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Fabric Frill Tote

Fabric Frill Tote Dress up a boring old tote bag with this easy sewing project. All it takes is some scrap fabric and basic sewing skills to make the Fabric Frill Tote. Your plain canvas bag will be reborn with a few fancy fabric frills.

 

Sew a Padded Laptop Tote

Crafters can create a great solution for the new TSA regulations and not have to remove their laptops from a nice, padded case. With simple sewing skills, you can breeze right through security.

Summer Dreams Ruffled Bag

Summer Dreams Ruffled Bag With bright ruffles of colorful summer fabric, this Summer Dreams Ruffled Bag is great for bringing with you to the beach or the Farmer's Market. Girls of all ages will love showing off this bag, and you won't believe how easy it is to make. Great for sewists of all skill levels, these adorable sewn bags are a quick and easy summer project that will last you for many seasons to come.

 

Slouchy Drawstring Bag

Slouchy Drawstring Bag Throw all of your essentials in a homemade Slouchy Drawstring Bag and hit the town. This is a great accessory if you're heading to the gym or taking a long walk. If you're looking for bag sewing patterns, free tutorials and more, this is the project for you.

 

Vintage Quilt Tote

Vintage Quilt Tote Easy sewing crafts are a great way to use up scraps and breathe new life into old items. Create a Vintage Quilt Tote and fill it with small gifts - it's a great option for a birthday or during the holidays. The recipient can keep the gift and the bag, too.

 

Ruffled T-Shirt Tote

Ruffled T Shirt Tote If you're looking for recycle craft ideas, look no further than your own closet. A Ruffled T-Shirt Tote can be worn with any outfit, making it ideal for day or night. You'll never have to throw away an old top when you make recycled t-shirt projects. What makes this project stand out from the crowd is the cascading ruffles. This fun, girly touch is easy to execute - don't let the pretty look scare you away. Grab your favorite sentimental tee and get to work - you'll love showing off the results.

 

Nana's Upcycled Wool Bags

Nanas Upcycled Wool Bags Dip into your grandma's stash of fabric and start brainstorming those fabric craft ideas. Nana's Upcycled Wool Bags are perfect for sewers who want to carry their belongings in style. The floral accent helps the bag make a big statement. If you don't have fabric on hand, head to the thrift store and pick up some inexpensive wearables. This purse can be worn by a little girl or an older woman, making it extremely versatile.

 

Spring Garden Tote

Spring Garden Tote Create a beautiful spring flower tote to carry your gardening tools or give to mom as a fabulous Mother's Day gift.

 

Kids Messenger Bag

Kids Messenger Bag Send your little angels to their first day of school with style. This cute bag will hold their crayons and pencils as well as their little lunch boxes. Homemade crafts for kids have never been this cute and easy. The other kids will be jealous.

 

Sewn Fabric Laptop Sleeve

Sewn Fabric Laptop Sleeve Looking for an inexpensive way to protect your tech device from dings and scratches? Create a Sewn Laptop Sleeve that you can carry with you to a coffee shop or library. This pattern is reversible so you can turn it inside out when you get bored.

 

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