Does your living room need an update or some personality? Free sewing patterns with easy tutorials for pillows, cushions, baskets, decor and more is the answer. See my 13 free living room projects to sew below. Our Living…
The Amazing A-Frame Organizer with cut-out handles and pleated pockets is going to change your life! Which room do you need it in? Your sewing room, living room, kids’ play room, bathroom, baby’s room? Yes, yes, yes, and yes. And if your fat quarters are on the slightly generous side, you might even be able to make this free sewing project with fat quarters!
Have you ever wanted to sew your own hanging storage baskets? Well, anything with fabric, I’m your girl! Here is a hanging storage basket tutorial that is really, really easy. Trust me.
This hanging storage basket tutorial is fat quarter friendly too! I used 2 fat quarters for each basket – one for the exterior and one for the lining. I grabbed an easy wooden curtain rod kit and painted it white and was good to go – easy!
Organize your home (and life!) with these fabric storage baskets. They fit perfectly in Ikea cubby shelves, and fold up when not in use!
Sew a quilted storage bag to keep the your quilts, winter clothes, and your best fabrics organized all year long.
These totes are great for saving space and keeping annoying moths and bugs (gasp!) away from your stuff.
I know you’ve been waiting for this… Get everything organized with this darling rectangular fabric basket that is so sturdy it can stand up by itself! Yes, you can sew a professional looking fabric basket using easy to find supplies – no one will guess that you made it yourself.
Are you looking for a cute way to organize a messy drawer – or an instant handmade gift basket that’s just the right size for little goodies?
Sew up a cute Petit Four basket! This free sewing pattern from ByAnnie is great because it uses just a little bit of fabric and stabilizer (perfect for leftover 10” squares), it’s really fast, and it’s super easy.
Sew a multi-purpose organizer that’s perfect for taking your favorite craft supplies, classroom items, or baby gear on the go. Use my free sewing pattern to make it using your favorite fabrics and it will be the most beautiful caddy you’ve ever had.
How’s this for a tiny mini quilt? We’ve been having so much fun making mini quilts lately (see all the patterns in the menu bar above)… that I decided to see how tiny I could make a mini. These tiny quilts turned out so cute, less than 2” tall and perfect for DIY magnets.
Hey there! Is your fabric all nicely organized in a way that inspires you to sew more?
If not, I’ve got some fabric storage tips for you!