Handmade with Love Super Bundle + My Makes


Finally it’s here!  I’ve been so excited about this bundle since I first saw it on the bundle list this year.  I love almost all of the bundles from Ultimate Bundles but this one is my jam!  I’m going to tell you all about the Handmade with Love Super Bundle {great name!} & show you what I’ve already made from the bundle.  And yes, I downloaded everything from this bundle – a first for me!  : D

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This will replace my Monthly Roundup post for November.  Most of my extra makes are for Christmas presents & I don’t want to spoil the surprises!  Some of these makes will be for presents too, but it’s not as obvious who they are for!  ; )  This Friday will be a Teadoddles Talks from a special friend of mine!  Yay!  Okay, let’s dig into this bundle!

P.S. This is a really long post, so you may just want to look at the pictures & then check out the bundle on your own.  I’ll never know!  ; )

Handmade with Love Super Bundle

First I’m going to give you the important details – sale dates, price, free Craftsy class bonus!  Yes!

  • Sale Dates ~> Monday, November 27th @ 8 a.m. EST to Monday, December 4th @ 11:59 p.m. EST
  • Price ~> $29.97 for over $1,000 worth of patterns & bonuses!  This is 200+ patterns, projects, & tutorials of crafty goodness!!
  • Earlybird Offer ~> FREE Craftsy offer during the first 4 days ($70 value)

Now, I’m going to break down what’s in the bundle.  Usually I just touch on certain things in a bundle, but as a maker, I’m all into the details!  I felt like other makers would be too, so I’m listing all the things in the bundle.  Then I’ll have show & tell about what I’ve started & what I’m going to start.  Of course there will be pictures since makers are definitely visual people!


I haven’t had a chance to start making all the things I want to make – sound familiar?  Most of the things I’ve started have come from the embroidery section, since I’ve recently had a resurgence of “hand sew love”.  Some of the pictures will relate back to this group but I’ll be sure to note where it came from!  : )

  • 23 Easy-to-Make Christmas Ornaments: Three eBooks in One! by Erica Hite ($14.00)  {these are made from felt & whip up quickly}
  • Embroidery Pattern Set by Pumora ($94.00) {so many awesome patterns!}
  • Insect Embroidery Pattern Set by Sarah Milligan ($18.00) {I’ve got the bee ready for a hoop!}
  • Modern Embroidery Pattern Set by Stitcharama ($10.00) {cute, simple images}
  • The Embroidery Project: All In The Details by Mollie Johanson ($35.00) {lots of projects & things to learn}
  • The Girl Gang: An Embroidery Pattern Bundle by cozyblue by Liz Stiglets ($20.00) {I think these are my favorites!}
  • Brother Rabbit: Raised Embroidery by Anna Scott ($7.35) {this has an awesome 3D effect & I hope to be able to stitch it up one day!}

These are 9 of the ornaments in the 23 Easy-to-Make Christmas Ornaments: Three eBooks in One! by Erica Hite.  I stitched up most of them on the drives to Atlanta this past week.  They still need the backs & hangers!


  • Applique Made Easy: A Beginner’s Guide to Simple Applique Techniques by Leslie Rutland ($12.00) {looking forward to diving into this!}
  • The Joy of Christmas Quilted Dinner Set by Liuxin Newman ($24.99) {great little pattern from the Thimble Lady!}
  • Baby Storybook: A Day at Home with Bearhug & Honeybun by Sedef Imer ($14.00) {fabric designer for Riley Blake & y’all this is so cute!  I have the pattern cut out already}
  • Lovely Liberty Cushion: A Needleturn Applique Project by Emma Jean Jansen ($10.50) {Australian based fabric & quilt designer}

This is my Lovely Liberty Cushion all cut out & pinned down.  Now I thought I may try needleturn applique, but I’m just going to stitch this down on my machine!  I used 3 Tilda fabrics sent to me from some sweet Australian friends.  The fourth is one that was in my stash & I don’t know what designer it is, but it blended in well.


