Monday, February 16, 2009

You Can Make This Giveaway

Have you heard of this great site YouCanMakeThis.com? It was created by a mom who wanted to provide downloadable instructions on how to make just about anything from children's boutique clothing and jewelry, to handbags, home decor and more. What makes the site unique is that these instructions are written by everyday moms who have an expertise in an area. They are written in a way that makes you feel you have a friend sitting right next to you, telling you what to do next. They all have detailed instructions and step-by-step full-color photos so even the most "craft-challenged" person can make these items for their homes and families.



In fact, if you'd like to try out some products for free, you can sign up for their FREE newsletter. After sign-up, you'll receive a link to your email inbox asking you to confirm subscription. Simply click on that link, and you'll receive all of these product instructions pictured above, plus an online video and digital scrapbooking frames. Click here to sign up.

The Little Birdies love this site. What can be more exciting than a mom who has started a site, and moms who provide the instructions to make a beautiful, handmade craft? On top of that, YouCanMakeThis.com is offering our readers an unbelievable giveaway. Would you like to win a $50 bundle of even more DIY instructions? Check out YouCanMakeThis.com and come back and post something you'd like to learn how to make. You can learn how to make a Child/Adult Apron Set, Women's Reversible Wrap Skirt, The "She Loves Me, She Loves Me KNOT" Handbag, The Reversible Patchwork Bucket Hat, Easy-Fit Pants, and Boys Ties. Remember, even if you've
never sewn before, this site believes that you REALLY CAN make these things!

Be sure to leave us a comment with what you want to make by 12:00am PST Friday, February 20th and we will draw a winner on Saturday. Good Luck!

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196 Responses to “You Can Make This Giveaway”

vanessa said...

I want to learn to make so much on that site, but most of all the boutique bottoms!

Heather said...

Cute site -- I like the booty bag (made from jeans and I love the ruffles that you can add to a pair of girls jeans -- too cute!

Katie said...

Very cool site! I'm wanting to make some cute baby onsies/bibs, so anything applique is what I want to learn! I know it's not hard, I just have to learn how to do it:)

Erica & Dan said...

I would love to learn how to make the reversible patchwork bucket hat. So cute!

Angie said...

Wow! What a fun site! I can not pick a favorite... I love the little booties, the handbags, the toddler ties, and the felt food!

I love this new site... thanks for introducing me to it :)

Meg said...

I love her site- she has darling little dresses for girls that I would LOVE to learn how to make!

Emily and Frank said...

I could really use the tutorial on window dressings- we just bought our first house!

Liz said...

I love the little girls dresses and matching aprons for mom and daughter! Adorable!

holly said...

i love ycmt! love it. i would love to learn how to make the emily dress.

Jaclyn said...

I would love to make a child/adult apron set. They look so cute!

April said...

Perfect fit flirt shirt, or the tie or the tutu onesie, and many others!!!

Rachel H. said...

GOSH! Everything looks amazing! Thanks for pssing on this wonderful site!!

But I would especially love to do those aprons and the adorable boutique pants!

Vivian said...

I really liked this site, I wish you didn't have to buy the instructions... But I would like to learn how to make the chalk mat or the john doll.

Eriksgirl said...

I love you can make this! I am currently wanting to get the Skort/Skirt that has sizes 6 months to 12 years!

Amy Leigh said...

I NEED to learn the easy pants! I love making clothes for my little one, but I cannot ever find a good/easy pants pattern for her!

Katherine said...

I had a hard time coming up with only one thing! I think it would have to be the crocheted cupcake pillows, though. Too cute! Love this site! Thank you so much for posting about it or I never would have seen it! Love Little Birdies!!

Amy said...

I would love to make my 2 year old and I a matching apron set.

Mara Wolff said...

I would make my daughter a tutu for her 1st birthday!

Ashley said...

I would love the Stay Dry Bathing Apron & Towel or Shopping Cart Seat Cover. Thanks so much for the great giveaway!!!

Dina said...

I would love to try one of the hairbow books!

Amy said...

I love the Layered Tulle Ruffled skirt. So girly and cute, my little one would love it.

Kristi said...

I would want to learn to make the Faux & Cluster Fringe Bracelets. They are so cute! Of course, the little apron is adorable too.

The Zeller Family said...

