20+ Free Knit Bag Patterns for Summer!

I’m Marie Segares from Underground Crafter and I’m thrilled to share a roundup of knit bags with you today! Whether you’re an old pro or you’re just learning how to knit a bag, there will be something here for you.

As the weather gets warmer, you may be wondering what to knit. I love working on knit bags in the warmer months. Knit bags are portable so you can bring your work-in-progress to that picnic or barbecue, and they are useful year-round, so you can show them off as soon as you finish knitting! No need to wait ’til Fall.

There are many great bag patterns out there, and today I’m sharing more than 20 free knitting patterns that will keep you knitting all spring and summer long!

Easy-Peasy Knit Bags

These five bags use simple stitches and make great projects to work on while somewhere slightly distracting.

30 Minute Mixed Berries Bag. This image courtesy of Innerchildcrochet.com.

30 Minute Mixed Berries Bag. This image courtesy of Innerchildcrochet.com.

The 30 Minute Mixed Berries Bag by Melissa Mall from Inner Crochet Child is a quick knit using beautiful hand dyed yarn.

Chinese Waves Bag

Chinese Wave Bag. This image courtesy of www.mooglyblog.com.

The Chinese Wave Bag by Tamara Kelly/Moogly is a great project for new bag knitters. Slip stitches create a firm fabric.

Knit Tote for Knitters by Donna Yacino for Berroco. This image courtesy of berroco.com.

Knit Tote for Knitters. This image courtesy of berroco.com.

The Knit Tote for Knitters by Donna Yacino for Berroco makes a great project bag. The handles are attached by inserting grommets.

Back-to-School Book Bag. This image courtesy of Craftown.com.

Back-to-School Book Bag. This image courtesy of Craftown.com.

The Back-to-School Book Bag by Melanie Smith for Craftown is a great messenger bag to wear year round. For a more masculine version, omit the rosette detail.

Golden Bow Glam Bag. This image courtesy of cvetulka.blogspot.com.

Golden Bow Glam Bag. This image courtesy of cvetulka.blogspot.com.

And, if you have travel plans for the summer, be sure to prep by knitting up your own Golden Bow Glam Bag by Cveti from c v e t u l k a knits. This makes a great makeup bag to include in your luggage!

Color Play

These nine colorful bags will brighten up your needles! Many are also great for using up partial skeins of yarn.

Knitted Weave Clutch

Knitted Weave Clutch by Tagil Perlmutter for Petite Purls.

The Knitted Weave Clutch by Tagil Perlmutter for Petite Purls is a great introduction to entrelac. It also includes instructions for adding lining.

Farmers Market Bag. This image courtesy of Craftown.com.

Farmers Market Bag. This image courtesy of Craftown.com.

The Farmers Market Bag by Melanie Smith for Craftown is the perfect tote to bring with you when shopping for produce at your local farmers market!

Boredom Buster Bag

Boredom Buster Bag. This image courtesy of knittichristi.wordpress.com.

If you want a pattern that keeps both your brain and your hands engaged, try the Boredom Buster Bag by A Simple Stitch. This bag combines cables, moss stitch, and a touch of stranded colorwork to create a stylish accessory.

Wavy Messenger Bag. Image courtesy of RedHeart.com.

Wavy Messenger Bag. Image courtesy of RedHeart.com.

Chevrons add a striking touch to the Wavy Messenger Bag by Michele Thompson for Red Heart. This hands-free storage would also make a fashionable tote for your next knitting project!

Wavy Shoulder Bag. This image courtesy of RedHeart.com.

Wavy Shoulder Bag.
This image courtesy of RedHeart.com.

If you love ripples but prefer shoulder bags, try the Wavy Shoulder Bag by Grace Alexander for Red Heart.

Easy Rose Petal Purse. This image courtesy of redheart.com.

Easy Rose Petal Purse. This image courtesy of redheart.com.

The Easy Rose Petal Purse by Linda Cyr for Red Heart is a great way to practice a color motif on a small project. The textured stitch pattern will also keep your interest!

Slip Stitch Mini Tote. This image courtesy of orangefishknits.blogspot.com.

Slip Stitch Mini Tote. This image courtesy of orangefishknits.blogspot.com.

The Slip Stitch Mini Tote by Orange Fish Knits uses slip stitches to create complex looking color work while only using one color per row. This pattern is also felted.

Striped Peppermint Bag. This image courtesy of straw.com.

Striped Peppermint Bag. This image courtesy of straw.com.

