YOU SEW ROCK ME FRIDAYS #8

 

 

It’s Friday so that means another edition of “You Sew Rock Me Fridays” with 10 awesome projects that I crossed paths with this week while surfing the World Wide Craft Web.

 

 

Project #1

Alish and Whitney from Sister’s Stuff made some gorgeous Beaded Watch Bands.

 

 

Project #2

Crystal from Green Zebra Crafts made this super cool Paper Mache Letter using a cereal box. Talk about Craf-TAY!

 

 

Project #3

Cheryl from Sew Can Do made this Laminated Cotton Cupholder. I know several moms who would love something like this! Plus it’s quick to sew. I don’t ever have laminated cotton on hand so I would probably use use regular cotton (with a stabilizer to give it some weight) and just wash it when needed.

 

 

Project #4

Camila from Family Chic used wire to make this Yarn Wrapped Word Art. So pretty!

 

 

If you are looking for something a little beefier in size, Meredith from Haute to Sew did this equally pretty Yarn Wrapped Word Art.

 

 

Project #5

Stephanie from Henry Happened made a really fun and easy Braided Bead Bracelet.

 

 

Project #6

Sarah from Sarah Ortega Photography made these Jenga Keychains. Um, super cute and easy! If you can’t find Jenga on sale, target sells a Jenga knock off game called Jumbling Towers for around $5 and it comes with 48 blocks. That’s 47 little holiday gifts…plus one for you. :)

 

 

Project #7

Jami from Creative Juices made this Flat Iron Holder. Brilliant!

 

 

Project #8

Jaime Lynn from Crafty Scrappy Happy did this Embossed Christmas Towel. First of all, I love trying out techniques on totally different mediums…just goes to show you that it pays to be daring! I also love she used simple and kind of rustic materials for the project. Adding the glitter gave it a little bling without being obnoxious. I can’t wait to go out and get some embossing materials.

 

 

Project #9

Carla from Small Friendly engineered this Mini Lounger. Freaking genius! It is so hard to find something like this in the store that doesn’t cost a billion bucks and/or is covered in ugly or cheap fabric. I’m thinking you could easily modify this idea to do a U-shaped dog lounger. Definitely a must make!

 

 

Project #10

Robin from Happy at Home built this unique Headboard Shelf. For such a custom and elegant looking shelf, it is amazingly simple.

 

 

 

Well, there you go…I hope you will agree these projects are as awesome as I think they are! Now go out and make something…it’s almost Christmas! :)

 

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See you next week for another installment of You Sew Rock Me Fridays. Just in case you missed the previous weeks, you can see those amazing projects HERE. If you aren’t a follower yet, please consider it! Also be sure to check out the Sew Rockin’ Facebook page. I wouldn’t want you to miss out on any of the fun! :)

 

Until later, happy crafting!

6 Responses to “YOU SEW ROCK ME FRIDAYS #8”

  1. Michelle says:

    I made some of those keychains! You can check them out here: http://www.sewrockin.com/2011/12/09/you-sew-rock-me-fridays-8/

  2. Sarah says:

    Thank for featuring my jenga block keychain! :)

  3. Crystal says:

    Thanks for featuring my project! It made my day! :)

  4. Carla says:

    Thank you so much for the link! Happy Holidays!

  5. Meredith says:

    Thanks for featuring my yarn wrapped word art! You have a cute blog here, I’m going to follow :)

    Haute To Sew

  6. Thanks so much for featuring my cupholder tutorial Jamie! I’m adding your button to my Featured On page.

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