Two seams and two+ yards of fleece = one stylish and easy accessory! Sew a poncho with this tutorial and video from Melly Sews. Get the full instructions here.
Need a last minute gift? Sew a zipper pouch. These zipper pouches only take 15 minutes! Great scrapbusters and there’s even a VIDEO tutorial. Watch the video and read the tutorial at Melly Sews.
These Hand Sanitizer Jackets from The Inspired Wren are a great scrap-busting project and the perfect gifts for all the teachers in your life! Get the tutorial for this quick sew and check those teachers off your gift list!
Got 10 minutes and 1/2 yard of fabric then you should make an infinity scarf! Infinity scarves are one of my favorite things to sew this time of year. They are cozy, make comfy errand running outfits look more put together, and make for great gifts.
Tired of using a random collection of trivets and hot pads when you serve big holiday meals? Here’s the solution! This reversible table runner is insulated to protect your table from hot serving dishes this Thanksgiving and beyond. It’s a quick, afternoon project; get the tutorial at The Inspired Wren and be ready for the holidays in no time.
It can be difficult to find the perfect gift for your sewing friends. You may not share the same taste in fabric or you’re not sure what sewing tools they already own. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for your sewing friends, a sewing themed t-shirt may be the perfect idea. Check out this awesome list of 15+ sewing themed t-shirts that are sure to please the sewing enthusiast on your Christmas gift list. Or better yet, casually send it to someone who might be looking for the perfect gift to give you!
Need a yarn wig (or four) for Halloween? Or maybe just for everyday dress up? These are the perfect homemade toppers for ready-to-wear costumes. Learn how to sew one here!
Ready to make your kitchen your own? Choosing your favorite fabric is a great way to personalize and add color to your space. We’ve rounded up free tutorials and patterns to help spice up your dining and food prep experience! Ready? Let’s get sewing!
Before you can make dinner, you need food! Here’s a great shopping tote tutorial!
If you forget your tote and end up with plastic bags to store, you’ll want a grocery bag holder to keep the chaos under control.
To dress your table, sew up your own placemats! You won’t believe how fast and easy they are to make!
And at each place setting you’ll need cloth napkins. With this tutorial you’ll be amazed at your perfectly mitered corners!
When things get hot you’ll want a pot holder, for sure —
And at the end of the day you’ll want cute dish towels to help clean up!
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Do you sew something special for Back-to-School? Whether they’ve already started back or the first day is right around the corner you can make them feel extra loved, by sewing up one (or more) of these 20+ Free Back-to-School sewing patterns.