Get your craft on with the Handmade with Love Super Bundle – it’s got inspiration for one-of-a-kind gifts, unique decorations, beautiful works of art, and more.
If you are signed up to get AOC’s newsletter (if not, click here so you don’t miss out), then you got first notice of the new Ultimate Bundle that is PERFECT for An Oregon Cottage readers (and me!) – the Handmade With Love Super Bundle. Since you know that I love a good handmade gift – and saving money by DIYing – you aren’t going to be surprised that I’m all-in for this great deal.
Here’s a brief run-down of all that’s included in the Handmade With Love Super Bundle:
- Over 200 patterns, projects, and step-by-step tutorials in the form of eBooks and eCourses.
- Topics covered: quilting, sewing, crochet, knitting, applique, embroidery, cross-stitch, dyeing, fiber arts, and crafting in general.
- Bonuses of a digital magazine and digital craft fair planner
- HUGE earlybird bonus of a FREE Craftsy class!!! This is only good until 11/30 and is valued at $70, so you need to act fast for this bonus.
The bundle includes projects and fresh patterns created by hip, modern designers like Allison Glass, Elise Blaha-Cripe, Anne Weil, Rebecca Langford, and Liat Gat (plus 47 others)…
…for just $29.97. (They’re worth over $1,000!)
Curious how it’s possible to get all of this so inexpensively? The creators joined forces to offer this incredibly special bundle, but just for a super short period of time. Once the sale’s over, they’ll go back to selling their products and patterns at full price.
If you want to check it out and get your own Handmade with Love Super Bundle right now you can go here or keep reading to see a few of my favorites from the bundle.
My Favorite Projects
I really can’t speak highly enough about the quality and value of what’s inside, especially for this price, which is why I want to highlight a couple of my favorite projects so you can see for yourself.
While the bundle has projects, tips and patterns for all kinds of crafting, my go-tos are always simple sewing and knitting. So I’ve picked a handful of projects in these two areas that are either the best bang-for-your-buck type crafts (usually easy and yet save a ton of money) or are things I can’t wait to make.
1) From 10 Simple Sewing Projects for the Home:
- Duvet Cover
- Zippered and Piped Pillow Covers
Both of these projects include yardage calculations and full tutorials with step-by-step photos. These are some of my favorite home DIY’s to do because they make a huge impact and you can save a lot. Yes you can find cheap covers and pillows, but to get a designer look and use quality fabrics, sometimes making your own is the only way.
And straight-stitch home decor sewing is e.a.s.y. – promise! Oh, and a Sewing 101 eBook is included in the bundle to get you started, if needed!
2) Knitted mittens From Cozy Christmas Knits.
I’ve given knitted hats and headbands for the kids in my family and would love to add mittens to that list using one of the patterns from this eBook. Both regular and fingerless patterns are included, as well as a couple styles so I can personalize the gift even more. (And the photos in this pattern book are terrific!)
3) This uber cool retro rucksack pattern pdf.
Isn’t this so great? I LOVE it! I also love how it will work for both men and women – as well as kids – with just different fabrics. All the how-tos are included, though to be honest it does look more complicated than the home decor stuff I’m used to. It’s SO cute though, I think I have to try, don’t you?
4) A classic top-down sweater from Weekend: Simple Modern Knits.
I think this is my next sweater pattern! It’s knit in the round with bulky yarn, so should knit up pretty quick. (I think I’ll just have side vents and forget about the hassle of adding zippers, though. The sweaters I’ve had in the past with zippers always pulled and were irritating.) I’m thinking a dark green would be nice for this!
Really, “handful” is the key word for this list of favorites – with over 200 projects I haven’t scratched the surface! Of course there are crafts included in the bundle I’m not interested in, but that’s okay, because like all the Ultimate Bundles you only have to use a few of what’s included to make it worthwhile (which doesn’t include the free Craftsy class which is double the price of the bundle!).
If this is up your alley like it is mine, go here to grab yours now or click the button below:
And remember to do it by 11/30 to snag a free Craftsy class of your choice!!