The Striped Peppermint Bag by Terry L. Ross for Crystal Palace Yarns is knit on the bias to create lovely diagonal stripes. Try contrasting colors for the decorative button and handles for a different look.

Asthore Bag. This image courtesy of knittichristi.files.wordpress.com.

Asthore Bag. This image courtesy of knittichristi.files.wordpress.com.

The Asthore Bag by A Simple Stitch also uses slip stitches to create this dynamic pattern.


If you love the look of knit cables as much as I do, you’ll love these six patterns for stunning knit bags!

Brea Bag. This image courtesy of berroco.com.

Brea Bag. This image courtesy of berroco.com.

The Brea Bag by Norah Gaughan for Berroco is a striking cabled purse with a unique shape.

The Ultimate Bag. This image courtesy of krazyawesome.com.

The Ultimate Bag. This image courtesy of krazyawesome.com.

If you’re looking for a cable to take center stage, you may enjoy The Ultimate Bag by Jennifer from The Knit Monster.

Purple Purse Pattern. This image courtesy of yarnspirations.com

Purple Purse. This image courtesy of yarnspirations.com.

The Purple Purse by Patons uses a chunky yarn to make that central cable pop! This also works as a unisex messenger bag when knit with a different color yarn.

Cabled Bag. This image courtesy of http://www.vogueknitting.com.

Cabled Bag. This image courtesy of http://www.vogueknitting.com.

The Cabled Bag by Linda Cyr for Vogue Knitting also uses a chunky yarn to create plump cables. If you don’t like purling, you’ll enjoy that this bag is knit in the round!

Cabled Boho Bag. This image courtesy of mydreamsweetlove.blogspot.com.

Cabled Boho Bag. This image courtesy of mydreamsweetlove.blogspot.com.

The Cabled Boho Bag by Amanda Reed features several cable patterns for a delightfully textured look.

Leafy Cable Bag.

Leafy Cable Bag.

The Leafy Cable Bag by Patons is another great unisex project that features a dramatic cabled strap. This pattern also includes instructions for felting.


These three patterns are finished by felting (or fulling) the yarn, so no lining is necessary. If you substitute yarn, remember to use an untreated wool for best results!

Felted 2 Color Bag.

Felted 2 Color Bag.

The Felted 2 Color Bag by Premier Yarns is a great beginner project. The color blocked design makes a great fashion impact, too!

Felted Striped Bag.

Felted Striped Bag.

Premier Yarns has another great beginner knitting project, the Felted Striped Bag. The stripes make a dramatic statement, but are really simple to knit.

Rose Tote Bag. This image courtesy of silkaburgoyne.com.

Rose Tote Bag. This image courtesy of silkaburgoyne.com.

The Rose Tote Bag by Koleido by Silkie B. also features stripes, but it also includes a lovely rose embellishments, along with detailed instructions for felting to maintain the shape of the flower!


If you’re looking for a different portable project for the warmer months, you may also enjoy my free Cupcake Hat pattern in newborn, infant, and toddler sizes.




I hope you enjoyed this roundup and that it inspired you to cast on!

DIY Furniture Projects For The Thrifty Homeowner

Don’t you just love browsing at the thrift store? There are always so many interesting–and often unusual– things to find there. It can almost be like a treasure hunt, especially when you dig through all the rows of items in order to uncover that one amazing hidden gem. I don’t know about you, but my favorite thing to hunt for at thrift shops are old tables, chairs, and dressers I can give a DIY furniture makeover.


DIY Thrift Store Furniture redo's


The great news is, if you go into thrift store with a little creativity in mind, nearly any item has the potential for a DIY furniture makeover! Need some inspiration before you go hunting? We’ve collected some of the best DIY furniture ideas from across the web. Learn how to paint an old table or upcycle a chair for your living room!


DIY Furniture Ideas

1. Beautiful decoupage motivational vanity table from A Little Craft in Your Day
2. Coordinating his and hers personalized rocking chairs from FaveCrafts.
3. Rescued and restored scarlet red bench makeover from Me and My Inklings
4. Inexpensive Polka dot card table set up cycled with spray paint and a shower curtain from FaveCrafts
5. Old buffet table made over into amazing new television console @ Cutesy Crafts
6. Retro motel luggage rack makeover from Picklee
7. Boring dresser given aged and weathered look from DecoArt
8. Industrial look dresser re-do with DIY pulls and carbon paper lettering from West Furniture Revival
9. Lovely homage to Piero Fornasetti table makeover from Mark Montano
10. Old bookcase made modern with trendy chevron stripes from FaveCrafts.
11. Hutch and cabinet turned into country style farm house cupboard with chalky paint from DecoArt
12. Gorgeous gold Leaf Desk Chair from Centsational Girl
13. Distressing a painted buffet with stain technique from I Should be Mopping the Floor
14. Tufted fabric ottoman from an old table from Make It Love It
15. Subway tiled table makeover from Tatertots and Jello
16. Luxurious DIY silver leaf vanity from Live Love DIY
17. From thrift store cabinet to chicken wire buffet from The Lovely Residence
18. Make over upholstery with pain from Kim Six Fix


Leave us a comment and tell us which DIY furniture makeover is your favorite!

