Everyone loves sewing for baby! We have rounded up some of our favorite easy to sew projects for baby, from blankets to dresses to toys. You can make the special little one in your life a handmade gift, or three, with this incredible heart-felt round up.
Whether you have a new family member on the way or need a sure-to-be-a-hit gift for a baby shower, this burp cloth is a must-have accessory. The heat-retaining bottle pocket makes them the perfect on-the-go solution.
Classic lines and simple geometry add a distinctive touch to your décor. Have fun with contrasting colors or indulge your fondness for tone-on-tone subtlety. The result is a simple object with striking effect.
We all know what it’s like to find your most beloved sweater coming out of the wash in a matted, shrunken condition – about five sizes too small! Re-craft the now thicker wool into something you can wear and enjoy again. Add a touch of embroidery and you have a designer exclusive!
This scrap-busting project from fiber artist Carol Ann Waugh features randomly-arranged pieces of fabric free-motion appliqued in place. There’s no “right” or “wrong” way to create your pieced panel – anything goes!
This pencil case is made entirely of 1″-wide ribbon. Adapt to any size: Use a single piece of ribbon to hold just one special pencil or pen, two ribbons for a pencil/pen set, or multiple ribbons for a set of artists pens, pencils, or brushes.
This weekend I’ll be in Portland for three days at the Modern Quilt Guild SewDown. Today I’m packing my suitcase and needed a case for my flat-iron – something quick and easy to sew.