Handmade Holidays Nov. 23: Hipster Holidays

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It’s Hipster Holiday time! Here are some fun, trendy ideas for all of your hip, happening friends and relatives (maybe for you too?!)…

Today’s Guest Curator: Lauren from Sew Modern

Lauren Hawley lives in Los Angeles with her TV writer husband, four children, two dogs, a guinea pig and a bearded dragon. In all of her spare time she runs Sew Modern. Lauren blogs about sewing (and cocktails!) at thatswhatshesewed.com. You can find her on Instagram (@sewmodern1 or @sewmodernshop), Twitter, Pinterest, and Sew Modern.

Sew Modern is a hip fabric and sewing haven in Los Angeles featuring the latest designer fabrics, classes for kids and adults, and a longarm quilting machine available for rent! The Sew Modern online store features all the great fabrics they carry in store as well as detailed descriptions of our upcoming classes, complete with material/supply lists. Check out the rockin’ SALE section! They are also proud to carry every color of Robert Kaufman’s Kona cotton solids; 303 beautiful solids just begging to be mixed and matched to your heart’s content!

Make It


Zippered Dopp Kit
You’ve got to keep your mustache wax and beard comb somewhere! Check out the Zippered Dopp Kit from Purl Bee.


Mod Messenger Bag
Cross body bags– like this Mod Messenger Bag from Amy from Diary of a Quilter for Riley Blake Designs— are a staple.


Leather Sunglasses Holder
You can use this Leather Sunglasses Holder for your sunglasses OR for those horn rims you don’t really need but that look too cool NOT to wear.


DIY Skinny Jeans
Grab some vintage boot cuts and turn them into DIY Skinny Jeans, with Homemade Ginger!


Suspenders
Stitch Your Own Suspenders with guidance from the talented team at A Beautiful Mess.


Converse-ation
Fashion Hound shows you how to write something ironic or perhaps some of your poetry on your Converse.


Zipper Card Pouch
Keep all those coffee punch cards in one place, in a new Zipper Card Pouch!

Related tutorials you might enjoy: The Fairly Bucket Bag, Arizona Wallet, Big Stitch Coasters, Drygoods Design Whale, Burly Man Shaving Towels

Mix It


Sesame Salt Pretzels with Brown Beer
Anything made with BEER is de rigeur; these Sesame Salt Pretzels with Brown Beer from Joanna Goddard fit the bill.


Lemon Coffee Salad Dressing
Anything made with coffee is also de rigeur! This Lemon Coffee Salad Dressing from Pham Fatale would make a nice gift, all bottled up.

Print It


Chalkboard Gift Tags
Print Chalkboard Tags from Elli for all of your gifts.


Hipster Mustache Gift Tags
We also had to include these totally hipster Mustache Gift Tags from Graffical Muse!

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.

Mend & Make Fabulous
(US-only shipping, no P.O. boxes.)

Author: Denise Wild
Publisher: Interweave/F+W

Showing how to take classic mending techniques one-step further to add personality and style to your clothes, Mend & Make Fabulous is a uniquely comprehensive resource that combines visual inspiration with practical advice for the fashion-conscious sewer. The ability to repair and restore clothes is priceless and Mend & Make Fabulous provides a comprehensive guide to all the classic mending techniques and then some: holes and tears; ripped or frayed seams; discoloration, stains, or fading; broken snaps and closures; uneven or dropped hems; stretched elastic; torn linings; broken straps; and the like. A simple problem-and-solution format makes it easy to find what you are looking for.

Not only will you learn to darn holes to perfection, this book also shows you how to add some creativity to your mending– fix holes with studs or applique; hide discolorations by dip-dying; mend frayed hems by adding cuffs or trim– that will make clothes even more fabulous than they were the first time around.

Present Perfect
(US-only shipping, no P.O. boxes.)

Author: Betz White
Publisher: Interweave/F+W

From beginning to end, the process of creating handmade gifts is an opportunity to sew with love and craft with intention something to be treasured. It’s a practice near and dear to Present Perfect author Betz White, where she shares a collection of beautifully sewn projects to celebrate all of life’s major milestones.

