Spring Sewing Projects from WeAllSew

Our days are growing longer with Daylight Saving Time in effect, which means spring is right around the corner! Get inspired to start sewing for spring with these free spring sewing projects from WeAllSew.

Spring Gift Baskets and Bags

These baskets and bags make the perfect container for Easter treats and springtime gifts!

These quilted fabric baskets are easy to sew, and fun to fill with Easter treats and goodies. Perfect for kids and adults, too, this is a basket you can use year-round in your sewing room, kitchen or kids room to store all kinds of things.

If you’re looking for a simple and quick gift then I think you’re going to like the Drawstring Bag project. You can give this little bag as a gift all by itself or fill it with goodies and use it as a gift bag.

Embroidered Fabric Baskets Finished

These fun fabric baskets are perfect to use as a goody bag filled with Easter treats! Find the Fabric Basket tutorial here along with the gift of a free embroidery design.

Easter Fabric Basket Tutorial

Let’s make an Easter Basket complete with lace trim and pretty fabric lining! Click here to find the Easter Fabric Basket tutorial.

The beauty of this basket is really simple, and creates a gift that can be used anywhere in the home. A zigzag stitch and humble spool of cotton clothesline is all you need as you go round and round until you produce the shape you desire.

 

Spring gift bag

Make a decorative felt gift bag for Easter eggs (with crinkly paper shredding), a May basket with some tulips or daffodils, or a simple springtime purse.

Spring Blossoms and Blooms

Life_Is_Rosey_Bench_Pillow

This adorable Bench Pillow is the perfect accessory to bright any indoor or outdoor space and features a pretty rose design from the BERNINA Exclusive Design Collection #82024 Life is Rosey.

FMQ Lucky Dog

Lucky the Dog is a whimsical motif sure to bring a smile to all the pet-lovers in your family. He’s a great beginner motif, comprised of simple wavy lines, and you can learn how to create Lucky in this step-by-step tutorial.

stitched flowers

Here’s a simple and easy embellishment technique to create a bouquet of delicate flowers using a simple zigzag stitch and decorative threads. Use this fun Zigzag Flower Stitch on a variety of projects such as little girls’ clothing, table linens, lingerie, and other places where just a little adornment is needed.

Free-motion quilting Nora's Rose

Nora’s Rose is easier to stitch than it looks with this step-by-step! Simply stitch concentric rows of overlapping wavy lines to recreate the rose, an enduring symbol of love, honor and faith.

 

Welcome spring into your home by adding a dimensional embroidered pillow. The Hello Spring embroidered pillow features 3-dimensional organza leaves and flowers and includes a watering can appliqué with the saying “Hello Spring” made with your built-in lettering.

Free-motion Quilting Shamrocks

The Shamrock is a favorite symbol of St. Patrick’s Day and spring. Learn how to add a simple, one-pass Shamrock border adds a touch of charm to any quilt with this step-by-step tutorial.

Spring Sewing for Girls

Sew a simple dress, romper, or pretty Easter bonnet with these free projects.

Hand-look smocking tutorial from WeAllSew

With some simple gathering and decorative stitching, we can easily take simple poplin fabric and turn it into an heirloom-inspired pinafore with this tutorial.

The Grow with Me Romper is perfect for every occasion. Find the free pattern and tutorial to make the Grow with Me Romper, including sizes NB all the way through 5T here.

The Daisy’s Sun Bonnet pattern makes the perfect hat to protect your littles from the sun and can easily transition into every season.

Heirloom Dress_tutorial

There are certain elements that make a garment an “Heirloom Garment.” These elements include the use of fine fabrics, delicate French laces and Swiss Embroideries. Learn how to apply heirloom techniques with your sewing machine to create a special, treasured dress.

Simple pillowcase dress sewing tutorial by Melissa Mortenson of polkadotchair.com - includes measurements for multiple sizes

It’s so simple to make these pillowcase dresses, they are very quick to sew and you can easily change them to any size you want!

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