I would LOVE to make the Adult and Child aprons...I have two girls and they are just getting to the ages of wanting to "help" in the kitchen!! That would be SOOO fun!!

My Big Mouth said...

I LOVE this site!
Thanks for pointing it out.
Well I have always been a sucker for dolls and stuff animals.I have never made a monkey,so I'd have to say either Millie the Monkey,because of her whimsy or Mitch the monkey because he's just so darn tootin' cute.

kristib said...

I love skirts, so I would love to learn to make the reversible wrap skirt. I think I need several for summer!

Brianne said...

What a great site! I think the Pixie Handbag looks fun!

Becky said...

I love the stitcheries. What a neat site.

Katie said...

This site is so cute! I love the charm me bracelet, the sweet little aprons and the grab it and go drawstring bag!

Stephanie Humphreys said...

I love this site. Thanks for pointing me there. I love the "Happy Home" stitchery and I want to make all the bags and totes. How do you decide which one to start with? :)

Lori said...

Everything is so cute! How can I decide? I love the apron though!

SUGAMAMA'S CAFE' said...

I am sooo diggin the children undies... Yoki the dragon makes me happy! Love the site!

Felicia & Brandon said...

I would love to learn how to make that patchwork apron. Too cute!

erinann said...

Oh my golly! Those boutique pants on my girls would be darling!!

Julie Magallanes said...

I am in love with the Charm Me Bracelet!!! What a great site! I love when people are inspired to create something and then want to share the way they do it! Thanks for the great link, Little Birdies!

Tupelo Honey Child said...

Love the site and would love to make the toddler apron skirt!

Kindershop said...

I would love to learn how to make reversible bloomers. And I think the Betsey & Joey Shorts Pattern - Reversible & Non Reversible would be perfect for this.

The Giggles Family said...

I'd love to make a bucket hat and tie for my youngest son......

Everything is soooo cute.... if only there were a few more hours in a day :)

Anonymous said...

how fun. can't wait to check it out.

jody

Sonia said...

Definitely the reversible wrap skirt...too cute!!!

annemarie said...

I want to make the aprons - mother daughter - how neat.

The Rice Life said...

I am so glad you guys liked this site!! So Fare i have mad the childrens Crayon apron, and the crochet hate, and the crochet flower, and on of the toddler skirts.

Megan said...

The Love me knot bag... That is cute and I need a new purse that my kids will know is mine.

Southern Gal said...

Love the boutique bottoms and booty bag. Heck, I like it all.

mycrzylife said...

ok, i couldn't pick just one! i loved pretty much everything under the baby category so i would make the baby ties (for my 9 month old) and then the wrap shirt/dress is super cute (for my 9 yr old!)

i wish i had learned of this site a few years ago so that i could have made bloomers for all of my daughters dresses! that would have been nice!

Kory and Tiffini Howard Family said...

I love this site and have tried numerous items from them, but would love to try the wrap top and dress for my little girl.

alisha said...

I absolutely love ycmt! Such a fantastic website! I would really love to learn how to make the Miss Madeline Peasant Dress!

Amy said...

I would love to learn to make the raglan shirt or some other "boy" thing - it's so hard to find good homemade things to make for little boys! Very cute site!

thanks for featuring it

sewhipbaby said...

This is great! The wrap skirt for little girls is absolutely adorable!!! I really think my Sadie needs that!!!

emerzim said...

Applique, applique, applique!!

Sarah Fitzpatrick said...

I would love to learn how to make some of those fantastic handbags! They are soo cute!!!

Jen said...

I need to learn how to make the little boy boxers! I can't find any smaller than a size 6 without paying way too much.

Wren said...

I'd love to learn to make Little Louie in the toy section. He's adorable!

Julie said...

Thanks so much for introducing us to this site, it is great. I would love to make all sorts of aprons or some cute baby things... it all looks so good! Thanks so much

Megan said...

I love the animal loveys and I totally want to learn how to make them.

Adam & Kristen Birkmeyer said...

I'd love to learn how to make baby bows and clips. I'm always looking for new things to make for baby showers and kids birthday parties. Thanks for sharing this fun site!

Lorraine (Australia) said...

The little girl apron is so cute. We seem to have lost aprons and smocks from our "must haves", but this would certainly encourage littlies to wear an apron. I would love to make one for me and one for my granddaughter.

Mandy said...

