Give your bed linens an instant update with new pillowcases. These lovelies combine the silkiness of solid satin with the pretty softness of flannel. An easy roll-and-turn construction method creates finished seams inside and out.
It snaps closed and opens wide to carry a pair of shoes, a change of clothes, and all the extras you need to get back to your workout routine. The lining is water-resistant ripstop nylon so you can toss in damp items.
This earns our Sewing Survival Emblem as a beginner-friendly project that takes just a couple yards of fabric. If a full-coverage apron feels like too much, switch to a lightweight half apron for casual cooking and serving.
Dining out these days might mean your own backyard. Outdoor dining takes a little creativity in order to keep everything from blowing away. These darling, durable placemats have built-in pockets to hold flatware and/or napkins.
For new moms who prefer to cover up when nursing, this solution has boning encased in a channel along the top to create a little curved window so you can keep on eye on happy baby from up above.
Yay for the cloth napkin! Our floating rick rack technique lets you to fancy-up a standard cloth napkin as a gift or just for everyday. It’s fun and easy, and you may already have everything you need on hand to whip up a stack in no time.
Looking for a quick and easy way to fancy-up your windows? A valance is faster than traditional curtain panels, and can even be used in conjunction with curtains or blinds to add some fashion flair. It’s like a little window skirt.
If you’re driving, your passengers are allowed to doze off, and this adjustable pillow lets them do that in comfort. No more banging their heads against the window or risking a neck cramp just to get a little shut-eye on the road.
It earns our Sewing Survival emblem because the construction is fast and easy, but without sacrificing any style! You can make this beautiful bag in an afternoon, learning straight seams, topstitching, and boxed corners.
Keep cords tidy with these quick and easy wraps. We offer two sizes: one small for things like tiny ear buds, another for larger items, like power cords. They take just teensy scraps of fabric. We used pre-cuts.
This fast and easy pillowcase project demonstrates a construction technique known as “burrito style.” It creates nicely finished seams inside and out with an easy roll-and-turn method.
The box pleat is one of the easiest pleating techniques to master. We’ve used the inverted version to create a pair of simple yet stunning pillows. Use a single or double pleat; we give you measurements for either version.
This would be a perfect learn-to-sew project for kids! We show how to stitch right through the paper pattern pieces to make it simple to keep curves and angles spot-on, even around the sharp corners and tight curves.