an adorable little jar. Thanks!!

  272. Delia says:

    Love the colors! I may have to make myself a casserole carrier. I appreciate that it is size for a 9×13 pan!

  273. Gretchen says:

    I think this has got to be my favorite Passion yet. I hope to make every one of these projects!

  274. Aurélie says:

    Brilliant apron idea! Thanks for al those tutorials!

  275. Julie W says:

    more great ideas!

  276. Lee says:

    I love the hand towels – and since we are doing a holiday handtowel exchange at work this is perfect!

  277. Chris says:

    Hand towel apron – i love it!

  278. Deb says:

    Cooking is my other passion so loved looking at these kitchen goodies.

  279. Stacy says:

    Love the casserole carrier!

  280. Nancy D. says:

    The tea towels would be perfect for my aunt. Thanks for sharing!

  281. Stephanie C. says:

    These all look like great projects!

  282. Nichole says:

    Every day the ideas get better and better ! I’ve made vanilla infused sugar but never thought of the other flavors…they all look great !

  283. Kati says:

    I made that casserole carrier last year as a gift. It was a lot of work but it turned out great and the recipient loved it! :)

  284. Sara says:

    I LOVE

  285. Melissa Ann says:

    The infused sugar is a beautiful project. I wish I had some jars like that!

  286. Tabitha says:

    The casserole carrier looks perfect for a mom-in-law gift :)

  287. Libby says:

    So many great ideas! My favourite is probably the doodle tote, will have to make that soon.

  288. Nancy Swecker says:

    Thank you for giving us more chances this week to win your giveaway by commenting each day. I’m going to try the Hand Towel Apron with Zipper sometime.

  289. Michele says:

    The Hand Towel Apron with Zipper – pure genius! My sister would love this.

  290. Ana says:

    Such great ideas! Thanks

  291. Crystal says:

    That kitchen towel is just what I needed to see! It will be so perfect for some of the gifts I’m giving. Thank you , Thank you!!

  292. Cindi C says:

    A couple of these tutorials will fit one of my friends perfectly! Let’s get to sewing!

  293. Annie says:

    My sewing room is filling up with potholders, place mats, aprons,mug rugs, etc. for gift-giving this year…all new pattern ideas welcome, thank you for posting these!

  294. Claudia says:

    Wow! Such beautiful surprises!
    And a chance to win as well…thank you!
    Kind regards from Germany
    Claudia

  295. Kristy says:

    Ooh – I need a casserole carrier!

  296. beth says:

    Great Ideas!

  297. Alli says:

    Ooh, I was thinking about making my mom an oven mitt to replace the one I burnt. :}

  298. Jessica says:

    Imfused sugar… perfect! A friend recently got me strawberry sugar to drink with tropicla green tea. It was delicious, and I’ve been looking for a way to make it.

  299. Morgan says:

    All of these projects are so pretty and useful, thanks!

  300. linda says:

    love the ruffly kitchen towel…makes cooking seem really pretty and not messy!

  301. Tiara says:

    Love all of these wonderful ideas. It will so hard to choose

  302. joyfulT says:

    That apron is genius! As soon as I get my new-to-me sewing machine I am making one!

  303. Lori says:

    Awesome books!

  304. Anne says:

    These lists of tutorials are so awesome; I’ve bookmarked them all; thanks.

  305. Robyn Meza says:

    Love the pot holders. I seriously want all of the books too!

  306. Cayce says:

    what nice ways to use up scraps! great ideas once again.

  307. Sherry J says:

    awesome tutes today. thanks so much. love the books too.

  308. Ingrid says:

    OH man, that apron is awesome!!!!!!!!! I should make shirts like that so I can unzip to a clean, un-kiddified layer when I’m ready to leave the house.

  309. Ashley Williams says:

    oh geez i want ALL of those books! The Deploy That Fabric the most, though!

  310. Linda S says:

    I’m going to make the hand towel apron for my brother-in-law for christmas.

  311. Amber says:

    Those towels are gorgeous! My husband and I grow and wildharvest mushrooms. These would be perfect!

