Organized crochet hooks are a beautiful thing – it’s so easy to find just the one you want. Sew up this handy little case for your crochet hooks and they’ll always be at your fingertips. But really, you can make this fold over case to fit so many different items that I didn’t want to limit you.
I love cloth napkins. They are classy and impressive for any meal, and your friends don’t have to know that you simply ran out of paper napkins. Or stopped buying them because you have a drawerful of beautiful cloth napkins that you made yourself, right?
Sew an adorable modern baby quilt with sailboat blocks and a gorgeous ocean pieced with quarter square triangles! This easy baby quilt pattern includes tips for sewing fast and easy half square triangles and quarter square triangles. It’s perfect for a girl or a boy, because everyone loves sailboats.
Learn how to sew a cute zipper pouch that is long enough to hold pencils, markers, sunglasses, cosmetics, ‘girl supplies’, and more! I really love the size and shape of this case. It’s perfect for throwing in another purse or bag so I can keep my things organized.
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.
I’m so excited about this amazing cross body bag… it’s my new favorite purse! My original sewing project idea was for a cross body tote only, but I usually carry my bags over one shoulder, so I made the strap convertible. I love the double- strap look! You don’t have to use clips like this or make the strap convertible… I’ll explain how to sew it both ways.
Sew a cute clamshell bag just the way you like it! Without anything fancy, this zipper bag is just right for holding supplies, cosmetics, or small things when you travel. But if you add exterior pockets and handles it makes a darling handbag.
The bow tie quilt block makes the perfect quilt for a baby boy, I think. It’s sweet and simple and goes with just about any fabric. But it makes an adorable little girl quilt too… so let’s not discriminate!
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