Use this free sewing pattern for a baby car seat cover to style your baby's car seat with a homemade touch. Now your baby can nap in peace!
The talented Christina Lane, The Sometimes Crafter, shares this free sewing pattern for creating an adorable egg cup pincushion. These are perfect for Easter, but fun anytime. Use fabric scraps left over from a project to create several.
Make this fun flower pin to wear during the spring and summer months. Using mod podge paper and glitter you can make this craft in only four easy steps.
Using just ric rac and buttons, a basic infant snap shirt can be transformed into a boutique-quality take-me-home tee. Jill Green shows us the basic sewing techniques.
Learn how to sew a simple baby bonnet with a vintage hankie in this sewing tutorial from Corey Colwell-Lipson and Lynn Colwell, authors of Celebrate Green! Follow the step-by-step photos to create a bonnet for a shower gift or new family member.
Relieve aches and pains with this hot/cold compress, a sewing tutorial for hot rice bags that can also be chilled in the fridge. These make great gifts, especially during the winter.
Sew up your own scrunchies, earrings, barrettes or combs in colorful batik fabric with this technique. A hem stitched in metallic thread is on the outside for a bit of sparkle throughout the accessory.
Sew up an easy pillow filled with buckwheat to serve as a heating pad. Buckwheat holds the heat (or cold) better than rice or other grains and is hypoallergenic, since buckwheat is not actually a cereal or grass.
Sew up a sassy accessory for the kitchen with this free apron sewing tutorial. A ruffle and pockets in coordinating fabrics are cute finishing touches.
Find an old, tattered towel or purchase one at the dollar store and create quick, easy scrap fabric crafts that will last a lifetime. This Ruffled Scrap Fabric Towel can easily complement anyone's kitchen decor and is so easy to make.