I’m going to blame the holidays on my mix up… I actually thought TODAY was Thursday! So, it looks as if these links are a day late, but should be awesome enough to tide you over for the weekend!:

Bring a little Christmas into your sewing room by making a pretty peppermint pincushion.

Mini comforters are the perfect size for kids or dogs (and they look super snuggly)!

Skip the gift wrap and make reusable gift boxes instead. This round version is pretty and functional!

Who says twirl skirts are just for girls? Make your own circle skirt this holiday.

Turn fat quarters into a Christmas tree – prefect for holiday decorating!

Have you always wanted to try laminated fabric, but never put in into your shopping cart? Now here’s your chance to win a yard!

Looking for a quick gift for the budding baker in your life? This kid’s apron whips up in 10 minutes!

It’s not sewing, but I’m pretty sure that I want to make one of these ornament wreaths. This ornament tree would make a nice accompaniment.

Beautiful zippers are meant to be shown off. These lace zips (from Japan) look great on little bags.

Chances are the holidays bring extra guests to your house which means you’ll need more seating. Whip up a bunch of pretty floor cushions for the kids or just to sit on while chatting.

Great for traveling or when the kids need to be quiet: The crayon roll.

Easton is all about camping – even if it is indoors. This clever tutorial teaches you how to create a tent from a drying rack and is simply adorable! (You’ll need to translate the page for full instructions)