Our Living Crafts Friday Gallery winner for this week: Katja Magus
“What I love about this craft is that it keeps him warm and happy! He hates “crunchy” coats, so wears a sweater or this wool cape if he can get away with it! Gnome hat from the Fall 2009 issue of Living Crafts and cape from Oliver + S Little Things to Sew.” Katja Magus
“What I appreciate most about making this craft was the sparkle in my daughter’s eyes when she kicked up her heels in her new outfit and did a crazy little rumba dance of her own creation! We had fun choosing the cottons at the fabric shop for this outfit –she chose them all and I absolutely love her sense of vibrant color. The pattern was from the book Little Girls, Big Style by Mary Abreu published by Stash Books. Love it! It is so gratifying to me to sew a garment that my daughter loves so much and that she had a part in the making.” Suzanne Lovejoy at UndertheMulberryTree
“Here is a picture of the boats that the children made at summer camp.
This project was the most rewarding project I have ever made at camp. The children enjoyed playing with them throughout the entire week.
I am looking forward to geting more fantastic ideas from Living Crafts for this years camp.” Joy Williams
Every Friday is Gallery Day at our blog. Please provide us with a link in the comments section below or email us (email@example.com) by midnight, a photo and description of your projects- they don’t have to be Living Crafts projects (but of course we LOVE to see those too!). We’ll pick our top four to six pictures of readers’ projects selected from the previous week to feature on our blog and our top pick will win a free one year subscription to Living Crafts Magazine. Please spread the word and don’t forget to leave a link below to your recent project- we love to see what you make! Please send with a comment starting with: What I appreciate most about making this craft is …