Whether you’re looking to make a cuddly toy for a new baby or toddler’s birthday, a clever bag for a graduate, special accessories for women or men, or beautiful home items “just because,” you’ll find just the project to inspire your stitching in Present Perfect. Each handmade gift begins with a thoughtful selection of materials just right for the project and the recipient. Throughout Betz also offers hints for using alternative materials and ideas for upcycling. Reusing a favorite fabric with a history, such as outgrown baby clothing, a grandfather’s necktie, or a vintage tablecloth, can add meaning to a truly memorable gift.

How to Knit
(US-only shipping.)

Author: Leslie Ann Bestor
Publisher: Storey Publishing

Learning to knit is fun and easy with Leslie Ann Bestor as your teacher. Her simple, fully illustrated instructions lead you step by step through the basics of knitting, from choosing the right needles and yarn to reading a knitting pattern, casting on, executing knit and purl stitches, binding off and blocking finished projects. You’ll also learn techniques for increasing, decreasing and repairing mistakes. Even if you’ve never held a pair of knitting needles before, this easy-to-follow guide will have you knitting in no time!

Magpies, Homebodies, and Nomads: A Modern Knitter’s Guide to Discovering and Exploring Style
(US-only shipping.)

Author: Cirilia Rose
Publisher: STC Craft

Cirilia Rose is the epitome of the new knitwear designer—young, educated, curious, and excited to share her passion for all ideas knit and purl. Her attitude toward curating her own collection of designs is informed as much by travel, cultural history, and tried-and-true sourcebooks as it is by modern media and technology. In Magpies, Homebodies, and Nomads, Rose takes readers behind the scenes of her design process, showing them how she curates and organizes ideas and translates them into knitwear designs. Through 25 projects that fall into three categories—Magpies (accessories for the small amounts of precious yarns that knitters inevitably collect), Homebodies (garments for time spent close to home), and Nomads (garments to wear when venturing out into the world)—Rose shares her modern aesthetic and invites readers to develop their own.

Becoming a Confident Quilter: Lessons and Techniques Plus 14 Quilt Patterns
(US + Canada shipping, eBooks to international winners.)

Author: Elizabeth Dackson
Publisher: Martingale

In her easygoing style, entertaining blogger Elizabeth Dackson presents a step-by-step primer that makes quilting accessible to all quilters. Sparkling with visual appeal, the projects in this book are ideal for beginners as well as experts who want something fresh and new.

  • Breeze through quiltmaking basics including choosing fabrics and tools, rotary cutting, chain piecing, and pressing.
  • Choose from 14 eye-catching quilt patterns and try strip piecing, work with templates, use large-scale prints, create wonky blocks and more.
  • Get excellent guidance on finishing and caring for a quilt, plus tips for connecting with the quilting community.

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:

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

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217 Responses to Handmade Holidays Nov. 23: Hipster Holidays

  1. Tina in MT says:

    zipper bags are always useful

  2. erika in ma says:

    I need to make a dopp kit for my hubby.

  3. Michelle Smith in Michigan says:

    What great ideas! I’m really looking forward to making the skinny jeans out of a pair of bootcut jeans.

    Michelle Smith in Michigan

  4. Lorinda in WA says:

    Cool Converse!

  5. Stacy in PA says:

    Great ideas! Thanks!

  6. Jolien says:

    Pinning the skinny jeans, thanks for sharing!

  7. Ari in NJ says:

    The converse decorating thing sounds cool!

  8. BJ Marley in SC says:

    The messenger bag would be a hit.

  9. Georgia says:

    I need to try the skinny jeans!!

  10. Faith says:

    Make your own suspenders! I love it. “Present Perfect” looks really intriguing!

  11. sangeetha in ohio says:

    I have a bunch of boot cuts time to convert

  12. Shannon in WA says:

    Umm, pretzels look good!

  13. Anna (64colorbox) in FL says:

    I think I need to make suspenders.

  14. Judi B in VA says:

    Cute mustache gift tags!

  15. Kristin in DC says:

    Yum those foods look great!

  16. Cinnamom in MN says:

    I love the chalkboard gift tags

  17. jessicac says:

    Lemon coffee salad dressing? I’m in!

  18. Frances Quigley f/ Texas. says:

    I like all ideas. But really like the one with writing on converse. Teens will like this a lot. My granddaughter will just go nuts with this. Thank you for chance to win.

  19. Heather in VT says:

    Super fun projects today, zippered card pouch for coffee cards… funny!

