Handmade Holidays Nov. 20: BBQ Time

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Do you know someone who barbeques year-round, rain or shine (sleet or snow!)? Perhaps you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, like Tonya, and the BBQ is a happening place right now? These gift ideas are perfect for anyone who loves to grill…

Today’s Guest Curator: Tonya from The Crafty Mummy

Tonya is the voice behind Tonya from The Crafty Mummy. She dabbles in lots of crafts including sewing, quilting, crochet and beading, and loves to create things with her two kids. She has been sharing her projects and tutorials online for over five years now, and spends “way too much time” each morning on social media while she drinks her coffee!

Tonya is already crafting for Christmas with a new Beaded Christmas Angel tutorial. Find her at TheCraftyMummy.com, on Google+ every morning and pinning her favorites on Pinterest.

Make It

BBQ Cover
Keep your cooking space all clean and tidy with this BBQ Cover from Mama Ging.

BBQ Apron
Everyone can use a new BBQ Apron! This version from Sew Can She is great for both men and women.

Manly Tote
The Seasoned Homemaker shows you how to make this Manly Tote, a nice gift bag for BBQ accessories and for every day use.

Make Your Own Outdoor Cushions
The talented team at A Beautiful Mess shows you how to refresh your space and create your own Outdoor Cushions.

Cutlery Wrap
Keep it tidy and organized with the Thrifty Parsonage Living Cutlery Wrap.

BBQ Napkins
Jedi Craft Girl shows you how to make a new set of heavy-duty BBQ Napkins.

Casserole Carrier
Practical and pretty! Make a My 3 Monsters Casserole Carrier for the busy holiday season.

Related tutorials you might enjoy: Gifts for Dads + Grandpas, More Gifts for Dads + Grandpas, Tea Towel Picnic Blanket, Insulated Picnic Tote

Mix It

Bite Sized Gluten-Free Holiday Bark
You can’t go wrong with this Bite Sized Gluten-Free Holiday Bark from Happy Hour Projects.

Chocolate Caramel Pecan Turtle Clusters
Chocolate Caramel Pecan Turtle Clusters from Jamie Cooks it Up are perfect for a special office snack, for the neighborhood holiday party, all wrapped up for the bus driver or mail carrier… Yum!

Print It

BBQ Printables
Tie it all together with BBQ Printables from Catch my Party.

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US Winners Only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous publishing companies that contribute prizes.

Here’s a link to all of our prizes for WEEK THREE!

Kitchen Stitches: Sewing Projects to Spice Up Your Home
(US + Canada shipping, eBooks to international winners.)

Authors: Martingale Authors
Publisher: Martingale

Brighten your kitchen and dining area with delightful projects from a host of talented designers. For sewists of all skill levels, this value-packed volume offers an extraordinary variety of styles, including quilted, appliquéd, and embroidered designs.

  • Discover 17 distinctive designs from Natalie Barnes, Lindsay Conner, Melissa Corry, Jenifer Dick, Amy Ellis, Linda Turner Griepentrog, Kim Niedzwiecki, Kari Ramsay, Missy Shepler, Rebecca Silbaugh, Amy Struckmeyer, Heather Valentine and Jackie White.
  • Create everything from aprons to table runners, towel sets, casserole covers, place mats and more.
  • Make the perfect project for bridal showers, housewarmings and hostess gifts.

Best of Stitch: Beautiful Bedrooms
(US-only shipping, no P.O. boxes.)

Author: From the Editors of Stitch Magazine
Publisher: Interweave/F+W

Stitch readers can’t get enough of pillows and other home décor accessories. Perhaps it’s because home décor items are among the most accessible of sewing projects: quick to make, no fitting required and fun to show off. And what better place to use and showcase these items than where you lay your head? Best of Stitch: Beautiful Bedrooms will bring together a colorful, sensory feast of favorite and fresh projects that are easy on the eye and just a little bit sultry. Readers will learn new skills and find creative ways to make their sleeping quarters a showplace for handmade items. The book will include 5 new and 15 repurposed magazine projects as well as sidebars and tip boxes on specific techniques that are used in the projects, offering tips and troubleshooting advice for construction, hand stitching, working with fabrics and embellishing. A “Sewing Basics” reference section at the back of the book covers sewing skills necessary for creating all projects.

