This Cathedral Pin Cushion is perfect for storing all your pins. Make one for yourself and all your friends! Cute and unique pin cushions like this make great gifts and are easy and fun ways to use up any fabric scraps you have lying around.
Water-soluble stabilizer allows you to sew an openwork scarf with lace and yarn. Use various colors of thread and yarn for a different look. You can even create a holiday scarf with red and green yarns and threads.
These free sewing craft patterns highlight our best bags and table runners that will add a little bit of excitement to your home decor and to an everyday outfit. Free sewing craft patterns that are small can be done easily over the weekend.
Add color to plain hair bands with strips of marbled silk fabric. Lorine Mason demonstrates how with this easy sewing tutorial.
Celebrate your sweet-tooth with this sewing project for a cute donut pincushion. Stacy Schlyer of Stacy Sews added sugar cookie fragrance to the stuffing for an added bonus while sewing!
Use this fee, easy sewing pattern from Melissa Langer to make a unique case for your crochet hooks. This is the perfect craft for a sewer/crocheter, or a gift from a sewer to a crocheter.
This fleece baby's gnome hat is adorable for the cold weather. It is easy to make following this quick tutorial and it will keep your little one warm while looking super cute.
If you're sick of wearing the same old boring clothes, then you'll love making your own easy sewing crafts out of scrap fabric. Save your old jeans and create Upcycled Denim Flower Embellishments. Add them to shirts or create a pretty necklace.
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.
Create a small sewing kit with a lipstick tube to carry in a purse. This is a cute gift for a woman to carry in case she needs to mend something that tears.