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This cool carryall can be worn as a backpack, crossbody, or carried by hand. Study canvas is combined with bright sport nylon plus extra accents in the faux leather base, webbing, and mesh. Don’t worry; those zippers are easy.

Can't you just picture Harrison Ford (the young version!) slinging this amazing duffle over his shoulder as Indiana Jones?! We blended heavy cotton canvas and faux leather with webbing and brass zipper accents for the dashing exterior. Inside is a tough ripstop nylon lining. Even if you're not a world-renowned archeologist and adventurer, this bag

The utilitarian, get-down-to-business style works well for women, men, even kids. You’ll love the tough riveted canvas, zippered pocket, and a cool slide buckle belt that cinches in place at waist or hip level.

Got something to say? Make a messenger bag with a real message! We used iron-on letters to create our FACT-FICTION phrase. Button flap pockets and a cool closure are just the start of the hardworking, everyman/woman style.

Sturdy and stylin’! Use this tote to haul in a generous load of wood. A double layer of outdoor fabric is not only tough, but also stain and water resistant. And those dowel-pocket handles look fancy, but are super easy to sew.

Football season is here! Show your pride with a fan-favorite tailgate apron in team logo fabric. Using both a solid and a stripe in coordinating team colors for the lining, pockets, and bottom accent band adds extra team spirit.

We originally designed this clever caddy for travelers. It’s perfect to slip onto a hotel hanger, fill with any valuables, then cover up with a hanging garment. But it works equally well in your own closet for outfit planning.

The original inspiration for this project came from our official Sew4Home You Asked 4 It list. When you send us a request or comment online about something you'd like to see, we add it to this list. Then, we refer to the list when we're creating new designs. You wanted more aprons for guys, and

Wrap up your favorite someone in this snuggly rag quilt with its special “secret admirer” heart appliqué. A rag quilt is sewn together so the seams show on the outside. After washing and drying, the seams begin gently fray or rag.

Toasty. That’s what this blanket is all about. We layered a plush Sherpa style faux fur with a rich faux suede then bound it all around with the suede. The natural tones and classic plaid have the rustic look of a lumberjack coat.

The "fanny pack" is back. It's showing up alongside other flashback fashions from the seventies and eighties on retail shelves. Of course, we felt a slightly new spin was in order for this favorite, on-the-go storage solution. Our Mini Waist Pack version has been jazzed up with cool colors and a contrasting zipper, and it's
There's nothing like a thick, snuggly blanket to make everything better. And, there's nothing easier than our blanket tutorial. A handsome binding in alternating fabrics is set against a field of soft, double-sided fleece. We personalized our project with a name embroidered in one corner. Even if you're brand new to sewing, you can create
On the "Quilting Easy-ness Scale," the rag quilt ranks right at the top. It's sewn with the seams exposed, and the whole idea is to create a softly rumpled, very cuddly, wrap-me-up-now result. If you have someone heading off to school, this is a wonderful blanket to send along to remind them of the warm
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