  312. Katie says:

    That casserole carrier looks great! I think I might just have to make it.

  313. Jessica H says:

    I’m loving the hand towel/apron combo.

  314. Erin says:

    I love the apron for me and I might have to make the scrap buster pot holders for my daughter’s play kitchen.

  315. Amy says:

    As I, myself, have a passion for cooking and baking, this may be my favorite Handmade Holidays post yet. I really do want to make every project. Thanks SMS!

  316. Karen A says:

    I have added that cute apron with towel to my gifts to make list. Thanks for all the wonderful ideas.

  317. Suzanne says:

    I do love the mushrooms on that tea towel and infused sugar would make a lovely gift. Thanks for the links.

  318. Jennifer N says:

    Lovely projects. I think I’d like to try the casserole carriers. I missed a chance to get my mother-in-law’s after the old house was cleaned out, so I’ll have to make one of my own. Thanks for sharing all the great ideas.

  319. Rebecca says:

    I’ve been looking for a casserole carrier-type pattern for some time. Thanks for putting up this great set of tutorials!

  320. laura reich says:

    Adorable kitchen towel.

  321. wendy says:

    Lovely tutorials, as usual… and the mushroom tea towel is absolutely adorable!

  322. Rebekah says:

    I’ve started looking forward to your new ideas every day! Thanks again for some great tutorials. :)

  323. Jenn Lee says:

    The infused sugar is such a brilliant idea.

  324. Kim says:

    Haven’t seen any of these books, but they look fun! Thanks for the link to the casserole carrier–that is awesome!

  325. great ideas! love the apron and the casserole carrier especially!

  326. Jess says:

    I really want to attempt making that oven mitt, ours are falling to pieces!

  327. Amy says:

    What wonderful ideas! Thanks for the giveaway!

  328. Craftykaren says:

    I would love some new inspiration from one of these books. Thank you for the chance to win!

  329. alison says:

    The maarket tote is great

  330. Tracey says:

    Great giveaways! I would love any of those!

  331. Samantha says:

    YEAH!! Pretty!

  332. Kristy says:

    Great ideas! And all will fit with what is in my sewing stash! Woo hoo!

  333. Marita H says:

    Love all the ideas! Especially loving the mushroom tea towels for my fellow mushroom-loving mother in law!

  334. kdaisy says:

    Great gift ideas! I love the potholders.

  335. Liz Taylor says:

    LOVE those scrapbusting potholder. I need some!

  336. Sarah says:

    These would be great gifts for the cooks in my family.

  337. Erika says:

    casserole carrier!!! my new project!

  338. angela says:

    As a baker and cook I love all these! Such wonderful ideas!

  339. Lynn says:

    Wow, such great ideas and giveaways!

  340. Carrie says:

    love the oven mitt pattern!

  341. Megan says:

    What a great idea for an apron!!

  342. Tammy says:

    The tea towel is so pretty, and that sugar sounds delicious!

  343. Tammy says:

    The tea towel is so pretty, and that sugar sounds delicious!

  344. Diana says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever really heard of infused sugar. Great concept and cute containers!

  345. Jolene says:

    Since I love to cook, I love everything!

  346. Jen says:

    Those scrap busting pot holders are super cute.

  347. mims says:

    the handtowel apron is so clever!

  348. Christina G. says:

    Love the hand towel apron and mushroom tea towels. Fun stuff!

  349. Maya says:

    That hand towel apron with zipper is awesome! It would be great not only in the kitchen but also in the studio!

  350. tsigeyusv says:

    the mushroom teacloth is divine! I love the pattern. Thanks for so many great ideas. I’m always inspired when I visit here.

  351. Amanda says:

    Gorgeous! I love the tea towels! Thanks for all of the lovely ideas and inspiration!

  352. Jaimie O'Brien says:

    love that apron idea sooo cleaver!

  353. Jaimie O'Brien says:

    love that apron idea sooo cleaver!

