Easy and simple sewing projects suitable for beginners.
Autumn Sewing Ideas
Nature’s timeless colors of autumn – shades of reds, golds, oranges, browns, and tans nearly invite us to our sewing work-spaces. Now is a great time to add to our fall wardrobe and home decor.
Easy Projects to Sew Using Bandanas
The bandana has become an iconic summer fabric favorite. Like its Americana counterpart - blue jeans, it has withstood the test of time.
Easy To Sew Capes, Ponchos, Wraps
The graceful flowing lines of a cape with its charming hairstyle–saving hood, easy pull-over-the-head poncho or unstructured wrap/shawl styles become chic outerwear when you sew them from this season’s luxurious fleece, wools and wool-blends.
Free Pot Holder Pattern and Tutorial
A potholder is a great beginner sewing project. It requires only a small amount of fabric and batting and can be completed in a short amount of time. Potholders also make wonderful gifts for the holidays, especially as a hostess gift. Learn how to make an easy potholder with this tutorial.
Roll Up Organizers
Practical and eminently functional, roll up organizers can simplify our hectic lifestyles by keeping frequently used supplies conveniently corralled and easy to access. Hand-made fabric roll up organizers make for great gifts and are extremely useful for travel as well.
Sewing A Basic Pot Holder
Cutting and assembly instructions for the free potholder pattern and tutorial.
Sewing Cloth Napkins - Basic Hem
Sewing instructions for making cloth napkins with a basic hem. Part of the "How to Sew" lesson series.
Sewing Cloth Napkins - Mitered Hem
Sewing instructions for making cloth napkins with a mitered hem. Part of the "How to Sew" lesson series.
Sewing the Receiving Blanket
Learn how to sew an easy receiving blanket that makes a wonderful gift for a new baby!
Zipper Pouch Pattern - How to Sew Series Sewing Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Sewing Site Map
A beginner sewing project - an easy zipper pouch, great for keeping your small items organized. Part of the "How to Sew" lesson series.
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