It’s getting chilly, time to sew this cozy hooded scarf. (AD) Get the sewing pattern here.
Today’s feature is a cute gift to sew for a baby. A stuffed taggie toy, which is a super simple and quick to sew project and makes an eco-friendly toy.
Today’s project is a perfect gift to sew for little babies. A stay-on bib. It comes with FREE PATTERN and tutorial. You can get the steps on Easy Sewing for Beginners.
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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In this tutorial I’m sharing how to make lined zippered pouch. This post is a part of Hearty Last Minute Gifts To Sew series.
Welcome to the NEW series that I promised few days ago where I would be sharing some quick and easy sewing projects PERFECT as last minute gifts. Yeay!
Holidays are ALMOST around the corner and some of us might not even have realized it. Which is why I decided to share some super quick sewing projects that would just take an hour or less to make but would be PERFECT as gifts. You can make several of them for all the family members in a day or two and not worry about what to gift. Alternatively, you can also check out some of the gift guides I’ve put together if you do not have time to sew.
Okay now let’s get started with the post where I show you how to make lined zipper pouch!
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Holiday season is JUST around the corner! How many of you are done sewing your gifts? If you’re short of ideas then do NOT worry because I’m sharing 7 amazing books that you can pick up NOW to get some sewing inspiration to sew your next gift.
The ideas in these books range from beginner to intermediate so choose the book that’s best to your sewing level. Onto the list!
Today’s feature is a sewing pattern by Kwik Sew for a very handy gift for the grandparents or anyone who uses a wheelchair. It’s a pattern for a wheelchair and walker carrier bag. You can get the pattern from Amazon.
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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.
I’ve found the cutest thing to sew for the little boys. Bandana bib tutorial. Isn’t it adorable? Click on the link to go to the tutorial. Please pin from the original source.
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!