  20. deborah in az says:

    oh my! awesome ideas here. i am trying to figure out what lemon coffee salad dressing would taste like. i think i need to try that for sure, sounds very intriguing. thank you!

  21. Donna in TX says:

    Have to try the skinny jeans and pretzels!

  22. Carol N. says:

    Hipsters rejoice. Great ideas. Love the card pouch and will most certainly try the lemon coffee salad dressing.

  23. Cinnamon in OR says:

    Oh hipsters. I can thank you for making what I’ve always done, re-cycling, upcycling, mending etc, cool. 😛

  24. sarah in nd says:

    these are all great!!

  25. Michelle says:

    Coffee in salad dressing is just brilliant!!

  26. Jansie in TX says:

    I have to have that Zipper Card Pouch. Wow!

  27. Anna in OH says:

    Beer pretzels have to be good!

  28. lauren says:

    You so totally rock, JJ!

  29. lauren says:

    Hi Diane! Nice to meet you too. I’m so happy you like the links—it was my first time curating for SMS so that means a lot. Thanks for taking the time to comment!

  30. alice in TN says:

    love all the great ideas and the chance to win a book.
    *note to self* must try the pretzel recipe would be perfect to have for the football game on Thursday

  31. Some fun ideas – I can see the card pouch being useful.

  32. Rachel B says:

    I love the Converse-ation.

  33. Molly in TN says:

    I love the DIY skinny jeans! I’m doing it today 🙂

  34. Glenda in Florida says:

    I can always use new little zipper bags–thanks for the new choices.

  35. Erica in MA says:

    Love those gift tags!

  36. ruby t says:

    The recipes look so good…will be trying those for sure…. The gentleman in his tie and suspenders is very handsome…need more bags..messenger for sure.

  37. kriston lion in wa says:

    absolutely adore the idea or skinnifying a pair of jeans!

  38. I love all of these ideas. And the books… thank you for the chance.

  39. Beer pretzels… Mmmmm ok

  40. Deanne in NC says:

    Great ideas and wonderful recipes, particularly the salad dressing.

  41. Michelle says:

    Great giveaway! I love the zipper card pouch. It will definitely go on my to make list.

  42. Susie from WI says:

    What a great list of unusual and cool projects! The suspenders would be fun to make! Very curious too about the mend and make fabulous book, the nomad knitting book, …honestly all the books!!

  43. Whitner in AL says:

    Skinny jeans I can make at home? That might be the BEST TUTORIAL EVER.

  44. Morgan in NY says:

    I love cross body bags as a mom of little (running) rascals. Does that make me a hipster? hehehe

  45. Judy in OR says:

    I love the chalkboard gift tags.

  46. Dita in WA says:

    I’ve been brainstorming for a gift for my father-in-law, and that zippered Dopp kit is just perfect!

  47. Carrie in WA says:

    Neat shoes and zippered pouches!

  48. Bobby says:

    I might just have to print off those mustache ones. :0)

  49. Lisamarie says:

    i really like the zippered pouch! lots of fun ideas!

  50. Emme says:

    Love the gift tags!
    Dying for Cirilia Rose’s New book!

  51. Liz in WA says:

    Hee, sew your own suspenders! I may have to do this myself. =)

  52. That lemon coffe dressing sounds delicious!!

  53. kim t. in wa says:

    mmmm. pretzels.

  54. lee in MI says:

    I love the messenger bag and am going to make the pretzels! tks!

  55. Janice In IL says:

    Sesame salt pretzels look yummy!

  56. EmSewCrazy in MT says:

    Fun Fun! Thanks again!

  57. Becky K in Ohio says:

    Thanks for the great projects!

  58. julie in Canada says:

    Love the bag! I love the suspenders too!

  59. Linda in VA says:

    Would love some gift ideas to sew for Christmas.

  60. Jenn H says:

    mustache gift tags are the best!

  61. Beth in VA says:

    Love homemade pretzels!

  62. Jeannine says:

    Lauren always has creative/ hip ideas!

  63. Mandi in CO says:

    great ideas – I like the sunglass case

  64. Morgan D. says:

    I love all of the tutorials today- thank you!

  65. Bridget says:

    Oh my goodness, suspenders and Dopp kit- love it!! I also need to make those pretzels. They look amazing!

