It’s getting chilly, time to sew this cozy hooded scarf. (AD) Get the sewing pattern here.
Today’s feature is a great tutorial for a project to keep your sewing room organized on a small budget. If you’re worried about not having multiple storage plastic drawers, you should DEFINITELY check out this tutorial as in this tutorial you can learn to sew your own mini pouches with a vinyl window which makes them PERFECT for storing notions or any other small stuff.
In this post I’m sharing hearty easy potholder tutorial. A perfect last minute gift to sew for beginners for someone who LOVES to cook. This is the second post in the series of Hearty Last Minute Gifts to Sew. Wohoo! I’m really glad I get to keep my promise for the series that I made you girls few posts ago. 😀
This tutorial is SUPER DUPER easy and only has SIX steps. Yes, six. This means you can sew these hot pads in a VARIETY of fabrics for EVERYONE in your family and friends circle who LOVES to spend time in the kitchen. Awesome right? Just customize each of the hot pads with a color of the fabric that the future receiver loves and you will be good to go!
Okay, enough talks now onto the hot-pad tutorial for beginners!
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Imagine a tote that can snuggle into your bag? How cool would that be. So easy to carry to shop for groceries and stuff.
Fabric toys are such great way of giving back to the environment by lessening the use of plastics. Plus, you can make them in any size you want. Check out this fabric whale tutorial with free pattern by Camelot Fabrics and make one for your baby, or the friend’s baby or any baby as a gift!
Today’s feature makes a PERFECT gift for men to store their tools in one handy place. You can sew it now to gift it to your favorite man as holiday gift.
This is something that all the embroiders are going to love. Such a handy way to store all the needles and scissors. Get the tutorial here.
Here’s another great summer project, a hooded towel that too in the Harry Potter theme. Get the tutorial at Raegun Ramblings.
Wow! It’s back to school season again, which brings us to the main reason behind this post. Last week I shared how to make angry birds bag to help you make a one of a kind bag for your toddlers. This week I’m sharing Ombre Ruffled Zipper Pouch Tutorial. These pouches would be perfect for any age group. I made one for my make-up storage and the other as a gift for a friend. The uses of these pouches are just countless, so it’s a must make.
Sunglasses are a must have for this hot season. And if you’re like me who keeps on losing sunglasses case every now and then, you definitely need this tutorial. It’s a super easy and quick to sew project and in the end you will have a super cute sunglasses or glasses case in your favorite fabric.