Crafty Little Things to Sew – blog hop!


It’s time for the Crafty Little Things to Sew blog hop! I’m so excited to share with you a closer look at the projects in my new book! Crafty Little Things to Sew has just been released – and at the perfect time for holiday sewing. This book has you covered with sewing gifts for just about everyone on your list.

When I seriously decided to make Crafty Little Things to Sew (the book) happen, I asked a bunch of my favorite bloggers for their most clever ideas. I sorted through all the emails that I got and picked 12 amazing projects. Then I set to work designing 8 more that would round out the perfect sewing book of crafty and useful items.

So now I get to start off this blog hop by sharing the 8 sewing projects that I designed.

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The Circle Zip Shopping tote folds up and tucks into it’s own (attached) zipper pocket when you’re not using it!

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The Crafty Biz Apron has pockets all around – plus a hidden zipper pocket under the waistband for cash or receipts.

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This Easy Wallet has a ton of pockets for cards and cash too!

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Sew beautiful (and reversible) barstool cushions for your kitchen with my easy to follow instructions.

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My Zip Flat Lunch Tote (probably my favorite project of all!) unzips on the sides to make a handy lunch mat. Eat anywhere!

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And iron anywhere with my fold-up iron mats. They have insulated batting inside to protect your counter or table – and I share how to make 2 different sizes.

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This kid sized backpack is super easy – plus it unbuttons on the sides to get just a bit bigger on the inside when needed.

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An apron is the perfect gift! Use my simple pattern and 2 of your favorite fabrics to make this easy and sweet apron with pockets. I even show you how to make your own bias binding for matching trim and ties.

Thanks so much for checking out the sewing patterns I designed for the Crafty Little Things to Sew Book. I hope you love it as much as I do!



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  1. Rosemary B says:

    I would love to win this book

  2. Barbara Gilbert says:

    Caroline, the link to Gingercake just does a 404.

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