Sew a small purse in the cutest shape everyone wants right now – a Baguette Bag! This purse may be small but you can still pack it with everything you need. It will hold your phone, wallet, sunglasses, pens, lipstick, and still have room for all those receipts we are handed. My readers asked me to write them a free sewing pattern for a baguette shaped purse – and here it is! With step by step photo instructions and downloadable templates, you will be able to sew this purse in an afternoon.
The cutest holiday sewing pattern on the web is free… Sew adorable Christmas gnomes to cheer up every room in your house!
Sew a darling snap pouch with vinyl pockets on the inside for first aid items, toiletries, cosmetics, or anything else! Don’t be fooled because this project is sewn with vinyl. It’s very easy! And I even have a video to show you how. I LOVE this handy pouch!
I’m so excited to share this new bag pattern with you! It’s been a while since my last tote bag sewing tutorial and I really need a new bag, lol.
Sew a storage bin out of fabric from your stash! This generously sized bin with a foldover lid will help you organize your closet, but it’s so pretty you won’t want to hide it away. This free sewing pattern for a fabric storage bin is perfect for organizing towels or linens, toys and kids’ stuff, or even fabric. The vinyl window on the front lets you see everything inside too.
Sew a beautiful clutch bag with 3 zippered compartments!
This sweet little bag has 3 zippers on the exterior, plus another zipper on a coin pocket inside.
Keep everything you need handy – and organized – in the car with this sweet little bag! Mine holds my phone (and the cords, lol), a couple pens, and anything else I want to toss in there quick while I’m driving. From the front you can see it has all the features that we noticed on this month’s Pinterest Un-Tutorial. But there’s more…
Sew your own DIY Cosmetic Case with just a few sewing supplies including regular quilting cotton. My free sewing pattern is very easy and has step by step photos to make each part as clear as can be.
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’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.