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CraftingCon: Sew Starly

Hello CraftingCon fans! Have you been by Friends Stitched Together to see Roxanne’s Post yet? Scroll down to the bottom for the sew along linky. Hi, I’m Starly. I blog over at Sew Starly I am super excited to be guest posting for CraftingCon during Dr Who month! We are long time Dr Who fans in our family. Both my husband and I watched Classic Who when we were younger. When the show revival with the...

CraftingCon: I Married Superman

Hello all you Crafting Conners!  I am so excited to be here!  When I first signed up for Crafting Con on the month celebrating Lord of the Rings, I was a little worried.  I tend to overcomplicate this type of thing and I stressed that I’d have to set aside 426 hours of my life to have a LOTR marathon in search of inspiration for something to make. But then I remembered that I live with a hobbit.  Light bulb!...

CraftingCon: The Design, the Stitch and the Wardrobe

Hi there I’m Andrea from The Design, The Stitch and The Wardrobe.  I am in love with making costumes – I seriously lie awake at night and wonder what I can make next (yes I need a better social life) each one has to be grander and more complex than the last – just wait and see what I have in store for ‘Once Upon a Time’ month. Unfortunately (well not unfortunately but somewhat so for...

CraftingCon: Milileke Designs

Hi I’m Tish from Milileke Designs and I’m so excited to be a part of season 2 of Craftingcon. I can’t wait to see all the creativity and talent that season 2 will bring.I love J.R.R. Tolkien’s Hobbit and Lord of the Ring books and I am slightly obsessed with all the movies. My favorite characters are the Hobbits because I am a Hobbit and my curly haired big footed little girl Miss K is one...

CraftingCon: Feather’s Flights

You might remember Heather of Feather’s Flights from her lovely entry for our Harry Potter month of CraftingCon. Today she has two more looks for her cute kiddos. Oh, and don’t forget to check out Emily’s competition look at Friends Stitched Together Peeta and Katniss Inspired I had so much fun making Hunger Games outfits for my kids. Henry has the blonde hair that I always imagined Peeta to have....

CraftingCon: Friends Stitched Together

I had no idea that I would make such great friends when I started blogging. I’m so excited to have Amy here today, she is seriously the bomb and I love what she has to share today!   We’re short a guest poster for this Hunger Games month, so y’all get me (Amy) instead! If you haven’t seen Chelsea’s amazing miniature Effie competition look, you really have to go check it out on...

CraftingCon: Modern Handmade

Today’s guest is April from Modern Handmade. I just adore April’s style. She makes gorgeous clothing for herself, and everything she makes for her daughter is darling. And her boy style! I love everything she makes for her little boy! Today she is sharing something she made for herself inspired by Effie Trinket. A few years ago, my book club chose to read The Hunger Games. I was hooked after the first...

CraftingCon: Sewing Sober

Hey all! I’m Ashley from Sewing Sober. My entry is the last for CraftingCon: Villains, and I am so excited to show you what I have created for this villainous challenge (cue evil cackle: MUAHAHAHA!). We went for something old school from a show that is near[=and dear to my heart. For those of you who have no clue who these villains are, below are photos of the villains I was achieving. Here you will find...

CraftingCon: Gracious Threads

Do you remember this darling post from last month? Jess is back with another phenomenal look for Villains month!   Hello all! My name is Jess and I blog, and design patterns, at Gracious Threads. I am so happy to be here today as part of Crafting Con! I grew up on tales of the Wild West, and when I had the chance to sign up for villain month, I jumped on it! Some of my favourite stories involved women of the...

CraftingCon: Climbing the Willow

Looking for an adorable little girl’s shirt pattern? Look no further than the Izzy Top by Teri from Climbing the Willow. I haven’t blogged about this pattern yet, but I’ve made three Izzy tops, and I don’t even have a girl. I adore Teri’s blog, there are so many great free patterns and tutorials. I especially love her tutorial for adding some great detail to a Sally dress. I’m...

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