Oh, I love it all - thank you thank you for sharing this site! I definitely am into the doll clothes for my little girl's new dolly and think the itsy bitsy spider bows are just frickin' adorable!! Hope I win *fingers crossed*

Meninheira said...

I don't know this web and I love it!!

I would like to learn to make to many things but this "Bundle: Corset, Layered Tulle Skirt, Peasant Top + Bonus eBook!" its sooooooooo cute!! :) but I have to learn sewing first :DDD

Ally0005 said...

I would like to make Cuddlebugs Pillow - Crochet.

Melanie said...

I love this site! There are so many things that I want to make. I added a bunch to my wishlist. Some of my favorites were the handbags, the bathing apron, the gallery clock and the list goes on and on!

Jodi said...

The reversible bucket hat is the coolest! My daughter loves to wear hats and they are the easiest and sometimes most fun accessory! I would love to be able to make it.

Mollie said...

What a great site! Thanks for sharing it:o)

Being that I'm having a baby in just two days, I'm currently obsessed with all things baby. I'd love to learn to make the Jungle Blankies or Little Guy Ties.

girl said...

One of my fav sites! I love the Little Louie dolls! I love a lot of it!

Anonymous said...

wow!!!! how do you pick just a few things. I would love to learn how to make so much stuff. I already make alot for my own kids but there is so much I still don't know how to do. I would love to learn how to make the bows and more things for my boys. Great site and not bad prices. Way to go!!!!

kankelfam said...

I LOVE YCMT.com!!! I met Kim, online, years ago and it's so fun to see all that she's accomplished! I would love to learn to make the felt food. Or maybe the Kimono baby booties for my new little boy who is on his way!

Posh Posies said...

I think the apron skirt would be perfect for my daughter. I'd love to make one.

Amy said...

I love DIY blogs (much like yours)! Thanks for introducing us. I love just about everything on it, but right now I am really wanting an apron, so I am going to have to say it is on of my favs. Too bad I don't have a little girl to match me. One day.

Shanny said...

I love the felt food. I want to learn how to make the mixer set, well, I want to learn to make ALL the felt food items. Fun Site!

Amy said...

I love this site. I would love to make some of those twirl skirts for my girls!

Lisa Stricklin said...

So cute! I love the felt teapot set. Would be perfect for my daughters & nieces...

~D Spack~ said...

Definately the reversible wrap skirt, I had a wrap around skit when I was young, with a matching striped shirt, they were hand me downs and I thought I'd gone to heaven with that outfit. It was, of course, PINK! Thanks for a fun giveaway!!!

BlueDog said...

Felt food--close to indestructible and oh-so-cute! Would love to learn to make this.

Sara said...

i want to learn to make the boys' ties!

Tuan's Princess said...

I want to learn to make the Edith Twirl Skirt!

Paula said...

Great site and I would love to learn how to make the Reversible Wrap Skirt. Thanks!

Marci said...

I have been desperate to find ties to fit my boys and was so excited to see the tie pattern! That is definitely something I will be making.

Amanda said...

What a great site! I can't wait to check it out even more. I want to make a cute crochet beanie with a big flower on it for my girls.

julie said...

I found that site a little while ago and love it! I would love to make some of the cute clothes/applique for my little girl! I hope I win!

Amy said...

I love the felt food! Of course, it all looks adorable!

laska said...

what a fun site! I would love to learn how to make the felt food (bread, pan, jam, and the lunch set). I think it would make a cute and practical gift for my niece!

Courtney said...

It looks great Jessica! Thanks for doing it!

Ruth Ann said...

I love this website! I order patterns off of here all the time! The next pattern I'd like to get is the Kimberbell doll pattern! It's too cute!

Alisha said...

I would love to learn how to make the ties!

Ben and Taryn said...

I want to learn how to make stuffed animals and dolls for my kids. Totally cool site!

Lynn Osborne said...

I am hosting a teddy bear tea party and I want to learn how to make felt food for the teddy bears to "eat." Thanks for the chance to win!

greetingarts said...

I've just spent close to an hour on that site! So many things to see, I'd love to make some of that felt food, or the Strawberry Halter Top is pretty dang cute.

Whatever Dee-Dee wants said...

What a fun giveaway! I hope I win!

Stueller said...

The booties and aprons look like fun!

Elliot&Tracy said...