Link Love: How to Make a Scarf for Spring or Summer

If you were to ask my husband how many scarves I own, he would probably say something close to, “Too many,” or “A ba-jillion.” While he may be pretty accurate with those statements, there are so many ways to wear scarves for each season that I can’t possibly ever have too many scarves. On that note, I should probably get going on making my own scarves for a change. I crochet quite frequently and I loved making this crochet scarf that I wore in my engagement photos, but now that it’s spring I really want to make a DIY fabric scarf.

I have expensive taste and I love the designer looks, but I definitely hate the designer price. So, I set out on a mission to find the perfect DIY scarf – and ended up finding 17 free patterns that have stolen my heart. I do apologize in advance for the high number of infinity scarves in this list if you don’t like them. (Scratch that, I actually did a pretty good job mixing normal scarves and infinity scarves in this list). Infinity scarves are my absolute favorite so you’ll just have to deal. 😉 (or, you know, just not sew the ends together and voila, you’ve got a normal scarf)

Sewing an infinity scarf will be my next adventure in the crafting world. I’m excited because making an easy infinity scarf has been on my crafting list for awhile. With each infinity scarf tutorial below you’ll be itching to pull out your sewing machine. Learn how to make a infinity scarf or just how to make a fabric scarf just by checking out these awesome patterns. And of course, free patterns our the fave here at FaveCrafts so enjoy!

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  1. Lace Infinity Scarf from Urban Threads
  2. DIY Stunning Stenciled Scarf from A Pretty Handy Girl
  3. The Lacey Infinity Scarf from Wray Sist3rs
  4. DIY Stamped Chevron Scarf from By Wilma
  5. A Scarf for Spring from Tea Rose Home
  6. DIY Hand Printed Scarf from Crazy About Coral
  7. Infinity Circle Scarf Tutorial from Leafy Treetop
  8. DIY Infinity Scarf from Sea Glass & Ribbons
  9. Tube or Circle Scarf from Cotton + Curls
  10. DIY Chic: Printed Word Scarf from College Fashion
  11. Linen + Lace Infinity Scarf Tutorial from Wildflowers + Whimsy
  12. DIY Anthropologie Scarf from Home Heart Craft
  13. Make Your Own Lace Scarf from A Beautiful Mess
  14. DIY Spring Scarf Tutorial from Pink When
  15. Long Pom Pom Cowl from The Purl Bee
  16. DIY Pom Trim Scarf Tutorial from Carry on…Carry on
  17. Fat Quarter Gang – Patricia Infinity Cowl from luvinthemommyhood

Which DIY scarf are you most excited to try?

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Link Love: How To Make a DIY Globe

Sometimes you come across a craft idea that literally makes you exclaim, “WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE?!” and this was one those times. As soon as I saw that crafters were creatively upcycling old, vintage, or even damaged globes – I was hooked. The DIY Globe may not be a brand new craft idea, but there are certainly fantastic ways to create your own. I look up a bunch of ideas and just had to hare my favorites!

The best part about the tutorials below is that they are all free. I kept getting frustrated when I’d find a DIY globe that was just a photo and not a tutorial. So I saved you the hassle and found only globes with free tutorials. I love the wide variety of styles that I found and how each globe seems to have its own personality. It’s as if each globe is a blank canvas and you get to make it your own. I won’t get too philosophical on you, but it’s very much like life. The world is what you make of it, right?

Upcycling these globes really puts a nice spin on “Earth” Day (April 22!). I love that we are putting our creativity to good use and keeping old globes out of dumpsters and landfills. Plus, you get to showcase your love for the earth and traveling by putting one of these on display in your living room. DIY home decor is all about finding those few unique objects that will really make your space complete. I fully believe that one of these DIY globes will complete your room and make it really special.


