Personally, I've made several projects based on her tutorials. I'd like to share them with you now:
My first MADE project was Monogrammed Felt Ornaments
Next I made my son and daughter Hobo Sacks
I was so in love with these bags that I decided to make one for each of my sons little friends
I ended up using some semi-hideous corduroy fabric to make my son a pair of pants using her basic Kid Pant tutorial. I wasn't happy with the end result, but they were still fun to make.
I even added pockets using MADE's Pocket Tutorial, though it's hard to make out the pocket in this photo.
For Valentine's Day I couldn't resist copying off of her Heartbreaker Valentines, although I did add a few different ones into the mix.
I finally mustered up the courage to try using freezer paper to make a posterized image stencil. I chose to do Shane Victorino of the Philadelphia Phillies. I put the image on knit fabric, then sewed it onto the 90 Minute Shirt I made him.
The most intimidating project I did of hers was probably the recycled grocery tote bag. I was worried that ironing the plastic bags would release certain toxins in the air, but I went for it anyway. God knows I had/have plenty of grocery bags in my pantry just waiting to be made use of.
When I saw this incredible robot fabric I knew I'd be making my son and husband matching PJ's. I made my sons pants using MADE's basic kid pant tutorial. I used a pattern to make my husbands PJ pants.
For a friend I made a couple crib sheets using the crib/toddler bed tutorial
A summer scarf seemed only appropriate.
The Shirt Dress tutorial is one I had my eye on from the beginning. After nearly 10 months, I made a couple.
Last, but not least, Sprinkle Shirts. I made a "T" shirt for my son and an "e" shirt for my 1-year-old second cousin.
Am I done making stuff from her website? Heck no! Will I continue to cyber-stalk her projects? Yes.
As I said, hers is my favorite sewing blog out there!