MARCH 28TH, 2010 1:12PM PST 
*Make an Eames-inspired hang it all coat rack with Thompson Family Life.*Make a felt and ribbon key fob with ribbonsandcrafts.com. *Turn wooden picture frames into a terrarium with Country Living.*Create a groovy bird embroidered pillow with Bustle and Sew.
*Assemble an easy bamboo knife holder with The L-T Experience.*Create a Pottery Barn-inspired bird nest with Under the Table and Dreaming on Someday Crafts.*I love how All the Small Things created Horton Hears a Who family last name blocks as a gift for a Horton-loving family.*Create a springtime doily wreath with Making Chicken Salad.
*Make an organizational art supply shelf with Frugal Home Designs.*Make terrycloth pool boy romper shorts with Hello Marzipan.*Create ribbon and felt suitcase tags with ribbonsandcrafts.com.*Make a mostly vintage apron with bijou lovely.
*Knit this pretty poplar cowl with a pattern from Kelbourne Woolens.*Make a paper version of the Spool Sewing bird with No Money Mama.*Create a ribbon Alice hairband with Don't Eat the Paste.*Make a miniature bottle cap mobile with em jay & me.
*Assemble a raw felt headboard with Apartment Therapy.*Make a stuffed fabric garland with Practically Spent. How perfect for a kid's room!*Recycle plastic bottle into s spring flower mobile with Kosmic Chai Crafts.*Make a paper fan and doily garland with Blue Cricket Design.
*Sew a spring lingerie bag with More Misadventures.*Learn how to make these fun tutu leggings from Texas Monkey on Someday Crafts.*Sew a layering Cover-Me-Cami with part one on All That Is Good.*Sew a layering Cover-Me-Cami with part two on All That Is Good.
*Make a miniature pincushion with an excerpted project from Miniatures in Minutes from ctpubblog.com.*Make a looped ribbon wreath with The Philips Fam.*Head to Fantastic Find and turn an empty container into a bubble kit perfect for spring.*Sew adorable bunny slippers with From an Igloo.
*Create easy initial art for a new baby with Little Miss Pinay Crafter.*Use stickers to decorate a pretty glass treat jar for spring. Get the details on Made With Love by Jessica.*Make a beautiful painted pinwheel with Alisa Burke.*Sew an easy, sassy apron with an excerpted project from Oh Sew Easy® Lifestyle on ctpubblog.com.

11 Responses to “Weekend Roundup”

  1. Stephanie Lynn Says:

    Thanks so much for adding my link via Someday Crafts!! I greatly appreciate it! Hope you had a great weekend!

  2. Chels Says:

    What a huge and ‘pretty’ roundup! Thank you for featuring my project!

  3. Kim Says:

    Thanks again for this wonderful selection! I adore your website and I never told you that before. I thought today would be a good day ;-)

  4. Diane @ InMyOwnStyle Says:

    Those bunny slippers are too cute.

  5. Tutorial: Sew a Cover-Me-Pretty layering camisole · Sewing @ CraftGossip Says:

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  6. Rae Ramos Says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my work! More power to you, Rachel! :)

  7. Shala Says:

    What wonderful links! I’ve been planning to make aprons soon!

  8. Tawny Bee Says:

    Thank you for featuring my bamboo knife holder! I get so many good ideas from this site, just thought it’s time I share some of my own :)

  9. Trina Says:

    What an honor to be included in the weekend round up! Thanks for posting my links!
    Trina

  10. Shayna Says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my tutu leggings, what a great round up!

  11. Sonia Says:

    Rachel, thanks a ton for my plastic bottle flowers feature…And I love the other ideas you have on display, especially the tutu leggings and the bird nest..what fun!

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