  1. 30 Minute Project: Paint on a Globe! from Chris Loves Julia
  2. DIY Black & Gold Globe from Love & Renovations
  3. Spring Globe Upcycle from My Sister’s Suitcase
  4. Sheet Music Globe from Cutesy Crafts
  5. Thrifty Thursdays: Globe from Hydrangea Hippo
  6. Painted Globe from Jenna Sue Design
  7. DIY Painted Globe from Upcycled Treasures
  8. Death Star Globe from In My Wheele House
  9. Coastal Inspired Globe from The V Spot


Which DIY Globe is your favorite?

 Looking for more DIY home decor ideas?

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7 Lucky Horseshoe Crafts

You don’t have to have a western themed home to embrace the horseshoe. Horseshoes are now almost a staple in modern and rustic decor. There are some really talented Etsy sellers that have mastered the art of crafting with horseshoes and I envy them most days! I only have horseshoes from my horseback riding days and finding them at the barn. I also have some vintage horseshoes from my grandfather when he worked on a farm in Wisconsin as a boy. I treasure those horseshoes and I don’t think i could alter them in any way. However, I do plan to look for some horseshoes at antique shops this summer – and you can too!

There is a debate as to which way horseshoes are to be hung in a home. Some say that hanging them with the open side upwards keeps all the good luck in the home. If the horseshoe is turned upside down, the luck will fall out, which will bring bad luck to the home. Others seem to say that turning the horseshoe upside down lets all of the luck pour out into the home. For me, an upside down horseshoe makes me cringe!

With St. Patrick’s Day coming up and my love of horseshoes and anything related to horses, I’ve gathered up 7 Lucky Horseshoe Crafts we can all try. Similar to the horseshoe debate, there is also the “lucky” debate between four leaf clovers and three leaf clovers. Growing up, I always knew that finding a four leaf clover was next to impossible – but after hours in a field at day camp, I finally found one. But if you’re Irish (and I am a little bit Irish), you know that the three leaf clover is the traditional symbol, the shamrock. People tend to get hot-headed over this difference for some reason. I promise you, no matter which way you hang your horseshoe or which clover you like best, there’s lots of good luck to spread around before St. Patrick’s Day!


  1. Horseshoe Plate Holder from Elizabeth Jones Designs
  2. A Wee St. Pat’s Pallet Sign from Fynes Designs
  3. Horseshoe Candle Holder from Simply Country Life
  4. Lucky Horseshoe Pallet Sign from Fynes Designs
  5. Good Luck Horseshoes from Texas Craft House
  6. Lucky Golden Horseshoe Sign from French Knots
  7. Horse Shoe Photo Frame from Cut Out + Keep


 Horseshoes up or down? Three leaves or four?







Link Love: DIY Thank You Cards

When it comes to writing thank you notes, I am, admittedly, not the best at it. Right now i’m in the midst of writing thank you notes for my wedding gifts and according to the wedding gods somewhere, my notes are technically already “late.” Oh well, they are getting done…slowly, but surely. I thought I was doing so good when I finished 54 of them only to realize that I have about 50 more left to do.

However, the one thing that is enjoyable about this whole process is the fact that I’m writing on homemade thank you cards. My mother-in-law made me a set of envelopes, cards, and even a personalized return address stamp! Take note my friends – this was an EXCELLENT gift idea!

As soon as I ran out of her lovely custom cards, I set out to make my own versions of them since I loved them so much. You can do the same too! There is something so special about the DIY thank you. To me, it appears to be a matter of showing the receiver that you truly appreciated their gift to you – so much so that you hand-made a card to give back to them. This translates to the fact that you spent time on them. That alone makes the thank you note more meaningful and special.

I’ve already received so many compliments on my thank you notes. Imagine that – thanking me for a thank you note! While I do hope that what I said was meaningful inside the card, I have a feeling people were impressed with my creative thank you notes. They know how crafty and creative I can be, so this really is no surprise to me. 🙂

I set out to find some card ideas for you all to try and maybe even give a set of cards as a gift! These homemade card ideas range from rustic to modern and everything inbetween. Learn how to make cards with photos, scrap paper, and even a map! I’m in love with these DIY thank you cards and I hope you enjoy these handmade cards ideas too!


  1. Thankful 4 You from Kwernerdesign Blog
  2. DIY BRIDESMAID THANK YOU CARDS from Amy Moss for Once Wed
  3. Antique Map Thank You Card from Made Peachy
  5. Thank you card DIY Tutorial from Maria Palito
  6. Ombre Fringe Thank You from Song of My Heart Stampers
  7. GILDED THANK YOU CARDS from Camille Styles
  8. RUSTIC DIY THANK YOU CARDS from Northstory
  9. Wedding Photo Thank You from Fellow Fellow

Which thank you card do you want to make?

