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.
Sewing a cute and easy tote bag is twice as fast when you don’t have to make the handles! I think these rope handled totes are my favorite bags I’ve ever made. They are the perfect size – about 10” tall and 16” wide but they hold a LOT of stuff. Tonight I took one to a youth activity and I filled it with about 8 yards of fabric, scissors, a pincushion, pattern weights, 4 patterns, and an extra package of needles in the inside pocket. I didn’t want to bring my purse, so I also stuffed keys, sunglasses, and my phone in. No problem.
I had so much fun last week letting you guess which of the leggings above were sewn with the serger and coverstitch and which ones I made entirely on my home sewing machine. Well here’s the answer: the orange leggings on the left with blackberries are the ‘fancy’ ones that I sewed with my serger and new coverstitch machine. The aqua leggings look almost exactly the same and I used my sewing machine only. How did I do it? I’m going to show you!
Sew an easy tote bag with a cute bunny applique design on it! If course you can grab the free bunny applique pattern and put it on somthing else, but I’m going to show you a trick for easily having a big applique on a bag -you sew on the applique before sewing the bag!
I’m so excited to share with you this new little clutch bag pattern! I’ve been loving a whole lot of little bags that I see on Pinterest – especially those that have a zipper compartment on the inside – so I decided to incorporate a little zipper pouch inside this little bag.
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.
With less than a half-yard of fabric, you can make an easy to sew storage bag. These are perfect for keeping shoes protected from everything else in your bag – or maybe keeping everything else protected from your shoes, lol!
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!