  66. Carmen in WI says:

    Love the Zippered Dopp Kit

  67. I think I need to make some suspenders now…

  68. Laura in FL says:

    My husband would appreciate the Dopp kit. And probably the sesame beer pretzels too. 🙂

  69. Ioleen says:

    I have some leftover Chalkboard fabric that I had no idea what to use it for – now I do. I could make xmas tags and would print the name with coloured chalk. Thanks for the idea.

  70. Julianne in VA says:

    I love the skinny leg jean plans!

  71. Lorrie says:

    What a great category. Love the card wallet.

  72. Emma in AL says:

    Oh man, soft pretzels. One of my many weaknesses.

  73. Bridget Rose in Ohio says:

    Love the pretzels! Would be great to premix in a jar and give as a gift.

  74. DIY skinny jeans?! I’ll be trying that out.

  75. Barb B in Canada says:

    That is a wonderful collection of hip ideas..

  76. Julia S in Wa says:

    Love the guy friendly Dopp kit and card pouch.

  77. Margo in WA says:

    I love the card pouch!

  78. Annette TX says:

    great ideas!

  79. Such fun and inspirational ideas!

  80. Gina S. says:

    We need to start this in July so i have enough time to do all these!

  81. Julia D in WA says:

    Oh, how I wish the men in my life would wear suspenders! <3

  82. Sharon in AZ says:

    I think I will give the suspenders a try.

  83. Mary Ann in SC says:

    My son needs suspenders!

  84. jayne - Tennessee says:

    Great projects! My list is getting longer and longer every day! Thank you!

  85. Diane B says:

    Lauren, It’s wonderful to meet you. I’m really loving all your “Sew Liberated” patterns so I’ll be shopping!
    Thanks for all the links, really love the Skinny Jeans tute and Lemon Coffee salad dressing. What a cool combo:)
    diane in VA

  86. Kim in WI says:

    Bags and pouches always make great gifts,,,,Love the zippy pouch and my daughter will want that hipster bag!! Thanx for the great ideas 🙂

  87. Robin in IN says:

    I love the messenger bag!

  88. cynthia says:

    great ideas! I’m pulling out those never worn jeans for a make over!

  89. Nan in WVa says:

    Gotta make those jeans!

  90. Prachi in WA says:

    The lemon coffee dressing sounds very interesting. Bookmarked to try out this coming weekend.

  91. Joan says:

    Got to give those pretzels a try!

  92. Natalija says:

    Those pretzels look yummy!

  93. Alison in MD says:

    Lemon coffee dressing? Whoa.

  94. Anna in NZ says:

    Pretzels!!

  95. Janelle ThietjeDunn says:

    Quick little projects are fun.

  96. Beth T. in OR says:

    Are you kidding me? Handmade suspenders? You just made my Christmas!

  97. Love the suspenders!

  98. Alicia in CA says:

    Great ideas . Would love to win the becoming a confidant quilter book.

  99. Andrea in WA says:

    Love the zipper pouch!

  100. Lisa Ann says:

    Great gift ideas for all the twenty somethings! Loving all the Handmade Holiday Ideas
    Thanks for all of the great giveaways. I’ve been eyeing that Present Perfect Book.
    Lisa in California

  101. Ellee in CA says:

    That Mod Messenger Bag is calling out to me. I really like crossbody bags and that one looks super!

  102. Sandy in WA says:

    The zipper card pouch would be great to give with a gift card.

  103. Fun ideas! I like the zippered card case.

  104. Brooke in NY says:

    Great alteration pattern for converting bootlegs to skinnies!

  105. Wendy in VA says:

    Great ideas!

  106. Linda Fleming says:

    The DIY Skinny jeans sounds interesting. Love the Mod Messenger bag.

  107. Vicki says:

    Those pretzels looks so good!

  108. Amanda in TX says:

    Fun ideas! 🙂

  109. Marilyn in WA says:

    Love the tutorial for turning bootleg jeans into skinny jeans. Love extending the life of currently owned clothing.

  110. Ramona from MI says:

    I have some bootcut cords that I am going to turn into skinny cords! Love to re purpose clothes.

  111. Bev Leischner says:

    The zippered card pouch will be on my ‘make it’ list.

  112. Elise in GA says:

    Very cute!

  113. Veronika says:

    Perfect! I am going to be needing to make suspenders in a month or so- great timing!!

  114. Lisa b. in IN says:

    The zippered card-pouch tutorial is just what I needed; someone will be getting this for Christmas!