  • A Doll Like Me: A Collection of Customizable Crochet Doll Patterns PLUS A Beginner’s Guide to Amigurumi by Stacey Trock ($20.00) {how many kids would love to have a doll made to look like them? : )}
  • Crochet Earrings by Dobi Ivanova ($7.00) {I can’t wait to whip up some of these for gifts}
  • Imagical Seasons: Spring, Crochet Couture for Kids 2-12 by Alla Koval ($24.95) {Even if you don’t have a kid to crochet for the lace patterns in this book are awesome!}
  • Slouch Hat Crochet Patterns (Vol. 2) by Rebecca Langford ($7.99) {Another Christmas gift!}
  • The Perfect Product Line: The Grace Collection by Pam Grice ($16.00) {a great set that includes a hat, cowl, fingerless gloves, & boot cuffs}
  • The Plaid Collection: 14 Cozy Crochet Patterns in Classic Plaid by Bethany Dearden ($6.99) {a whole set of buffalo plaid crocheted items.  The baby trapper hat is on my list to make!}
  • Crochet Rug Making by Morgan Roberts ($15.00) {this is a set of video tutorials & I can’t wait to make one!}
  • Little Miss Wheo by Carla Schwind ($5.50) {this is the cutest little mermaid doll with curly hair!  It needs to be on my hook soon!}

Okay, I have yet to start any of these, but here’s a picture of some more embroidery designs I have ready to stitch up.  The top one comes from Modern Embroidery Pattern Set by Stitcharama & the bottom ones are from The Embroidery Project: All In The Details by Mollie Johanson, both under the “embroidery” heading.

Cross Stitch

  • Cross Stitch Pattern Collection by Susan Fitzgerald ($18.00) {a cute bunny, elephant, & sheep with an awesome quilt like pattern in the outline}
  • Geometric Birds & Animals Collection by galabornpatterns ($38.94) {these are so cool looking!}
  • Spirited Animals Bundle : Queen Bee and Spirited Animals Alphabet by Dana Batho (business name Peacock & Fig) ($19.98) {the queen bee needs to hang in my craft room : D}
  • Summer/Winter Wreath by Jenny Van De Wiele ($10.00) {cute heart shaped wreaths made up of images of the season}

I have a whole roll of cross stitch fabric & a whole box of thread left behind by my son.  He had a thing for cross stitch at one time!  It’s waiting for some of these fabulous patterns, but right now here’s some more great patterns from The Embroidery Project: All In The Details by Mollie Johanson in the embroidery section.  Look at those cute little thread spools & mushrooms!



These are all books & courses about the fiber arts!  I’m really looking forward to learning from all of these.  : )

  • Creative Cloth by Linda Matthews ($15.00)
  • Printing on Fabric: Instinctual Mark-Making, Screen & Stencil Printing by Ellie Beck ($47.00)
  • Shibori & Natural Dyeing Course by Francesca Stone ($25.00)
  • Welcome to Weaving: Tips and Tricks for Weaving on a Frame Loom from Start to Finish by Lindsey Campbell ($30.00)
  • Luna: Macrame Wall Hanging Pattern by Krystle Luvis ($13.80)

Okay, these are all fabulous & I can’t wait to start on them, but for now, a few more embroidery patterns I’ve traced out to stitch up.  I told y’all I was on a “hand sew love” kick!  The lady with the mushroom {squee!} hat is from The Girl Gang: An Embroidery Pattern Bundle by cozyblue by Liz Stiglets, the feathers are from the Embroidery Pattern Set by Pumora ($94.00), & the bee is from the Insect Embroidery Pattern Set by Sarah Milligan.


Y’all I still haven’t learned to knit, but I want to!  This patterns are so awesome & maybe that will motivate me to try a little harder.  : )  I did try out the arm knitting which you can see below.

  • Cozy Christmas Knits by Jessica Bolof ($22.00)
  • Double or Nothing: Reversible Knitting for the Adventurous by Alasdair Post-Quinn ($17.95)
  • Essential Baby Knits by Tatsiana Matsiuk ($20.00)
  • How To Arm Knit with Cowl, Blanket and Pouf Pattern by Anne Weil ($16.00)
  • Weekend: Simple, Modern Knits by Jen Geigley ($27.00)
  • Fair Isle Knitting by Liat Gat ($26.77)
  • Fairy Tale Gloves by Shehla Ahmed ($5.99)

Here’s a picture of me trying out arm knitting from How To Arm Knit with Cowl, Blanket and Pouf Pattern by Anne Weil.  Let’s just say I need some more practice!  : D