  354. That apron is awesome and so simple! I think I’ll have to try that later this month.

  355. ratty says:

    excellent links! i think i clicked thru to ALL of them, LOL!

  356. Andrea says:

    Some of these would make great hostess gifts! Thanks again for the daily inspiration!

  357. Kari E says:

    Great stuff again today!

  358. Liz says:

    I have been wanting to make some new hot pads forever! Love all the great ideas!

  359. Stacy says:

    Love the casserole carrier! Thanks for sharing!

  360. kathyh says:

    the apron with the zippered towel looks very interesting.

  361. Southern Gal says:

    Love the casserole carrier. i’m going to have to make one of those before Thanksgiving and all the meals.

  362. Sharon Meek says:

    I love the apron with the zipper towel. Clever!!

  363. Amy says:

    Love the potholders! Great ideas today! Thanks~

  364. Tez says:

    I am really starting to love Mixed Media crafting. The book looks amazing.

  365. Deidre says:

    Love the mushroon tea towel!Thanks for all the great ideas and for the chance to win!

  366. Sonya M says:

    I keep meaning to tackle a casserole carrier. Thanks for the reminder (and easy access to a tutorial!)

  367. Larissa says:

    Right up my alley – I love the tutorials!

  368. Yay! I’m so happy my suggestion for the oven mitt tutorial from Finding My Feet was chosen! :)

  369. Carmen says:

    This morning, as the sewmamasew page came up with two of my little girls snuggled up next to me in bed, my youngest daughter said “mama, are we gonna make sumpin today?”. I love it. Yep, we are gonna make sumpin today… how could I say no ;)

  370. Marci Girl says:

    Love the bag a day today! Fabulous!

  371. Glenys says:

    Great lists.

  372. Amanda says:

    really cute ideas! love that zippered apron

  373. Brie says:

    i am actually already working on the potholder! I love the pattern!

  374. heidi says:

    Wow there is a lot of exciting ideas, I can’t wait to try some this year.

  375. Rhonda S. says:

    I’m always looking for a scrap-buster! THe potholders are lovely!

  376. Pat Upton says:

    I love the hand towel apron and the oven mitt. They would make a great combo gift!

  377. Kristin says:

    The casserole cover would sure come in handy!

  378. Timmi says:

    I like the sugar and I’ve made that casserole carrier, love it

  379. chibidani says:

    I like the apron with handtowel idea. I could go for that.

  380. Kristin H says:

    I love the casserole carrier!

  381. Miranda says:

    Those mushroom towels are pretty cool. There are some great ideas here! Thanks!

  382. Christy Dixon says:

    Ny daughter just repainted her kitchen. What an excellent gift…. Homemade pot holders, napkins, etc to go with her new colors! Thanks for the inspiration!

  383. Sherrie Wolfe says:

    I love that apron idea!

  384. Syd says:

    Gosh, any of these books would be fun to have. I’m always amazed at everyone’s creativity!

  385. Megan says:

    great projects, especially for mothers, mother in laws and grandmothers!

  386. Roberta says:

    Just tweeted this giveaway ;}

  387. Fenna says:

    love the apron and the pot holders :) and love your giveaway :)

  388. susan hwang says:

    great gift ideas – thank you!

  389. Jess says:

    Am I really the first to comment today?!? I love the tutorials… I hardly know where to start! What great gift ideas! My book “wish list” is also growing by the day!

  390. Heidi says:

    I love that towel apron! brilliant, I’ve been hoping for a casserole cover tutorial also. Great stuff!

  391. Christina says:

    Wow, I want the Sewing with Oilcloth book… or any of those other fun things!

  392. evelin says:

    That ruffly kitchen towel is so sweet, and could use up scraps! Love it.

  393. Annie says:

    all of this looks great, wonderful ideas!

  394. faith says:

    Oooh…those potholders and oven mitts look like they’d be great gifts to make.

  395. Casey C says:

    I love the casserole carrier.

  396. Marilize says:

    These are fantastic projects – I love the hand towel apron.

  397. Rebekah says:

    The apron with the zip off towel is a neat idea!

