12 Easy Sewing Projects to Make & Sell! {free patterns}


I often get emails from enteprenurial darlings who would like to use my sewing patterns and tutorials to sell cute things at craft fairs or in their Etsy Shop. My answer is always YES!!!

I would LOVE for you to grow your business, free yourself from a tedious job, or simply use your scraps to make more fabric money using my designs.

So here are 12 free sewing tutorials that are the most asked about (but of course you may use any of my free sewing patterns) to sew and sell:




The Narrow Scrappy Pet Leash & Cage Comforter are super, super easy!

For bigger pets, check out the regular Scrappy Pet Leash. It’s approximately 1 1/4” wide. (That counts as 2 😉 )




The Fold & Stitch Wallet is great for kids or adults.




Add a few drops of an essential oil blend to this DIY Heating Pad and it will be uniquely yours to take to market!




Nothing could be easier than these pretty Journaling Bookmarks – and if you have an embroidery machine, you can personalize them too.




Clippie Zippies are an easy make, especially if you have extra bias binding to use up – and you can customize the front with mesh, vinyl, or regular fabric.




Have extra fabric strips? Make Wrist Strap Keychains!




The pattern that people want to make and sell the most is my Peek-a-Boo Pouch. Once you see how easy it is to sew, you will too.




Everybody wants to give handmade baby gifts, but not everyone knows how to make them! The Big Pocket Baby Clutch fits the bill.




Sew and sell like a pro with this Cell Phone Wallet Purse. There are card slots and a coin pocket on the back.


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Nearly everybody needs a lanyard at work… you can sew the prettiest ones that everyone wants.




Sew Tiny Bags using scraps left over from bigger bags. It’s a win-win!

Have fun and remember you can use any of my Free Sewing Patterns!


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  1. sandy anker says:

    This is so generous. My 17yo daughter opened an Etsy shop to help pay for her summer ballet intensives in NYC. Your patterns will help her make some lovely additions to the shop. Thank you for your generous spirit! <3

  2. I love your video with tips for storing fabric…it looks exactly like my craft room. Thank you for letting me know I’m not alone with my fabric obsession!

  3. Bonnie Ro says:

    I love your newsletter, patterns and tutorials.

  4. ELIANE DE MELLO says:


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