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.
Have piles of scraps and aren’t sure what to do with them? We can help!
This post over at The Sewing Loft will help you figure out your game plan! Simple steps will get you started, and then a whole bunch of beautiful display and storage options will make your creative space happier and more simple to use!
There’s still time to sew up a few more gifts before Christmas, right? If you’re looking for something kids or teens are sure to love, check out this tutorial for a portable pillow bed:
This portable pillow bed is perfect for lounging on anytime, anywhere, and makes everything from reading books to playing video games a little more comfy. All you need to make one is a flat sheet and 5 pillows, so it’s inexpensive to put together. It’s an easy sew too! Check out the simple tutorial at It’s Always Autumn.
Let’s face it, the Christmas tree can look bare and (ahem) naked until those presents are piled underneath. Why not add a tree skirt? When adding a Christmas tree skirt under the tree, think outside the box. Your tree skirt doesn’t need to stick to the traditional red and green colorway. Sewing modern Christmas tree skirts will guarantee that, your tree will be the talk of the town!
Check out these ideas for modern Christmas Tree skirt tutorials:
Gather together your baskets of scraps and make patchwork presents for everyone you love!
The links to all of these free tutorials can be found at SewCanShe.
Coloring books are all the rage these days and you can find fun pages everywhere but how about a coloring skirt?
This fabulous idea comes from Crafterhours and think that any little girl would love to grab the markers and start doodling! The post will show you how to transform one yard of this super cool fabric into 3 easy to wear skirts.
With the holidays coming up, what better way to dress up the boys than with a dapper vest? Get the FREE vest pattern and tutorial from Melly Sews here.
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.