  398. Brigette says:

    I’ve wanted to sew some new oven mitts, mine are pretty worn out.

  399. funda62 says:

    Absolutely love those scrap busting pot holders! Fun way to spruce up your own kitchen or great thing to take to a house warming. I have a friend who is going to love the market tote. Thanks so much for a great series.

  400. Mina says:

    That zippered apron is a good idea

  401. Roberta says:

    Love all of these books but the Sew Wild, Inspired to Sew and Sewing with Oilcloth are my favorites. Thanks for the link for the pretty kitchen towels as well…so easy and great idea for using up all my scraps and everyone needs kitchen towels.

  402. Melissa says:

    Hi! Love the casserole carrier. May have to be my next project. :-)

  403. Renee says:

    These are great ideas. I have been thinking of trying to get my 11yr old daughter to start sewing by making pot holders, and that’s a wonderful, easy tutorial.
    I love the apron idea, too. I think I might alter it to be a utility pocket type thing, with the zippered towel, rather than an apron, but still an awesome idea.

  404. HeartOSunshine says:

    I love the Doodle Stitching tote! This might be just the project I need to try embroidery!

  405. Meg says:

    I love the ruffled towels!

  406. Sydney says:

    These are so good! I keep meaning to make some pot holders…

  407. Shawna says:

    The hand towel apron is such a cute idea!

  408. Natalija says:

    That apron is very clever.

  409. Deanne Johnson says:

    Great ideas for the cooks in my family.

  410. Susan says:

    I could use a book for a little inspiration!

  411. MC says:

    Those are some great ideas!

  412. Yes please! That infused sugar looks awesome. I don’t think I’ve bookmarked any of your “Mix It”s yet this year but I definitely am saving that one.

  413. Hannah says:

    ooh, that infused sugar sounds delicious!

  414. Crystal says:

    Casserole Carrier, here I come!

  415. Rebekah says:

    The vegetable tote bag is adorable! Thanks for the PDF.

  416. Eve says:

    Oooooh, I hope I win one of these books! They all look so great.

  417. Carol says:

    Stop! My Bookmark Folder is overflowing with great ideas. Thanks for the inspiration to create!

  418. Holly says:

    The bag of the day is over-the-top cute!

  419. Alex Davis says:

    I need to make some of those oven mits–and I need to win Sewing With Oilcloth!

  420. Rebekah says:

    Thanks for the fun ideas!

  421. Ooh I would love to make some oven mitts for my foodie brother out of some manly fabrics (he’s a hunter too, so maybe something foresty that I would normally not choose!)

  422. Kate says:

    If anyone is looking for a great gift, Sew Wild is awesome. I ordered it before it came out, and the waiting was awful. But when it finally came, it did not disappoint.

  423. Lisa Zap says:

    The pot holders are a great idea to get through my stash! The infused sugar piques my interest as well.

  424. ste says:

    I love those oven mitts and the pot holders.

  425. Carolyn says:

    Citrus infused sugar sounds so interesting! Also, that mushroom towel is super cute.

  426. Jess says:

    Super cute! I might have to make the casserole carrier for my sister!

  427. Christina says:

    Goodness! Those mushrooms towels are fab.

  428. Kim says:

    That zippered apron is so cool! I love that idea!!!!!!

  429. Steph G. says:

    Love that apron! What a great idea!

  430. Mrs. Not the Jet Set says:

    I need to make some Scrap Busting Pot Holders!

  431. Beth says:

    Love the apron! Great ideas, all – and great prizes, especially the Sew Wild book!

  432. Lorri says:

    The casserole carrier is such a neat idea!

  433. Anya says:

    The casserole carrier is great – it would be fun to do in whimsical fabric!

  434. Theresa F says:

    I think I would like to make nearly everything on today’s tutorial list! Just have three Christmas dresses to finish first……

  435. Beth Thorson says:

    I love that apron!

  436. Jess says:

    As usual – many wonderful tutorials! Thanks so much for sharing all these great ideas and thanks for the giveaway.

