March Flickr Roundup is in like a fierce crafty lion. Check out the work everyone’s been doing, it’s amazeballs!
Heather embroidered these red demon wings to evoke tattoos. I love the effect, and it’s much less permanent!
Here is another sultry corset design by Heather using the baroque punk swallow. I just had to show both, they are so stunning.
This apron by Stickforkd is perfect for March. She chose a really nice combo of text, owls and subtle Celtic knots.
Now for a cinch bag party! The first bag is by quilted thimble cottage. She paired some awesome fabric with the sewing machine schematic design.
The second bag is by blackpimp4u using the endless love design. This would make a great ring holder for an offbeat wedding.
The third bag by Tote Uncommon is red and radical! Clearly a bag of holding for DnD, using the Don’t Panic design.
Wrapping up the cinch bag parade is a cute one by Maria with sweet motherly typography. I imagine it’s filled with a yummy bath bomb from Lush.
Here is a goregous book cover by Hedgehog&Rabbit. She used her dad’s totem animal, the dragon fly, and his initial, “L”. I love the quilting too!
Since it’s still wintery here, I thought I would include this great hot air balloon muff by Eigennaht. She works magic with her embroidery machine every time.
I love in progress shots! This lonely robot napkin is being sewn out by Stony Silence. The simple running stitch with the red border of the napkin is perfect.
Erin did some sweet crayon tinting work with this too cute unicorn. Love. It.
And now, for our grand finale, we have a triple round up of the Magical Ride for your viewing pleasure…
Summer rocked this cute rainbow cheetah print clutch.
Aveline made this radical zipper pouch in the hoop!
Misty stitched this adorable bib! Some lucky baby is going to smear so much yummy food and drool on that magical gnome and unicorn sparkle party.
Thanks for sharing all the amazing work you do. Keep crafting and stitching and being full of awesomeness!
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