Artfully Embroidered
(US-only shipping, no P.O. boxes.)

Author: Naoko Shimoda
Publisher: Interweave/F+W

Artfully Embroidered reinvents vintage embroidery through a modern aesthetic. Traditional Japanese and western motifs are made new with color and embellishment, and 25 hand embroidered patterns demonstrate the beauty of the traditional designs while keeping the projects fresh and modern-looking for today’s sewists.

Step-by-step instructions and templates allow readers to create lovely sewn or embroidered projects or use the embroidery motifs on their own designs.

Projects include a variety of handbags, totes, coin purses, compacts, as well as book and tablet covers. In addition, there are visual examples of embroidery used as embellishment on clothing and linens. Also included are pattern inserts for selected projects.

(US-only shipping.)

Author: Merrilee Liddiard
Publisher: STC Craft

Perfect for after school or a rainy Sunday, Playful is a charming collection of 26 unique, modern projects for adults to make with and for young children. Divided into five categories—Playful Dress Up, Playful Toys, Playful Paper Crafts, Playful Repurposing and Playful Art—the low-skill, high-style, low-cost projects include a tiger piñata, a parade of paper puppets and a dollhouse made out of cardboard and bright duct tape. Sweet and straightforward, this enchant­ing book is sure to inspire many happy, colorful hours of making—and make-believe—among adults and the children they love.

How to Catch a Frog: And Other Stories of Family, Love, Dysfunction, Survival, and DIY
(US-only shipping.)

Author: Heather Ross
Publisher: STC Craft

Much of Heather Ross’s creative work has been inspired by her being born into an eccentric family of artists and idealists in a rural corner of Vermont during the 1970s. According to Heather, that environment was defined by stunning natural beauty, creative and innovative living, and daily lessons in self-reliance. It also included equal parts of general dysfunction, a self-imposed but nearly inescapable poverty, and little exposure to basic life skills.

When, as a twenty-something, Heather complained to her mother about a long list of things she had missed out on and that had compromised her chance of ever leading a “normal” life (immunizations, a healthy respect for authority), her mother waved a hand and replied, “Well, you should thank me, because you have a lot of good stories instead.” How to Catch a Frog is a collection of those stories, plus others that show Ross’s eventual route to success as an artist, entrepreneur, and mother, all animated by Ross’s delightful illustrations and how-to instructions.

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Don’t miss our Handmade Holidays photo pool, and check out our 2013 Handmade Holidays list for more fun, creative ideas.

Other ideas from our 8th Annual Handmade Holidays series:

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234 Responses to Handmade Holidays Nov. 20: BBQ Time

  1. LonnieMoo in CA says:

    Yes love the casserole carrier!! thanks for giving a chance again to win one of those awesome books.

  2. Stacy in PA says:

    Love the casserole carrier. Thanks for sharing!

  3. BJ Marley in SC says:

    The casserole carrier would be excellent.

  4. Georgia says:

    Cute flag printable!

  5. Andrea McColeman says:

    Awesome ideas for guys. Love the bbq cover. SO much more fun than store bought black plastic!
    Andrea from Nevada

  6. Donna in TX says:

    That casserole cover and an apron would make a great shower gift! Thanks for the ideas.

  7. Emme in PDX says:

    Been needing a cassarole carrier for EVER.

  8. sarah in nd says:

    omg those turtle clusters look amazing!

  9. Morgan D. says:

    Those BBQ napkins are so cute!

  10. Julia S in Wa says:

    I like the idea of a manly tote.

  11. Julia D in WA says:

    Great ideas!

  12. Silvia says:

    Great projects! The Casserole Carrier is really practical 🙂 Thank you!

  13. jen says:

    wow, now that’s a bbg cover!

  14. Persia in il says:

    Ooh the holiday bark I might need to make,

  15. Audrey says:

    Lots of great ideas. That casserole carrier has catch my eye.

  16. I also love the idea for a casserole carrier – so cute and so very useful. Could give it with a casserole dish (and recipes) inside for a really great package!

