It’s Friday so that means it’s time for “You Sew Rock Me Fridays” with 10 awesome projects that I happened to come across this week while surfing the World Wide Craft Web.


Ok, so it’s actually Wednesday but I am posting this early because I chose all Holiday-themed goodies and I’m feeling festive. I know it’s probably a little late to make some of these but you can definitely put these ideas in the vault for next year!



Project #1

Meg from White Nest Shop made this beyond gorgeous Winter Wreath. If you know anything about me it is that I love the clean organic look, which is why I am crazy about burlap, linen, jute, and wood projects. I can’t tell you how much I LOOOOOOOOVE this wreath. This is definitely a must make! And because it is very simple you can actually use it year ’round and just add seasonal elements. Amazing job Meg!



Project #2

Caroline from The Feminist Housewife made this adorable Pottery Barn Inspired Advent Calendar. Not only is it great for the holidays, but I kind of want to steal the design and make an herb garden like this.


Project #3

Sharon at Elizabeth & Co. made these cute and easy Felt Gift Card Holders. You could even add a custom monogram or other decoration if you wanted, and these are certainly not limited to Christmas! For a no-sew option, you can use iron on adhesive tape like Heat ‘n Bond.



If you would rather work with paper, Katie from Lemon Jitters has a great tutorial on Making Paper Gift Card Holders.


Project #4

Kacey from Stay-at-Home Artist made her own Felt Mistletoe. I agree with her that most of the commercial stuff just isn’t that nice…but this certainly is!


Project #5

Katie from Katie Did made these Festive Holiday Banners. I love that they look like they are floating and span all across the room!


Project #6

Sally from Sally Ann made these Tacky Animal Sweaters!



Ok I really like this project because it made me giggle…a lot. But luckily that was the point! I even facebooked it to a few of my friends who I knew would get a kick out of these sweaters. If I would have seen this in high school we so would have made this with our faces on it! This is just a little reminder to not take life so seriously during the holidays. :)


Project #7

Amy from Then She Made grew her own Money Tree. Ok she didn’t really grow it…but whoever gets it is going to be super excited!


Amy also came up with a second version of her Money Tree that has a little bit different style.


Project #8

Karen from Sew Many Ways did this Santa Claus Can. What a cute vase that makes!


Project #9

Jodi from Tutto Bella made this Holiday Serving Tray…out of candy! This is sweet in so many ways!


Project #10

Kim from Sand and Sisal came up with these totally cool Glass Float Ornaments. They look so much like the real things but at a fraction of the price! Plus they are beachy! And who doesn’t love beachy?


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…you’re running out of time…Christmas right around the corner! :)


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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! And Merry Christmas!

2 Responses to “YOU SEW ROCK ME FRIDAYS #10”

  1. Kacey says:

    Thanks so much for the feature, Jamie! I really appreciate it. Happy Holidays to you!!

  2. So many adorable ideas! I love those mistletoe ornaments! And the animal sweaters totally cracked me up!! Thanks for featuring my Glass Float Ornaments too! Have a wonderful Christmas! ~ KIM

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