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Top 10 Posts of 2017

The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect and today I’m looking back on the top 10 posts from this year.  Basically I write what I want to write but looking back at what’s popular helps me to focus on what type of posts are helpful and enjoyable for you all.  Here are the posts from this year that got the most love:

[10] Skillet Handle Potholder

I’m still loving this project from October.  Super simple and functional.

diy skillet handle potholder

[9] Coastal Coasters Tutorial

I’ve been trying to use up some scraps this year and this one was a great scrapbuster for some of my favorite fabrics.

diy coaster tutorial

[8] Super Simple Canvas Tote

I love having a few totes for my library books, Sunday school materials, etc.  It helps me stay a little more organized.

canvas tote tutorial

[7] Printable First Day of School Signs 2017

I love the thought of a bunch of other families commemorating the first day of school with the signs I designed.

printable first day of school signs

[6] Easy Pocket Potholders

Make a stack of these for a cute little house-warming gift in no time.

diy pocket potholders

[5] DIY Fleece Dog Toy

I love to sew but I also love a good no-sew project.  Even more than that I love projects that help you use up some scraps like this one.

how to make a rope dog toy

[4] Cheesy Sausage Balls Recipe

These are a fun little app for parties.  I need to share more recipes this year.

cheesy sausage balls recipe

[3] Fleece Ear Warmer Headband

This one is perfect for cold days and a super simple sew.

fleece earwarmer headband pattern and tutorial

[2] DIY Fabric Basket Tutorial

You can almost never have enough baskets and storage bins.  Making your own enables you to get one that’s just the perfect size for your needs.

DIY fabric basket tutorial

[1] The Bigger & Better Bib Pattern

I reworked my original bib pattern and it’s proven to be super popular.  I think it’s way better than the old one and it’s the one I use all the printable bib pattern and tutorial

So that’s a lot of what 2017 was about on the blog.  What do you want to see here in 2018?  Let me know in the comments below!

Mary Martha Mama