Since I began writing in 2010, I’ve shared 188 of my own tutorials here. Wait, let me say that again –
They account for about a quarter of my posts. It felt like a shame to only talk about a few of those, so I settled on the top twenty for my anniversary Friday Favorites this year. Last week I covered 20 – 11, so this week we’re down to the top ten.
This flower came about because I needed one that could be washed without fraying. And it seemed like I was putting flowers on EVERYTHING for a while there.
This wallet happened when I was invited to participate in Pocket Week at Always Expect Moore. It’s seen some action since then, and I’m hoping to take it to new places in the future.
I went through several methods of making my own tags before I landed on the one I use now. Besides business purposes, I think they’re a nice way for a gift recipient to remember who a handmade item came from.
I have an entire box of these in my Christmas decorations. I had to stop making them because I ran out of space to put them. I might have to start slipping them into mailboxes or something.
I almost didn’t even bother posting this little angel because I thought it was too simple for anyone to care about. Lesson learned.
This was one of the first projects where I stepped back when I was done and thought “I just designed a pattern!”
I still love these daffodils, but it will forever drive me crazy that I left off one petal.
This chilly guy was the one that made me ask myself if I could share this stuff with others. I guess you could call him my original muse.
I don’t get to make a lot of things for my son, and he’s not easily impressed, so this hat will forever hold a place in my heart. I also love how people around the world have adapted it for so many different characters.
This one is in the number 1 slot by a landslide. Always. I’ve made hundreds of these. No kidding. Besides selling them on Etsy, everyone I know ends up with one at some point, and I actually have a storage area in my closet just to hold my own collection.