  115. Vanessa B says:

    Love those Mustache Tags and the Sunglass Pouch, Sew Cute! Thank You!!!

  116. Kathy h in Pa. says:

    More wonderful recipes and fun ideas.

  117. SJen in ND says:

    love the messenger bag and hipster ideas…
    was looking at best hipster cities to live in this weekend, so fit right into the theme…
    fun holiday books, too!

  118. eric in us says:

    Anything made with beer gets my attention.

  119. Samantha in CA says:

    I needed these projects for my 17 year old cousin. Thanks.

  120. heidi anderson says:

    Those pretzels look amazing!! Now on the top of the to do list. Thanks, these are all wonderf as usual.

  121. Dawn Jones from IN says:

    I like the messenger bag.

  122. jen says:

    Awesome new category!

  123. Jennifer in OH says:

    Love the DIY skinny jeans! Looks super easy, too!

  124. Wendy in OR says:

    What a great way to make skinny jeans from your old jeans.

  125. Patti says:

    Love the Converse-ation! My husband loves Converse sneakers, this would be great for him!

  126. Sarah says:

    These are really great!! I always look forward to your tutorial links for Christmas.

  127. Karen in VA says:

    The chalkboard gift tags are very cool…

  128. Susanne in MI says:

    I’ve pinned the messenger bag pattern–have grandaughters that would love one!

  129. Libby in SoCal says:

    I need a card pouch! Hmm…wonder if I have time to make something for myself during the holidays!

  130. Mhairi (Aust) says:

    These are all great ideas. I really love the glasses case using leather. Thanks for some great gift ideas.

  131. Lori in Ohio says:

    Am loving this …..soooo many grrrrreat ideas..& tutorials!! Present Perfect book looks super fun!!

  132. Sarah says:

    Nice ideas!

  133. JMJ in the USA says:

    thanks for all the fun ideas!!!!

  134. Java Jane NC says:

    The zipper pouch is a nice variation. Can’t wait to try!

  135. Beth in Michigan says:

    Wow, I feel so hip now!

  136. Becky in VA says:

    Those Sesame Salt pretzels look so good! I’m going to have to try to make them.

  137. DeborahGun says:

    This was a fun list!

  138. Rachel in CA says:

    Love the card wallet!

  139. KarenH in OK says:

    Love the messenger bag.

  140. Donna in NC says:

    More great books. Love all these gift ideas!!!

  141. Delia from VA says:

    The recipes look delicious!

  142. Holly D says:

    Great prizes! Thank you.

  143. Karen from Indiana says:

    I’m seeing some grandkid gifts here.

  144. Nancy McKenzie says:

    I may be less than hip. Hipness is in the eye of the hip holder. Great projects though!

  145. Doris in AL says:

    Loved the Dopp Bag.

  146. cassie in mo says:

    Love the bag!

  147. Toni says:

    Love the mustache gift tags. Too funny!

  148. Jill in California says:

    Cool ideas. Thanks!

  149. Sarah J. in OH says:

    Such a fun round-up! Love the messenger bag!

  150. Michelle M from WA says:

    The Mod Messenger Bag looks like a quick and easy gift to make. I love that.

  151. Catherine in MI says:

    Mmmm…those pretzels look delicious!

  152. Carrie in IL says:

    Loving all these ideas.

  153. Persia says:

    I like the zippered card case.

  154. Terri says:

    I love that messenger bag so much, it has just replaced other gifts on my list. : )

  155. Shannon P says:

    I love the suspenders!

  156. Great ideas!!

  157. amber says:

    I love the cross-body bag!

  158. Rena in GA says:

    I love handmade holidays!

  159. Lindsay inIowa says:

    Oooh I’d love to make my own skinny jeans!

  160. connie J in CO says:

    Pretzels sound delicious!

  161. Christine in Indiana says:

    Wonderful giveaways and thanks for the inspiration and free tutorials!

  162. Heather C says:

    I love those gift tags!

  163. dangermom says:

    Yeah, my teen daughter is going to want to write on her Converse…

  164. I’m sewing up a few messenger bags for gifts.

  165. Jennifer N. in CA says:

    Fun ideas. Thanks for sharing. Love the zippered card pouch, since I just cleaned out my wallet and have a stack of homeless cards.