  17. Judy in OR says:

    Love the heavy-duty barbecue napkins. We do not have a covered barbecue so we don’t grill all year round.

  18. Debbi in CO says:

    I love the BBQ cover info! Will have to take a look at that more closely.

  19. Every year I have a casserole carrier on my to do list. Maybe this is the year I make it!

  20. Mhairi (Aust) says:

    Love the apron and the cutlery wrap. Great ideas again, thanks.

  21. Amanda at APO says:

    A few things here to save for spring…Father’s Day is always difficult.

  22. I should try the holiday bark. The casserole carrier would be helpful at times. The cutlery wraps I like too. And the manly tote might be a good present for someone I know. Thanks for sharing.

  23. Becky K in Ohio says:

    Love the casserole carrier! Thanks!

  24. Annette TX says:

    Great list of tutoials!

  25. Lynda Taylor says:

    I think the napkins are very cute but the casserole cover would also be quite useful.

  26. Nan in WV says:

    Gotta make the BBQ cover for DH

  27. Laurie in CO says:

    Wow- that casserole carrier really would be useful especially at this time of year.

  28. Cristine in tx says:

    that Christmas bark looks delicious!

  29. Elise in GA says:

    Love these!

  30. Kristin in DC says:

    I want to try both of those recipes right now! YUM

  31. Maria J. from Texas says:

    Great books on the giveaway. Great handmade gifts too!

  32. Logan in PA says:

    Adorable and gluten free treats perfect for my GF friends for the holidays! Thanks.

  33. Jodie in NJ says:

    Great ideas! Quite a few I want to try!

  34. Elizabeth in IL says:

    I love the casserole carrier!

  35. Anna in OH says:

    I like the bbq cover. Bet it won’t fall apart as easily as the store bought ones.

  36. Love the BBQ cover…I would never have thought of that!

  37. Antoinette says:

    The Manly Tote is quite…. Manly! ????

  38. Beth says:

    My porch could use those outdoor cushions to brighten it up!

  39. Maybe it’s time to make some more aprons.

  40. ruby t says:

    A gift making bonanza here, but I spied the Bite Sized Gluten-Free Holiday Bark and I was a goner!
    A new apron for working in my art studio is in order as so totes like the one on the cover of Kitchen Stitches looks good.
    ruby t in NM

  41. I want to make that manly tote.
    So funny, I just made white chocolate stars with cranberries today…

  42. Mandy in CA says:

    The cutlery wrap is such a clever idea.

  43. Janet K says:

    Everytime I see a casserole cover with handles, I think “I should make one of those!” Maybe I should make one this time for sure…

  44. Katie (Australia) says:

    Mum always brings her hot pot wrapped in tea towels…..I think I’ve just found the perfect gift for her. Thanks

  45. Heather in VT says:

    The napkins are so clever, great ideas for hard to make for people.

  46. Oh some great ideas!!

  47. SamRI says:

    Fun ideas!

  48. EmSewCrazy in MT says:

    Some fun projects and delicious snacks in this one!
    That Artfully Embroidered draws my eye every time! Thanks for lovely giveaways!

  49. Patty says:

    I love that casserole carrier.

  50. kim s (SC) says:

    The napkins are super fun.

  51. Cindy in ND says:

    Sitting here shivering and wishing it was barbecue season all over again. cdahlgren at live dot com

  52. Faith says:

    What great ideas! And the books are thrilling! I can’t wait to hunt down “Artfully Embroidered” and “Playful” – they look fabulous!

  53. Cinnamon in OR says:

    Need to make that bbq cover now! You know, because it’s raining… Thanks for the links.

  54. Java Jane NC says:

    The BBQ fabric used on the napkins is adorable. Excellent choice.

  55. brie says:

    I remember making Turtles as a little girl with my grandma! Brie from FL

  56. Eleanor in NC says:

    Ooh, I need to make that casserole carrier!

  57. carolee c. says:

    What great Ideas as always! Thanks for the chance to win!

  58. Adina says:

    Cushions! That’s something I have in mind. 🙂

  59. Jansie in TX says:

    We BBQ a LOT here in TX! And I have been looking for an outside cushion tutorial. Thank you so much.