  • Color in Quilting: A Trio of Simple Quilt Patterns + a Lesson in Effective Color Placement by Alison Glass ($36.00) {Alison Glass – squee!!!}
  • DIY Block Design: Your Designs From Sketchbook To Quilt by Alyce Blyth ($15.50) {I’m interested to see how someone else does this}
  • Mother’s Medallion Quilt by Becky Dietz & Cindy Leis ($35.00) {Such a beautiful pattern from Sisters at Hearts Miles Apart.  Lots of different settings & applique}
  • Quilting Jetgirl Best Selling Patterns by Yvonne Fuchs ($30.00) {3 awesome patterns from an awesome designer!  Includes one of her popular transparency patterns}
  • Solids: Five Quilt Patterns by Lauren Terry ($10.00) {solids are my nemesis, but there’s a buffalo plaid quilt in this collection that might change my mind!}
  • Get Quilty by Elise Cripe ($18.00) {A course for basic quilting & selecting fabrics with some awesome projects included}
  • Patchwork Planner & Journal by Becky Jorgensen ($14.99) {this planner looks like a winner to me!  It’s made in a black & white adult coloring style!}

With 3 quilts due for Christmas, I really don’t have time to start another right now!  Here’s a picture of the Hipster Teddy Bear by Stephanie Woodson I made from the group below.  So cute!


  • 10 Simple Sewing Projects for the Home: Even If You Only Know How to Sew a Straight Line by Corey Willis ($20.00) {sewing projects like curtains, pillows, & faux roman shades – which I need to make for my living room}
  • How to Sew Japanese Sewing Patterns by Rin Gomura-Elkan ($25.00) {I’m very interested in reading this!  I find patterns all the time in Japanese that I can’t always figure out}
  • Retro Rucksack & Penfield Pocket Tote: Two Essential Bag Sewing Patterns by Sara Curtis ($19.00) {using this pattern for a Christmas gift}
  • Sewing Fancy Dresses for Little Girls (Aged 3 and Under) by Tatiana Kozorovitsky ($19.99) {I’ve sewn many fancy dresses & I’m looking forward to seeing if this has any useful tips}
  • Sewing School 101: Simple Tips to Get You Stitching by Nicole Bennett ($9.99) {even though I’m a seasoned sewer I like to look through things like this because sometimes I learn things!}
  • Art Caddy Tote by Virginia Lindsay ($8.00) {this will be a great gift for any maker!}
  • Happytown Dolls: Maisie and Max Fly Kites by Anne Oliver ($9.99) {These are so cute & I need to find someone to make them for!}
  • Hipster Teddy Bear by Stephanie Woodson ($7.00) {this is such an easy pattern to sew up & I will be making more!}
  • Mr and Mrs Deer: DIY Woodland Felt Decorations by Jenny Blair ($7.00) {printed out & will be sewn up for my tree}
  • Patchwork Elephant and Baby Quilt by Abby Glassenberg ($9.00) {great set for a baby gift}

For my Hipster Teddy Bear, I used printed cotton, pink corduroy, & flower buttons for the eyes.  The “scarf” is a narrow mug cozy I already had stitched up.  This pattern includes a piece for glasses for the bear!  : D


I mentioned the Craftsy bonus at the beginning, but there are two more that come with the bundle too!

  • Earlybird Offer ~> FREE Craftsy offer during the first 4 days ($70 value)!!
  • 6 Month Digital Magazine Subscription + Instant Download of the Latest Issue from Make Modern ($29 value)
  • “Rock Your Craft Fair” Digital Planner from Crochetpreneur

I hope y’all will check out this awesome bundle & maybe y’all will love it as much as I do.  It would also make an awesome gift for a maker on your list!  Look on Instagram for pictures of my makes from the bundle as I work my way through it.  : )  Happy Monday!




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  1. Monique says:

    Thanks for explaining these bundles more fully…I was checking them out but needed some more info, which you have now provided 🙂
    My problem is going to be deciding which one I want to get first….

    • Kristie Cook says:

      This bundle comes with everything I’ve listed in this post for the price listed. Unless you’re looking at one of the other bundles! 😉

  2. Skye B says:

    So many awesome I spy’s 😃 loving how you’ve used the Tilda fabric, it looks so cool! Also loving that you’ve tried arm knitting 😃 and last but not least, loving the word ‘maker’, maybe that’s what I am 😊

    • Kristie Cook says:

      Thank you! I’m glad you like the way I’m using the Tilda fabric & I’m glad I still have some left 😉 I consider myself a “maker” since I enjoy making things in many different mediums 😉

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