I can't decide between the monkey afghan or the little boy tie. This site is so great!! and so reasonably priced!

Anne said...

Wow I love that site! a $50 gift certificate would buy alot...I would definately pick the Simple Sunday Dress - Sizes 6mths-6yrs. what a great prize!

caryn said...

I think it would be easier to say what I would not make! It ALL looks FAB-U-LOUS!

Becky said...

LOVE the pixie handbag, SO cute! Thanks for posting this link, I'm always looking for craft ideas and directions. Thanks!

Eema-le said...

Too many things to choose from. Everything looks so cute. I guess
The Wrap Top & Dress is my favorite one.

Dana said...

I love this site! Thanks!

lenalicyanide said...

i seriously want to make everything on there!!!! i love the little apron!!!!

Stephanie said...

I just signed up for the emails. Thanks for the info. I would love to make the shopping cart seat cover.

Summer said...

Oh my goodness - LOVE the apron! Please count me in too!

Tracy said...

Ooo the monkey tote!!

Mimi and Reese said...

I love the aprons,appliques,EVERYTHING
Thanks for a great giveaway

Mimi and Reese said...

Thanks for a great giveaway.
The aprons are cute. Everything is cute!

gatornic said...

Love that site. They have the cutest ideas. I'd love to make the mom skirt, the wrap skirt and/or the boutique top/bottoms for girls. Really, I love nearly everything on their "clothing creations" link. :)
Thanks for a great giveaway.

Emily said...

Love the handbag and twirly skirt patterns, the kids clothing patterns. So many great ideas! But I'd really love to make a tie for my 4-year-old son.

Lorie said...

I almost bought the tutorials for EVERY PIECE of felt food they have on their site! It is all too cute!

Sara said...

I love YCMT! I want so many patterns...boutique bottoms, knot handbag, easy fit pants, etc...

Shay Ankerich said...

I would love to make a few of those ribbon tees this summer for my daughter. Thanks!!!

Katie Busken said...

Thanks for clueing me in to this website! I love it. I've been wanting to make ties for my little boy for a long time now!

Sarah said...

What a great site! I love the felt food and the cupcakes look good enough to eat!

-Sarah From Create Studio
www.createstudio.blogspot.com

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

I love YCMT!! They have a great looking pattern for kid hats. Plus, they have lots of food patterns too :)

Sarah said...

I want to learn how to make the "She Loves Me, She Loves Me KNOT" Handbag so badly! The next one would be window dressings. The site is fabulous! Thank so much for the contest!

Meghan said...

I would love to make the boys ties or reversible wrap skirt!

Jord said...

The handbag is definitely fabulous!

Jinii said...

I would love to make the wippie cases. I think they are so cute and I lose them all the time!!

Natalie said...

I want to learn how to make the personalized name pillows. So cute!

Nonerz said...

I'm loving any kind of bag, wallet, purse or wristlet! FUN!!!!

Jon, Ashlie, and Jaylie Fackrell said...

I would love to make the shopping cart seat cover.

greedygrace said...

I'd love to make the mommy-daughter apron set! Cute!

Emma said...

I would love to learn how to make both the child/adult aprons as well as ties. Sorry, I really wasn't able to choose between the two!

Christy said...

what a super cute creatve site!

Katie said...

I have had my eye on all of their felt food instructions for awhile now. They look delectable!!

Susan said...

Definitely the yummy cupcake scarf! Cute enough to eat!

Callicott Family said...

Yoki the Dragon is super cute, but everything is great.

kim said...

I love this site. I want to try the wrap dress/top and the round neck top/dress patterns.

Anna Sophia said...

I would love to make the felt food! I have been wanting to try my hand at it, but just haven't made the time. Plus, I would be teaching myself, so I know there would be a lot of error. With a tutorial, I would feel much more comfortable trying it out. Thanks so much!! :-)

Nicole said...

I really think I should make that cute Yoki the Dragon Soft Toy! :)

amy said...

I'd LOVE to learn how to make those sweet aprons, tutus for my twins girls, and shopping cart covers too! SO FUN!

lorchick said...

ohoho, i have QUITE the list of things I want from that site. The filled tutu is definitely up there on the list. The bolero jacket... and the sweetheart dress! Oh, how adorable!!! And the peekaboo twirl skirt... and i think they had a hairbow package in there somewhere I wanted too. lol.