  60. Celia says:

    Love the casserole carrier, they are super useful. And we really need a grill cover!

  61. Cindi in GA says:

    Love the casserole carrier… just in time for Thanksgiving.

  62. Kirsteen in MA says:

    Love the gluten free treats!

  63. Holly W says:

    The turtles look so yummy, but I need that casserole carrier myself!

  64. Jen K says:

    That holiday bark looks really good.

  65. The outdoor pillows are a great idea! And the casserole carrier is a winner.

  66. Angie in LA says:

    Aprons and casserole carrier – yes! Now if only there was something I could make that would get my guy to clean the tools too

  67. Sherri in ma says:

    Everything looks great! Love the turtles recipe!

  68. Lori Kay in Massachusetts says:

    Great ideas – my husband loves to grill! Thanks for the giveaways too.

  69. Diana from OR says:

    I’ve been meaning to make a casserole carrier for awhile now, perhaps this is the tutorial I’ve been waiting for.

  70. Michelle M says:

    I’ve always wanted to make a casserole carrier but have not got around to it. I guess I should just get er done!

  71. Jane says:

    I love those BBQ napkins and that Holiday Bark looks fantastic. Both are on my list, thanks!

  72. Bobby says:

    I have always wanted a casserole holder and i love the utensil holder too.

  73. I am one of those bbq people in fact next week when most people are working the ovens I will be manning the grill instead. no inside turkey for this turkey ; )

  74. Janie in Illinois says:

    Great selection. Thanks for the giveaways.

  75. Kim in WI says:

    OH my,,,,that Heather Ross book looks like a great read!!!….the turtle candies look good too ! lol

  76. Glenda in Florida says:

    We BBQ almost year round here in FL–except sometimes it is too hot to be outside in the summer. I think I’ll hint for my little brother to make me a batch of those turtles. He is the caramel maker in the family.

  77. Beth in NC says:

    I love the printables.

  78. Beth in VA says:

    Chocolate caramel pecan clusters – oh heaven!

  79. Leslie in CT says:

    Love sewing for the home! Thanks for giving me some more great ideas!
    Happy Thanksgiving & Merry Christmas!

  80. Kristen in CT says:

    Great napkins

  81. Ellee in CA says:

    Gotta get started making Manly Totes for the men in my family.

  82. Prachi in WA says:

    The casserole carrier looks like a fun project !

  83. cynthia says:

    turtle clusters, yum!

  84. Anne Marie says:

    These are all such great ideasa – thanks for sharing.

  85. My husband really needs that BBQ cover- thanks for the link!

  86. Doris M in AL says:

    Love the apron.

  87. Mrs. C in TN says:

    Casserole carriers… Yes! Excellent!

  88. LynneinNC says:

    Love the casserole cover, the aprons and the printables for the BBQ are neat. Another day of great ideas. Thanks you!

  89. Charlotte in GA says:

    Great ideas! Those turtles look amazing!!

  90. Jolien says:

    As much as I like barbecueing, this ain’t for me. I love simple barbecues and focus on the food instead of sewing for those few times a year…

    Love the prizes though.

  91. Kay says:

    Love the napkins! They are so cute!

    Kay in the midwest

  92. Natalija says:

    My husband just got a new grill this summer. Great idea about the cover!

  93. Lee in MI says:

    meant to put my MI on !

  94. Lee says:

    I love the cute napkins!!

  95. Joan says:

    My BBQ grill needs a new cover

  96. Thank you for sharing all these great ideas and links. It is always a treat to come and get inspired. Thanks for the chance to win as well.

  97. Dita in WA says:

    Oh I LOVE barbecue!!! This has given me a great idea, I just might as well ask for barbecue ribs for Christmas 🙂

  98. Beezus says:

    i like the gluten free treats!

  99. Jenn (FPO) says:

    The napkins are great!

  100. Samantha in CA says:

    I like the casserole cover and the cutlery wrap. Thanks.

  101. Mama Lusco says:

    I really like the casserole cover. Thanks for the ideas!

