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Sewing Project Ideas To Inspire You

Are you stuck on ideas? If so, this article is for you! Here are a few fun sewing projects that you can do! 

These projects are beginner-friendly and even great for the more advanced sewers!


All of these project ideas have a how-to article that goes along with them, so if you like one of the project ideas, click the link and get started right now!


Without further ado, here are some sewing projects to inspire you:


Placemats


Here’s how you can sew quick and easy placemats! They’re a great project if you don’t have much time or just want something that is quick to sew! They can be reversible, are machine washable and take a minimal amount of fabric! They will be a great addition to your dining room table!



Reusable snack bags


How’s how you can sew reusable snack bags! I just love how cute these snack bags turn out! You can use whatever fabric you want and the fun designs on the fabric are endless! They are also a great way to reduce your use of plastic baggies (the snack bags are also machine washable!) These snack bags aren’t too difficult and are just a really fun sewing project overall!


Blanket pillow


Here’s how you can sew a blanket pillow! These blanket pillows are super cute and easy to make! It’s a great gift and a great blanket to cozy up and watch some tv with! One of my favourite things to do with this blanket pillow is to put my feet inside of the little pockets at the bottom, one thing that your other blankets don’t have! So start sewing a blanket pillow now so you can cozy up to the tv with your feet nice and warm in the pocket as soon as possible!



Tea towels


Here’s how you can sew tea towels! These tea towels are super cute and easy to make! They are an awesome way to spice up your kitchen and can be customized how ever you see fit! Whichever pattered fabric you use can create whatever feeling you want! Want it festive? Go for it! Want it goofy? Go for it! Want it fancy? Go for it! It can be whatever you want it to be!


Now, my blog is for both sewers and embroiderers, so I thought I would throw in a fun embroidery project too!



Embroidering a non-woven reusable bag 


Here’s how you can embroider a non-woven reusable bag! These are actually so easy to make that it will surprise you! These reusable bags also make great gifts, look so nice, any embroidery design can be used and are just a fun embroidery project overall!


Need more ideas for projects to do? Here's an article with tons of project ideas!


And here’s one with both sewing and embroidery!



An embroidered patch pillow


How’s how you can sew and embroider a super cute throw pillow! I just love how cute these throw pillows turn out! You can use whatever theme of colours you’d like. The embroidered square in the center makes the throw pillow even betters especially when it’s Baby Yoda!


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