  166. Cathie. says:

    Love the modern messenger bag. My girls will also love them. Thanks for the great ideas.

  167. Liesel in KS says:

    I might need to sew a few of those cross body bags!

  168. Elizabeth says:

    Those pretzels look so good!

  169. Dana says:

    The zipper card pouch is going on my to-sew list. They’ll make great stcking stuffers (and i could seriously use one, too)!

  170. I’m a huge Sew Modern/Lauren Hawley fabric groupie. She has such great taste, including these cool sewing projects. Zipper pouches and messenger bags will be on my holiday gift-making list. Thanks.

  171. SS in NH says:

    Love that zipper card pouch

  172. Cassandra in Ohio says:

    The zipper card pouches would be really useful!

  173. Katherine in Canada says:

    DIY skinny jeans?! The best!

  174. SamRI says:

    Thanks for the ideas!

  175. Jackie from IA says:

    So many great books!

  176. Robin E. in AZ says:

    I have a young man that loves suspenders and needs a pair nice enough to wear to church. Thanks for the tutorial!

  177. Kathy L in VA says:

    Those pretzels sound yummy!

  178. Nicole in FL says:

    love the messenger bag!

  179. patty says:

    I like those chalkboard gift tags!

  180. Audrey says:

    Lemon Coffee Dressing. Sounds yummy. I have got to give that one a try.

  181. Kat Hosking (Australia) says:

    love the DIY jeans. Definitely going to try those pretzels, yum.

  182. Kylie C in OR says:

    I not-so-secretly love suspenders and have been looking for an adult-sized tutorial- thank you.

  183. Kristen W in CT says:

    That messenger bag looks handy.

  184. Shannon says:

    I don’t think I’m a hipster, but these are definitely things I’m going to make for me!

  185. Heather79 in CO says:

    Love the messenger bag!

  186. Eleanor in NC says:

    Love the dopp kit!

  187. Anne Marie says:

    Love these ideas – thanks.

  188. Lesley says:

    Yummy recipes! I live in Oregon

  189. kay in mo says:

    Love the eyeglass case

  190. Laurie in MA says:

    Very clever: the dopp kit is made out of a single piece of fabric!

  191. Amy in US says:

    The messenger bag looks like it might be just the thing to make for a special gift for someone.

  192. Cyndi says:

    I am going to have to make a few of these for myself!

  193. Heidi in SD says:

    Cute ideas!

  194. usairdoll in CA says:

    Cute items! I need a zippered card pouch.

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

  195. Tammy in MI says:

    Oh! I like that zippered pouch!

  196. These are great fun! Making the suspenders from this post, plus one of the bowties from a previous post — perfect. 🙂

  197. Kelly from OR says:

    Love these projects! As the owner of many pairs of boot cut jeans, I can’t wait to make them into skinnies that fit me!
    Thanks

  198. Donel in IA says:

    I love the two bag options.

  199. Heather in VA says:

    Love the zippered card pouch. Great way to use up scraps of favorite fabric.

  200. Ginger in MD says:

    That messenger bag looks good.

  201. auschick in va says:

    I’d love the mend and make fabulous book!

  202. Diana from OR says:

    That pretzel recipe looks delicious.

  203. Cristine in tx says:

    That sunglasses bag is a great quick gift idea.

  204. Pat says:

    Wishing for more hours in the day to create some of these wonderful gifts!

  205. Kati from FL says:

    i like the idea of making suspenders.

  206. Jenn (FPO) says:

    What a fun collection of tutorials! Thanks.

  207. Deb H. in PA says:

    Looking at all the great recipes really makes me wish that I hadn’t gone gluten free!

  208. Yvonne says:

    Mend & Make Fabulous looks super useful (I’m in CA).

  209. Emilyplays in WA says:

    Oh the suspenders slay me! The zippered pouch is amust make!

  210. Laurie in CO says:

    The suspenders are so fun.

  211. Nickkole in NC says:

    We’ve made those pretzels before! Husband loves them lol

  212. Allyson in OH says:

    I really like the suspenders and the zipper card pouches!

  213. Natalie in OH says:

    Neat ideas!

  214. Kristie in wa says:

    The salad dressing sounds intriguing. I never would have put that combination together.

  215. Cari in CO says:

    Fun projects today!

  216. Amber says:

    great ideas!

  217. Charlotte in Ga says:

    Thanks for the great ideas!

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