  102. Carol W says:

    I think the Holiday Bark looks very yummy!

  103. Lindsay in Iowa says:

    I should sew my dad a grill cover! He would love that!!

  104. Fun gift ideas.

  105. Judy in illinois says:

    Sorry, That’s “Judy in illinois”.

  106. Judy says:

    I wonder which fabric I’d use for my bread tote…..

  107. Katie in CA says:

    Wow, great idea with the BBQ cover! Might be the gift that my dad and father in law get this year!!

  108. Jill in California says:

    Yes, please to the bbq cover!

  109. Barbara P in OR says:

    such fun BBQ themed ideas.

  110. Brooke in NY says:

    great little BBQ aprons!!!

  111. Julie in Canada says:

    More fantastic ideas! Thank you to all the curators!

  112. Donna in VA says:

    The BBQ aprons would be great year-round!

  113. Veronika in GA says:

    Ooh I need a casserole carrier! Must make that!!

  114. Beth in Michigan says:

    I love the casserole carrier! It would make a great gift.

  115. Heather in CA says:

    I love the cassarole cover!

  116. Kathy h in Pa. says:

    Great ideas. I need a new barbecue cover, didn’t think of making my own.

  117. Kat Hosking (Australia) says:

    BBQ! So good for the Aussies!

  118. Greta in WI says:

    Another day of wonderful ideas.

  119. Donna in NC says:

    So many wonderful books – love seeing all the new projects every day in November. Thanks for posting all the great ideas.

  120. Sandy in WA says:

    That party bark looks delish, and so pretty in the star molds.

  121. Nancy McKenzie says:

    I want that kitchen book! These are great projects, but look at that cover! I’m off to check it out.

  122. Diane says:

    Mama Ging–thank you for the BBQ Cover Tutorial. Our patio needs one in a certain NFL team:)
    Definitely for my man.
    The BBQ Apron is fantastic. I was debating making one each for the men in my family, now I know for certain I will use this pattern for ’em. Thank you to Sew Can She:)
    This Tour is just great! Thank you all for the Handmade Holidays inspiration. I’m so glad I found ya’ll in 2014. Looking back at 2013 there were equally as many super and fab tutorials.

    Diane in VA

  123. Whitner in AL says:

    Heather Rosses book has been on my wish list for a while!

  124. Cathie says:

    My husband will be getting a new BBQ cover for sure. Great ideas.

  125. Emilyplays in WA says:

    The star shaped holiday bark is perfect!

  126. Mandi in CO says:

    Grill cover – great idea!
    And, a cutlery wrap for our camping utensils has been on my to-make list for a long time!

  127. Vicki says:

    Now I want some BBQ! Those turtles look devine.

  128. Afton in NM says:

    Looks like you thought of everything so I don’t have to.

  129. Joyce Mitchell says:

    Great gift ideas. Thanks, Joyce from NC.

  130. I love those aprons! (Canada)

  131. Oh my the holiday bark looks delicious.

  132. jmj in the usa says:

    Oh how fun, and some holiday bark too!!!

  133. Joanna in Canada says:

    The BBQ napkins would be SO perfect for my boyfriend!

  134. Bridget says:

    YES!!! BBQ items! and I LOVE the napkins. Those are darling!!

  135. Natalie in OH says:

    I’ve made the Manly Tote as a gift… really liked it!

  136. Morgan in NY says:

    I keep meaning to make a casserole carrier. One more reminder!

  137. Delia from VA says:

    The holiday bark looks yummy!

  138. sangeetha in OH says:

    Love that manly tote – totally making a womanly version too…

  139. Rachel in CA says:

    Love that casserole carrier!

  140. Patti McGarry in PA says:

    Our family loves to BBQ, these will make fantastic gifts! Thanks for the inspiration!

  141. Margo in MD says:

    Oh, yes! I definitely know year-round BBQ-ers! I have an eye on that casserole carrier and the aprons.

  142. Lori In Ohio says:

    LOVE the Grill Cover!! What an Awesome idea!! Pretty too!!! Also the Casserole Taker is cool!!

  143. Susie says:

    I love the cutlery wrap! What a simple, but so useful idea!

