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!
Do you need some fresh new ideas for sewing machine bobbin storage? Check out these clever DIY ideas to store your bobbins for free that will work for almost any sewing machine.
Sew a row of pockets to keep extra things off your nightstand and organize your bedside!
Sew a remote control organizer for your living room or bedroom and keep all of your essential items handy and organized.
Sew up a cute square basket that’s perfect for keeping, giving away, organizing your home, and showing off to all your friends!
This easy basket tutorial is doubly amazing because it is totally fat quarter friendly. All you need to make it is two coordinating fat quarters and 1/2 yard of fusible fleece.
Last week I decided to turn my sewing room bathroom into a lovely space instead of a storage-closet-with-a-shower-and-toilet.
Sew up a double sided pouch to help you organize your cosmetics, sewing and craft items, art supplies, travel necessities, and more! This zippered case has two angled compartments that hold more than they appear to. Plus the inside of the pockets is sewn with vinyl so you can easily see what’s inside.
Wow! This is a great little organizer. Every month I wonder how our Un-Tutorials project is going to turn out (I sometimes doubt a tiny bit), and then every month you make me sew something awesome, lol!
Okay, I know that ‘Hanging Organizer with pockets’ is the most boring name that I could possibly come up with but the amazing thing about this latest sewing tutorial is that you sew each pocket separately before sewing them all together in a column (heck, you could even sew them in a horizontal row if you wanted).