I think at the moment... the sweetheart dress is probably top of the list, as I'm going to start making DD's spring wardrobe soon.

Big Toe Mom said...

the boys ties... i LOVE that! and most of the sweet little girl things too. ( even if my girls are big, hahaha)

IndiANNa said...

I would make the personalized pillows - so cute!

Shannon said...

What a cool site! I would love to learn how to make the nursing cover up. That will come in VERY handy!

Jenny said...

Guess what? You sold me! I searched this site for about an hour last night and I *heart* it...in fact, I already purchased the pattern for a twirl skirt for my little girlies...so cute! Oh, what I could do with $50...it would be insane...so much I want to make...like matching aprons, wrap dresses, crochet hats--endless possibilities! What a great site, I can understand why you adore it!
Oh, and p.s., I just want to tell you how much I *heart* your website as well...I pretty much silently stalk it every day! You have such wonderful ideas and several things that I've made! Thanks for all your dedication and time!

Anonymous said...

What a fun site! I would love to see the spring flowers stitchery patterns. They look so sweet. Lots of great eye candy over there.

Susan

alice said...

That is a great site. I really want to learn how to make a tie.

Our Happy Family said...

Learning how to making the reversible wrap skirt would be GREAT!

Gayle215 said...

I would love to learn how to make Fauz Cluster Fringe Bracelets!

Mary/Mommyof5! said...

I would love to learn how to make the "Time to Enroll in Chalkmat 101" What a great site!

mary
jeffmary3@yahoo.com

Beth said...

Wow! I could spend hours browsing that site. I like the digital scrapbooking kits and polymer clay ideas!
Beth

aurora said...

This site is such fun! I have used some of their free patterns, and have loved them!
Right now I would love to learn to make the fun Twirly skirts for my Kindergartener!

Jessica said...

I want to learn how to make the cute bucket hats.

Lanie said...

granny head kerchief- fun site
kaseylanie_4@msn.com

Allie said...

I can see how easy it would be to use up $50 on this site. So many fun things to make. Right now I am wanting the wrap dress pattern, and many more!

Love My Three Bugs said...

I would love to make the small satchel!

Anonymous said...

What a fun website. My favorite was the trendy totes.

kristina

Christine said...

It might be easier to list what I'm NOT interested in! I would love to make myself a wrap skirt and my daughter the twirly peek-a-boo skirt. Already downloaded some free patterns!

4HMom said...

Oh my lands! I had no idea a site like this existed. I've been looking for something to make for a new mommy, so I'd love to be able to make the wipie case and coordinating diaper bag!

Allred Family said...

I want to learn to make the boys ties.

Nicole said...

Wow, never heard of the site, but very cool! I would love to mkae one of hte twirl skirts or the baby gift charm quilt. So cute!

Martha said...

there is so much on that site, I would love to make - jewelery, the little kids aprons, and tops.

Tricia said...

I'd like the Quick and Easy Wallets and Wristlets. then I'd have pretty holders for my cash!

shindylahoe said...

I would love to learn how to make the "one tutu-sie" for my daughters first birthday!
thanks for the awesome website link!

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

There is so much - I love the name pillows!

Amanda said...

I love everything on YCMT! Maybe I would choose the boutique bottoms?

Staci said...

Pick me. I want to make felt food, aprons, and chef hats. I am crossing my fingers.

Mandy said...

Small world - I just discovered this website earlier today - and then I came across it featured here! Where to begin - it's all TOO CUTE, but I really need a tutorial on making boys ties. The aprons and skirts are super cute too. I might try out the free headband pattern soon!

The Collettes said...

Okay, so this is perfect for me. I love this website. I would like to make some stitchery patterns, or those personalized name pillows. CUTE.

susanne said...

i would love to learn how to make little girl botties- not the crochet kind but i have seen some out of felt that look really cute. thanks fo r a great giveaway!

The Allen Family said...

One of the many things I want to learn how to make is that adorable felt blueberry waffle food! How cute would that be to play with?!?!

Dennis and Crisanne said...

Oh my! I would love to know how to make ties! I can never find them the right sizes for my kids, either to little kiddish, or way too big!

Brenbren said...

I want to learn to make the reversible patch work bucket hats! I love it all. Even the boys ties. They also had some really cute crochet hates for little girlies.

RC said...

oohh the crocheted pirate hat and the beginner learn to sew.... fun!

cris said...