  437. Amy says:

    That handtowel apron is so cool! Love the handtowel with the ruffles :-)

  438. Rachel says:

    That kitchen towel is lovely! Great collection today – great gift ideas!

  439. Becky says:

    Love the idea of the zippered towel apron!

  440. Laura says:

    I’ll definitely be making some pot holders for stocking-stuffers this year.

  441. Sherly says:

    so many wonderful ideas!

  442. Fabienne says:

    Lovely ideas!

  443. Carla says:

    LIKE THE APRON!

  444. Maile says:

    Love the kitchen ideas!

  445. jen says:

    thanks! I was just thinking last night I should make sister in law a casserole carrier for a Christmas gift to go with the casserole dishes she wants :)

  446. Kristin says:

    I really like the idea of that infused sugar; I never thought of doing that!

  447. Marie says:

    Great idea of the scrap busting pot holders!

  448. Anne Marie says:

    Great projects – love them all.

  449. Jennifer says:

    I love the casserole carrier. It would be a great gift for a new mom, along with the meal to go with it, of course!

  450. Heather says:

    I have just the baker in mind!

  451. Melissa says:

    Those infused sugars are so cool! What a pretty gift to give (or get)!

  452. Ellen M. says:

    Love the zip off hand towel apron – practical and cute!

  453. Thanks for all the great ideas! I love the organization this year!

  454. beverly says:

    I love that casserole carrier. I definitely know someone that could get this for Christmas!!
    Thanks!

  455. Cecelia says:

    Great posts! They’re giving me lots of good ideas!

  456. Michelle B says:

    That apron/towel is so clever!

  457. Emily says:

    That apron with the hand towel is such a clever idea!

  458. Trina says:

    Fantastic ideas!

  459. ElaineD says:

    I love the ruffled kitchen towel – must make some for my kitchen!

  460. I love all the kitchen goodies, great inspiration for gift!

  461. Anna McD says:

    I’m going to try several of these…..starting with infused sugar…yummy

  462. nrnoodle says:

    Another great day of inspiring ideas. I love the scrap busting pot holders.

  463. Margaret says:

    Apron with a zipper-Ingenious!!

  464. Melonie says:

    Well , it comes to something when dishcloths are more stylish and fancy than ant of my clothes! The frills will be perfect to encourage little girls to help with the dishes!

  465. Molly Martin says:

    Sugar! Yummy!

  466. Linda says:

    That “Sewing with Oilcloth” book looks really enticing. Thank you again for this chance to win.

  467. adriane says:

    I’ve been meaning to make a pot holder that I actually like, maybe it’s time now! Thanks for the wonderful inspiration!

  468. cheri says:

    I have run out of new things to say! I love it all!

  469. Stacey says:

    Every time I see Sewing with Oilcloth I wonder what I could make with it. Thanks for the daily inspiration!

  470. Stacy says:

    Love the oven mitt.

  471. Michelle says:

    Can’t wait to make a casserole carrier. Love all of your ideas. Thanks!

  472. Steph says:

    Love the scrappy pot holders. I’ll be making some of those for myself!

  473. Carolyn says:

    I am loving the bag a day posts. Thank you so much.

  474. Addy says:

    I’d love to make the casserole carrier and some hot pads!

  475. Mare says:

    The potholders are fantastic! I have tons of scraps laying around. Thanks for another project to use them up.

  476. Amy S says:

    I completely LOVE this post! I’m totally into cooking and baking and I feel like I need to make all of these!

  477. Sally says:

    Ooooh! I’ve been longing for a copy of Bari J’s “Inspired to Sew!”, It looks…delicious!

  478. LOVE!!

  479. Bobby says:

    This is my kind of post! I am totally making every one of them! I don’t even care if I win a book because this post just made me a winner! Thanks for doing this!!!

  480. lisa says:

    so many great ideas…what’s a girl to do??? keep them coming!!!!!

  481. tmv says:

    In addition to sewing I love to cook!! I am super excited about all of that projects today…especially since one of them is a scrap buster and I’m always looking for ways to use my leftover fabric.

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