Your Projects: Craft Book Month

Craft Book Month has been such a blast so far, with some great projects being linked up on the main post. Here are a few things you’ve shared so far!

Jennifer linked up her Dreaming Under Dresdens Quilt, which was inspired by the book Material Obsession. Gorgeous!

Online Quilting Class

Dresden Plate Quilt

Kelly’s handmade skewer book was a project from the book Handmade Decorative Books. What a cool method of book-binding!

Handmade Skewer Book

Sara stitched up the Blossom Bag, which is a free pattern. It’s from the Amy Butler book Style Stitches, and looks fabulous in Echino fabric!

Blossom Bag from Sew Sweetness

Anja whipped up a darling windbreaker from the book Sewing Clothes Kids Love, and it even has a fun media player pocket on the sleeve.

Sewing Clothes Kids Love

Amorette linked up this Quick Change Tabletop Set from Amy Butler’s Little Stitches for Little Ones book. Great fabric choice, and super functional project!

Quick Change Tabletop

And Mary finished up a huge, colorful quilt from a pattern in Passionate Patchwork by Kaffe Fassett. We are super impressed that she’s been working on the Handkerchief Quilt for the last two years, with fabric that she’s had stashed since 2004!

Handkerchief Quilt

If you haven’t yet, you still have a couple weeks to link up your project from a craft book for a chance to win prizes! We’ll announce the random winners from all entries received by September 30.

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