Kids and Camping Hacks: 17 Camping Crafts for Kids


Ah, camping! It is one of the best summer activities. With warm weather and your family, you can escape to the woods or the lake with just a handful of supplies. In theory, camping is fun for the whole family. Time away means tuning out the rest of the world and spending time with one […]

8 Patterned Pillow Tutorials We Want You to See


You’ve got to admit, pillow tutorials to sewists are mugs to a regular Joe. No matter how many of them you have, you can’t help yourself from collecting one every time it catches your eye. We understand, and we’re here to enable you even more. The editors at AllFreeSewing happen to adore an easy pillow […]

8 4th of July Sewing Projects You Should Probably Make

4th of July Sewing Projects You Should Probably Make

Where did the time ago? It feels like a minute ago we were putting up our Christmas trees and now we’re already celebrating the 4th of July. Is it time travel? Witchcraft? No, just life. As many of our faithful fans and friends know, at AllFreeSewing we’re all about celebrating the holidays with the help […]

Spring Fashion Trends: DIY Chevron Ideas


We are not exactly the front-runners when it comes to announcing this spring fashion trend. Have you been able to step into a craft store, clothing store, or even out on the street without seeing a chevron pattern? I haven’t been able to escape it. I am not complaining though. I love chevron. I’m crazy […]

10 Small Quilting Projects to Keep Forever

10 Small Quilting Projects to Keep Forever

If there is one thing that all quilters can agree on, it’s this: quilts take a long time to make. The finished product is almost certainly worth all those hours of sewing–all the cramped fingers, the pin pricks, and the dinners that come out burned because we lose track of time while chain piecing–but no […]

Sewing a Scrap Dress with Constance Talbot


Amazingly, this AllFreeSewing editor found herself with a free evening. No work, no chores, no obligations. Obviously, I b-lined it to my sewing machine. Before settling down, though, I glanced upon my copy of the famous Constance Talbot’s, The Complete Book of Sewing. Released in 1943 you would think this collection would now be outdated […]

Link Love: Holiday Gifts in a Jar

Believe it or not, it’s time to start preparing for the holidays. It’s almost time to string up those Christmas lights and decorate the tree, all while sipping on hot apple cider and eating delicious Christmas cookies. It’s also time to start brainstorming ideas for Christmas gifts. Every year, I end up stressed out about […]

National Sewing Month 2013: Sewing a New Wardrobe on a Budget

15 Minute Lacy Blazer

It’s Day Twenty of National Sewing Month! Too see the daily blog posts, projects of the day, and more National Sewing Month details, click here. An updated wardrobe is always on the mind, but it might not always be in the budget. New clothes and accessories can be quite pricey, and no matter how stylish […]

Trick or Treat! The Ultimate Halloween Crafting Guide

Beware! Halloween is creeping up on us, which means it’s time to start getting into the spirit of the haunted holiday. Between decor, costumes and pumpkin carving, Halloween can get very expensive very quickly. Here at Favecrafts we’ve made it our mission to reduce the spending and increase the crafting. We’ve found the best tricks […]