Sew a scarf with a cell phone pocket so you won’t need to carry a wallet! This free sewing pattern uses fleece fabric to make the ultimate gift for anyone with a cell phone. It’s perfect for winter walks, sporting…
Sew an adorable coin purse with my free sewing pattern! This small zipper pouch pattern is perfect for using scraps, fussy cutting, applique, or machine embroidery. This blog post has been converted to an optional PDF that’s optimized for printing….
I’m so excited to announce a partnership with Sulky Threads that’s been in the works for months and now it’s time! Lots of you have asked for a video showing how to make my free Twice as Nice Zippered Organizer…
If you’re looking for free patterns for DIY pencil cases or pen pouches for your binder, bag or backpack, you’ve come to the right place. Each link includes a free tutorial with easy sewing instructions even beginner sewists can follow. Keep reading for some cute and stylish storage solutions.
At my daughter Chloe’s high school (can you believe my baby started high school???), the lunch lines are so long that she has been skipping lunch! She’s always starving by the time she gets home because she doesn’t want to carry a big lunch bag as well as her heavy backpack – poor girl!
Sew an easy card wallet using natural cork fabric. This new textile is durable, beautiful, and easy to sew! This free pattern is a great starter project – or a great way to use up scraps.
Need a gift bag, knitting or crochet bag, lunch bag… lingerie, shoe, make-up, scrap, button, or little bag for any other reason?
Sew up a delightful Drawstring Ditty Bag with my free tutorial!
Sew an easy collar for your dog, cat, llama, or iguana! This fun and easy sewing project uses simple supplies – just fabric, a d-ring, and some velcro.
Here’s how I made a narrow (but still scrappy!) dog leash for our new puppy… It’s so much fun to make your own pet accessories!
Sew up a fast and easy bag that snaps shut and is perfect for holding just a few essentials. There is a handle on top and a pocket on the back for holding things you don’t want to lose track of.