APRIL 1ST, 2010 4:00PM PST 
*Create a beautiful eggs and nest set with Alisa Burke.*Head to Prudent Baby and sew a smocked sundress with pom-poms.*Use fabric to applique embellished jean bottoms. Get the details on Helping Little Hands.*Make a beautiful patchwork pencil case with a tutorial from Little Big Girl Studio.
*Sew a fabulous fabric ball with Finding My Way.*Make a beautiful felt daffodil with A Hoot and a Holler.*Sew a tissue box cover with Brett Bara on Design Sponge.*Make a silhouette and script necklace with Trey and Lucy.
*Make hemp cording coasters with Make It and Love It.*Turn Ikea Celeber containers into decal food jars. Get the details from Kate on Design Sponge.*Sew a Saturday Market Skirt with an excerpted project from on Potabellopixie.*Turn a dishcloth into a big kid bib with Salty Pineapple.
*How to Bind a quilt Tutorial: Back Comes to the Front- Patchwork Posse*How to Bind a Quilt Tutorial: Traditional Binding- Patchwork Posse*How to Bind a Quilt Tutorial: Classic Rollover- Patchwork Posse*How to Bind a Quilt Tutorial: Non Traditional Style- Patchwork Posse
*Make a beautiful colors quilt with In Color Order.*Visit The Cottage Home for a no-sew applique tutorial.*Cut a kirigami window hanging with Surprisingly Intercultural.*Create a teapot flower arrangement with Sarah Brysk Cohen on Design Sponge.
*Sew a velcro child's tie with kojodesigns.*Create spring tin can flowers with Nap Time Journal.*Make a tackle box planter with Andrew Salomone on Craft.*Make fabric pencil cups with Sew4Home.

11 Responses to “Daily DIY”

  1. Polly :) Says:

    Wow! So many great projects today…and I’m not just saying that because you featured mine. ;) I love the tie, Saturday Market skirt, daffodil, and of course my mom’s ball.

  2. Kate at Centsational Girl Says:

    Absolutely lovely links ! Thanks for sharing !


  3. Kathy Says:

    Rachel, thank you for posting the link to the fabric balls. I love all of your links, and wish I had more time to settle in to make some projects. Ah, if only I didn’t work full time! Someday I’ll retire, but meanwhile I’ll just have to be choosy about which projects I take on. I love the dishcloth-to-bib tutorial, and all the ones about quilt bindings. Thank you for posting the links!

  4. Becca Says:

    Thanks for featuring my flowers :) oh I love the fabric pencil tins. I saved some cans just the other day….yippeee! Have a great day!

  5. Jan Says:

    This is a fantastic collection!

  6. Jenn Says:

    Thanks for giving me a fantastic idea! I’ve got a black oval pendant, similar to the white one you featured, but I had no idea what to do with it. It just looks a little too plain. Now I’m going to add a white silhouette and see how that jazzes it up!

  7. Kellie Says:

    Thanks for the tissue box, I needed something to put those ugly boxes in.

  8. HelenClyde Says:

    Wow, so many cool projects today! Thanks for taking all the time to find and post them. Wish the day had twice as many hours :-) I know it might be a little late for another easter project, but I´ve got a nice one on my blog again, and I feel very honoured every time you put my link up here :-)

  9. Free pattern: Sew a fabric ball toy for little hands · Sewing @ CraftGossip Says:

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  10. Sara L. Says:

    Hi! These are all such great links! The tissue box link goes to the wrong spot, though, points to the food jar link instead. I found it anyway, but you might want to fix it!

  11. admin Says:

    Thanks so much Sara! I just fixed the link!

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