Have you ever tried sewing a rag rug? It’s not too hard, and it’s easy on the budget. You just need some fabric in your stash that you don’t mind ripping up. If you’re want a new rug made from fabric, check out these instructions for making your own!
Sew the best ironing board cover you ever had with my free pattern that covers everything! It’s way more fun to press on a clean ironing board, don’t you think? I’m embarrassed to show you how bad my ironing board cover was… but if I don’t, you won’t believe the transformation!
I’ve got 2 beautiful new hanging organizers in my studio… thanks to you!
This was the sewing project that you voted for me to make this month, and it turned out so well.
I’m so excited to share with you my free sewing pattern for a kitchen mixer cover. I’ve been wanting to make this project for a long time, and it turned out so fabulous!
Organize and store your fabric scraps in ways that will help you to actually use them! It’s not hard to do, and it could even be fun!
Sew a useful organizer for your car so you’ll have a spot to hold your purse, phone, sunglasses – and everything else you need to keep handy. Have you noticed that most new cars these days don’t build-in a spot for a bag or purse? It can be so frustrating – until now. My readers asked me to write them a sewing pattern for a spot to put all your stuff in your car – and here it is! This project uses easy to find (and inexpensive) mesh fabric that you can buy online or in stores. Let me show you how to make it!
Organize your spaces by sewing cute baskets to hold all the things! This easy fabric basket pattern can be sewn with almost any kind of fabric – and it’s fat quarter friendly. There is a small loop at the back so you can hang your basket too.
Sew a darling mug caddy to store sewing notions, office tools, or art supplies with just one or 2 fat quarters of fabric! There are 5 pockets around the outside of the fabric mug cover, plus an inside layer to show off more pretty fabric. I know there are other mug caddy sewing patterns out there, but I think you’ll love mine the best. It’s patterned after my #10 Caddy Pattern, and as a special bonus to SewCanShe readers – I’m sharing this mug organizer pattern with you for free in the blog post below
Organize your home with easy to sew fold up baskets that can be sewn from a fat quarter! This fast and easy project make a great gift.
Doesn’t those spools of thread organized in the colors of the rainbow make you happy! It does me! I think human eyes love to see rainbows, there is just something so joyful about them. Let me show you how to arrange your threads in ROYGBIV order!