I love the skull and bones crochet hat and the bowling shirts.

Muffin Pants said...

hair ma-bobs and tote bags and onesies and crochet hats!

Erin S. said...

There's so many things, but all the little girl stuff is sooo adorable!

Dawn said...

I sure like the "trendy tote". It is a fun site!

Sharon Y said...

Love it! Love it!!

I want to make the How to Make a Hostess Apron

Sharon Y

Candy said...

I just love that site and want to dmake some of the diffent bags I have seen on there - I am also addicted to aprons and love the apron patterns avaialbe - they are so unique and cute!

Sallie said...

I would love to any and all of their felt food patterns.

Carla said...

I love the cuffed jeans with matching headband and all the twirl skirts I have a couple girls that love skirts that twirl. This would be a great thing to learn how to make.

Carla R.

roylancemommy said...

I would love to learn how to make the cozy car seat blanket and the Simple Church Dress......What a great site! Thanks for the link :)

Gemstone Photography said...

Oh my heavens, how could I pick just one? I love so much of what I saw. I think i am really digging the mommy and me stuff. My 3 year old loves being just like me.:)

Jenni Peay said...

Very cute, I love making things myself, and would love to make the apron and chef's hat for my three little girls.

Kris said...

I want to learn how to make the Gathered/Pleated Button Tote. There are so many cute thing to make.

Sarah said...

Little girl dresses and maybe something similar but not little girl for older sister.. so they could all cordinate while still being age approperate

Mandy said...

I loved the felt food! I will definitely be making that for my daughter when she has a play kitchen. She'll love it!

shbook said...

The Make Your Own T-Dress is too cute! My girl would love it!

The Merk-ster said...

Mae Doll and John Doll! Are you kidding? Who couldn't love that little pirate patch? A-mazing!

Shana said...

I want to learn how to make twirl skirts for my two girls! My oldest loves to dance!

Anonymous said...

I've visited this site a few times.. they have a blog also.

I'd love to learn how to make the Round Neck Top Sundress

Janet
rreminator@aol.com

Kim said...

what a fun site! I'd love to learn how to make the matching mom/daughter aprons. they're super cute!

I'd love to learn how to crochet too ---

add my name to the pot! thanks for the fun giveaway :)

Greta said...

I love this website. I love the easy pants and am ready to learn to sew! I signed up for the free newsletter and love the ideas I've seen.

Beth said...

I would love to win any of the doll ones!

Adams Family said...

I love the sweet pea handbags - actually all the handbags. What a fun site!

The Jackson Family said...

What a fun idea! I love the easy fit pants!!! Thanks!w

torri said...

i like the little boys ties!

The Short Mom said...

I would love to learn to make everything since i'm still a beginner!

Creative Mish said...

What a fun website. I went and checked it out! All kinds of great things to create!!

Martine said...

So many choices! I would love to make the peasant blouse for my daughter.

Erin @ Sprouted In the Kitchen said...

I am not the world's best seamstress, but I do love to make things and be inspired by what I *can* make! For that reason, You Can Make This is great. I've been looking at the child/adult apron set for a few weeks now!

Nandini said...

Love your site!! I want to make the wonderful handbags in the ycmt site!! They have such cute clothes for kids as well!! Love to try them all :)

Stephanie said...

I would love to make the mother daughter aprons! So cute!

Sue said...

I want to learn how to make a women's reversible skirt - as someone who wears jeans nearly all the time, I would love to start wearing skirts and these look great :)

Hilda Siemens said...

there are WAY too many things I want to try on that site, but definately smoething with applique.

TLB said...

I love , love , love this site. I also love the sister site SWAK. I would love to learn how to make the boys tie, bowling shirt, and bucket caps. Ther is so much out there for girls and I'd love to bring more boy fashion out.

Sarah and John Root said...

There is so much to love on that site...my creative juices just start flowing, but my favorite are the aprons!! I'd love to make them!

staceybc said...

Since my daughter and I love to cook so much, I want to learn to make matching aprons! Fun - what a great website - thanks for sharing.

Acton Mom said...

I LOVE THAT SITE! I have purchased and made some of the twirly skirts for my girls. The instructions are great and the projects are endless. Great site!

kristenly said...

ooh it's a tie...
the kimono baby booties or the lilly the lamb doll

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