I’m all for DIYing, but I’ve got to say, I’m not much of a sewer! My Mother was epic behind her sewing machine, and I wish that her serious skills were passed down to me! But, alas, I guess practice makes perfect, right? If you want to practice your sewing, without taking on something too tedious, you’d best keep reading! These are 10 of my favorite sewing projects!
Every baker, cooker, or dabbler needs an apron, and even if you have one, every baker could use a spare (or two…) I am in love with this vintage inspired apron from Purl Soho.
You never realize how awful it is to not have a pot holder until…you don’t have a pot holder. Make your own and keep your hands blister free with this tutorial.
Is it just me, or do dishtowels get super disgusting, super fast? Purchasing them over and over can get expensive, so I suggest using another tutorial from Purl Soho. They’re only super simple!
I’m not exactly sure that I trust myself to sew an ENTIRE shower curtain, but I’m one for a challenge! This bathroom is instantly brightened with a DIY polka dotted shower curtain brought to you by Beckham and Belle.
Show your family that you love them with a little crafting, and a great tutorial from Thirty Handmade Days. When choosing the color of your “hearts” pick something that is sure to draw attention, like these polka dots!
I saw a shower curtain just like this from Anthropoloogie, and it cost an arm and a leg! Improve your sewing skills while improving the state of your bathroom with a DIY ruffled shower curtain courtesy of Ella Apparel. I’m certainly a fan!
Who knew that you could sew yourself a brand new cushion? If yours are rotting away before your very eyes, it’s time to break out that sewing machine! This blogger walks you through the DIY process, and she even made her own cushions out of an old shirt. Heck yes!
WARNING: Once you DIY yourself a floor poof, you won’t ever consider going without one! Prepare to make one for your ENTIRE family! Floor poofs are comfy, cute, and easy to make. Use this tutorial for an easy sewing experience!
Gold accents are a MUST when it comes to coastal home decor. The gold adds depth and an incredible tone that one wouldn’t be able to recreate with any other color. Incorporate gold into your coastal decor; the easy way! Use this tutorial from Simply Designing to make your own.
If you’ve spent a season away at summer camp, you’ve definitely got a few bandanas hanging around! Use your super crafty skills to sew an elastic band into a clean bandana; they’re the perfect bowl cover. Make your own with a tutorial from Sadie Seasongoods. You could even give these to your neighbors as a Christmas gift!
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