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21 Easy Sewing Projects: DIY Designs and Sewing Craft Ideas
This no-sew quilt block is easy to attached to a quilted background. Add beads, yarn, ribbon and thread to turn your child's drawing into a fun, 3-dimensional quilt block that makes for great baby quilt ideas.
One of the craft trends that endured in 2011 was faux flowers. Crocheters, sewers, and paper crafters alike enjoyed our free flower patterns year round. Check out our top 10 most popular free flower patterns from 2011!
This project will teach you how to make a simple apron artful and unique. With clean graphics, vibrant colors, and a rooster embellishment, the Bonjour Paris Apron combines a taste of modernism with French Country flair.
The braided t-shirt necklace is a new spin on the recycled t-shirt necklace. Cut up an old t-shirt and braid it into a beautiful design with this t-shirt necklace tutorial. The result is a thrifty, one-of-a-kind necklace.
Whether its warm or cold outside, you can celebrate sunshine with a Bright Butterfly Banner. Easy home decor crafts can upgrade any space and add light during the dreariest months. Use bright fabrics to really make a statement. Best of all, this you don't need a needle and thread or even a sewing machine to bring your banner to life. Instead, grab some glue and get to work.
Go crazy with color and make these Burst of Color Fabric Flowers from Tiffany Windsor. These flower crafts will brighten up any room in your home. Not only are they a low-cost, minimal-effort alternative to real flowers, you can put together color combinations that can't be found in nature. For instance, you're able to experiment with wild combos like neon and pastels. Once you're satisfied with their colors, you can make brooches and hair accessories with these eye-popping accents. This no-sew project is a piece of cake. After all, there's no watering required!
Make a tutu without ever plugging in your sewing machine! This cheat sew tutu is a great way to cheat the system--you'll learn how to make a tutu without sewing, and it'll still look girly and adorable.
Save your old bandanas and create a Colorful Fabric Book Cover. This craft is practical, fun and eco-friendly. Use bright colored fabric with easily distinguishable prints - it will help books stand out so your child will never misplace their textbooks.
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