  144. Cindy Pilkington says:

    These are all great ideas! Thanks for the chance to win! Cindy in Florida

  145. Nicole in FL says:

    the artfully embroidered book looks positively divine!

  146. Mary H in CO says:

    I’d love to read Heather Ross’ book!

  147. Lisa Marie in KY says:

    Yum, I’ve got to make Chocolate Caramel Pecan Turtle Clusters.

  148. Ramona from MI says:

    I love the barbecue cover. So much cuter than the ugly ones sold.

  149. Heidi Anderson says:

    Love the tote. Nice idea. Thanks!

  150. Mary Ann in SC says:

    The BBQ cover is a fun idea.

  151. cons says:

    Great ideas for BBQ fun! Thanks!

  152. Jan c. In La. says:

    Cute projects, tonya. Thanks a bunch.

  153. Jenn H says:

    My guy needs a manly tote, and I need a new cutlery wrap.

  154. DebbieKL in NY says:

    The BBQ cover is way more stylish than store bought!

  155. Jennifer N. in CA says:

    I’ve been looking for a good casserole carrier. Don’t think I’ll have time to stitch one up before Saturday, but maybe if I’m lucky … Thanks for sharing all the great ideas.

  156. Carol N. says:

    Great projects today. I love the casserole tote – it would make a great hospitality gift!

  157. amber says:

    LOve the aprons!

  158. Rachel in IL says:

    Fun! Love the utensil wrapper, I’m filing that away for a picnic basket themed wedding gift. 😀

  159. Whitney M in SC says:

    that casserole carrier would be a great gift – could even include a homemade casserole!

  160. Dawn Jones says:

    I love the casserole carrier, I really need to make some of these. I live in Indiana, I don’t know if that matters, but I noticed most of the winners had where they lived. Have an awesome day!

  161. Cassie says:

    Those turtles look so good!

  162. Wendy in OR says:

    Another great collection of gift ideas! Thanks!

  163. Marilyn in WA says:

    Love the casserole carrier

  164. Allyson in OH says:

    Great ideas!

  165. Kati in FL says:

    I’ve made a casserole carrier before for Christmas gifts. Very well received. 🙂

  166. Chiska in wy says:

    I like that cover!

  167. Enerle says:

    Thats some wonderful ideas for my husband

  168. Heidi in SD says:

    I always love a good apron!

  169. Amanda Gee says:

    so many amazing things that I want to make! especially the bark! yum!

  170. Shannon P says:

    mmm the turtles look reallly good!

  171. Liesel in KS says:

    The BBQ cover is a great idea!

  172. Amanda in TX says:

    What great ideas! Love the outdoor pillows!

  173. Melissa Wilde in NM says:

    I would love the Heather Ross book!

  174. Jackie F says:

    A casserole carrier is just the thing I need!

  175. Kristie in wa says:

    More great ideas and prizes. I could definitely use a new BBQ cover. I never considered making one. What a fun way to add some color to the deck. Thanks!

  176. Wendy in OR says:

    The manly tote is a nice intro to making bags.

  177. Jessie from NM says:

    Wow, today could be all about my husband, but the giveaways could all be for me!

  178. eric in us says:

    Those star bark bites are fun.

  179. Carmen N says:

    We could use a cover for our grill – ASAP. Thanks for the wonderful ideas!

  180. Katherine in Canada says:

    Definitely need to make some outdoor cushions for next year.

  181. those gluten free bites look yummy!

  182. Stacy S. says:

    I need to make the BBQ napkins!

  183. Cassandra in Ohio says:

    The casserole carrier would be especially useful this time of year.

  184. beth in nc says:

    Gluten free holiday bark. Yum!

  185. With the 16″ of snow that is outside my window, there’s no BBQ-ing going on around here and nothing in the near future. But these items can still be put to good use! Thank you for all of your ideas. Esp. the bark and the chocolate pecan caramel clusters… There’s never a bad time for those!

  186. Deanne in NC says:

    Like the tote bag pattern.

  187. Alison in MD says:

    I’m in an apartment, so no grilling for me! The casserole carrier is a good idea.

