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Sewing Project Ideas To Inspire You

 This article is brought to you by Lizzsews.

Are you stuck on ideas? If so, this article is for you! Here are a few sewing projects to inspire you.

Spend less time in your sewing room looking for ideas of what to make and more time sewing. So, without further ado here are some sewing projects for you!


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!

Recommended read: How to sew quick and easy placemats

Reusable snack bags

You can use whatever fabric you want, the fun designs on the fabric are endless, and they are perfect for just about any snacky use. They are also a great way to reduce your use of plastic baggies (the snack bags are also machine washable!)

Recommended read: How to sew snack bags

Blanket pillow

Blanket pillows are super cute and easy to make! It’s a great gift and the perfect 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!

Recommended read: How to sew a blanket pillow

Tea towels

Tea towels are super cute and easy to make. They are an awesome way to spice up your kitchen and can be customized however you see fit. Whatever patterned fabric you use can create whatever look 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!

Recommended read: How to sew tea towels

And here’s one with both sewing and embroidery!

Embroidered patch 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 better, especially when it’s Baby Yoda!

Recommended read: How to make an embroidered patch pillow

Recommended read: What is the race on an embroidery and sewing machine

Recommended read: What is topstitching

Recommended read: How to sew treat bags

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