  188. Debbie says:

    These projects have me thinking of summer!

  189. teresa says:

    definitely making those chocolate pecan caramel clusters to give as gifts
    : )

  190. Molly in TN says:

    Love the pillow covers! I am in need of those.

  191. Cheryl says:

    I do indeed know friends who bbq year round!

  192. Sara in MA says:

    Love that casserole carrier!

  193. Robin E. in AZ says:

    Hubby does need a grill cover… Thanks for the great tutorial!

  194. Vicki says:

    Love the Pecan turtles recipe – cant get turtles here in the UK – will definitely be making them for all friends and families
    Would love to win any of this weeks goodies – fingers crossed xx

  195. I am just loving all these ideas! Thank you! Sandie in WA

  196. Elizabeth says:

    I like the casserole carrier!

  197. Lucy says:

    Love the apron 🙂

  198. Heather in VA says:

    Love the BBQ napkins. Thanks for the great ideas.

  199. Casserole tote!

  200. Emily says:

    I love the BBQ apron! Thanks for sharing!

  201. Margo in WA says:

    Aprons are always a nice gift!

  202. Lorinda in WA says:

    Cute stuff! I love the Cute BBQ napkins with the pigs on them. Thanks, Tonya, for all the ideas!

  203. Lauren in MN says:

    Can’t wait to make the casserole carrier!

  204. Deidre (Canada) says:

    Thanks for more great ideas (especially the apron!).

  205. Tammy in MI says:

    Fun list of projects!

  206. Carrie in IL says:

    Pinned that Manly-Man Tote Bag tutorial.

  207. Claudia TN says:

    The casserole carrier would come in very handy. Great ideas, as always!

  208. Deb H. in PA says:

    The casserole tote looks like it would come in handy.

  209. Lauren in Florida says:

    Forgot to put my state! Thanks!!

  210. Lauren says:

    The manly tote looks cool! Thanks for more great ideas and book inspiration!!!

  211. Kylie C in OR says:

    I like the manly tote.

  212. Sally in WA says:

    There isn’t a man on my gift list that wouldn’t love something here!

  213. Lesley says:

    Great ideas! I live in Oregon

  214. Sarah J. in OH says:

    I love the BBQ napkins- so clever! Thanks for sharing- those treats look YUMMY!!

  215. Kathy L. in VA says:

    What a great way to make bark!

  216. Erika (CA) says:

    Lots of good ideas. I’m enjoying the series. I’m going to have to check out the kitchen book

  217. Nickkole in nc says:

    Gonna have to make that bbq cover! Ours froze and cracked lol

  218. Manette Gutterman says:

    i always need another casserole carrier! They get used a lot! I’m from KY!

  219. Cinnamom in MN says:

    Artfully embroidered looks amazing, as well as Playful.

  220. Barb B in Canada says:

    I have been looking for a casserole carrier pattern. Thank you for sharing this one.

  221. Michelle Smith in Michigan says:

    It’s too cold here to barbecue, but I will be keeping these ideas handy for the spring/summer time!

    Michelle Smith in Michigan

  222. Jennifer in AL says:

    The aprons are really cute!

  223. Gina S. says:

    Love those pigs!

  224. dangermom says:

    Hm, considering our not-cold winters, BBQ is a pretty good idea…

  225. KristyMN says:

    Very cute ideas!

  226. Sarah in PA says:

    Fun ideas!

  227. SS in NH says:

    Love those outdoor cushions

  228. Sarah N in SD says:

    And now I know what I am making my dad. 🙂 Thanks!

  229. Connie J in CO says:

    Made the casserole carrier last year for Christmas gifts. People loved them! They are a great idea!

  230. Cyndi says:

    I am lucky enough to have a covered grill so I DO get to BBQ year round! Great ideas – thanks for sharing!

  231. Erica says:

    Thank you for this wonderful series! My gift/craft ideas continue to grow 🙂

  232. Jamie B. in NH says:

    The napkins are great!

  233. Catherine in MI says:

    Oh man, those turtle clusters sound incredible!

  234. usairdoll in CA says:

    Great items! Love the napkins and casserole carrier.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

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