Link Love: Woodland Crafts

Today I set out on a mission to find woodland crafts that were not just for Christmas. I realized that I , and many of you, love the rustic and woodland look and I hate to limit these crafts to just winter (or even fall with Thanksgiving table decor).

So, I found these nine craft projects that fit the bill. These cute craft ideas are great for kids and adults depending on level of expertise. I first started searching for just animals, but I discovered that toadstools are now one of my favorite things. Plus, it gives some of these craft projects that warm “spring” feeling to them. Either way, all of these crafts are whimsical and woodland themed.

Some of these crafts can be considered nature crafts and use dried moss to give the final piece a truly woodland feel. I liked that many of these woodland craft projects were practical and not just for decoration. Practical crafts help justify the time spent on them, in many ways. It’s not always the case, but I tend to feel more accomplished when I create something that I will use all of the time while still being crafty.

I have a cottage up in the woods in Michigan and there’s something magical about just being in the woods. I’ve seen deer darting quietly in the trees. I’ve had birds wake me up in the morning. I’ve also had acorns roll down the roof followed by the pitter patter of chipmunk feet. And I’ve seen little toadstools pop up after a rainstorm. These crafts take me to my cottage in the woods and I sincerely hope they transport you to a woodland escape too!



  1. DIY Woodland Terrariums from Ruffled
  2. Felt Squirrel Tutorial from You Go Girl!
  3. Fox Pallet Art from Lolly Jane
  4. Woodland Creature Canning Jars from Valley & Co.
  6. DIY: Animal Jewelry Holder and Dish from The Yellow Postcard
  7. Toddler Sized Animal Stools: A How-To from Killer B. Design
  8. Foxy Wooden Cross Stitch from Lucykate Crafts
  9. Teeny Weeny Mushrooms from Pixie Hill

Link Love: The DIY Dreamcatcher

Channel your inner bohemian because dreamcatchers are back. Or they never left. Either way, these whimsical and lovely pieces have taken the spotlight in home decor and now you can learn to make your own.

“What are dream catchers?” you ask? Well, according to Google, the dreamcatcher meaning is:

“a small hoop containing a horsehair mesh, or a similar construction of string or yarn, decorated with feathers and beads, believed to give its owner good dreams. Dreamcatchers were originally made by American Indians.”

When I was a kid, I always thought of dreamcatchers as catching the bad dreams. I suppose the would then be called “nightmare catchers” which doesn’t sound quite as happy. Oh well.  Today we’ve rounded up our fave diy dreamcatchers for your enjoyment. If you’ve ever wondered “How do you make a dreamcatcher?” and wanted to transform your room into a magical and dreamy land, these pictures of dream catchers will inspire you. Making a diy dream catcher doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming. We found a variety of traditional and more modern dreamcatchers for you to try. Use yarn, twine, vintage doilies, thread, or anything you see fit to create the dreamcatcher of your dreams. I think I have some vintage doilies lying around that I think could use a new prupose in life. Plus, vintage doilies are always in antique shops just waiting for a new home. I know what I’m doing this summer in Michigan!

Part of what makes each dreamcatcher unique is the different feathers and beads you can use to complete the design. Learn how to make a simple dreamcatcher and keep dreaming my friends!


  1. DIY Peacock Dreamcatcher from Saving More Than Me
  2. DIY Dreamcatcher: Urban Outfitters Knock Off from Child at Heart
  3. DIY DREAM CATCHER from A Little Birdy
  4. DIY: Doily Dream Catcher from Fawn Over Baby
  5. DIY Mint Dream Catcher from Stardustsoul
  7. DIY DREAMCATCHER from This Fashion is Mine
  8. DIY Doily Dreamcatcher from Calico Skies
  9. DIY HULA HOOP DREAM CATCHER from Primitive and Proper

Have you ever made a dreamcatcher?

Link Love: DIY Antlers

It’s time for a somewhat unusual link love post, but unusual in the best way. Because, quite frankly, these craft projects are actually becoming more and more common and we don’t hate them. In fact, there are plenty of reasons crafting with antlers is actually quite amazing.

Some things to note before you send PETA after me.

  • Deer, and other antlered animals, shed their antlers naturally
  • Some, if not all, of the projects below can be made using fake antlers (plastic, plaster, etc) that you can probably find online somewhere
  • I don’t like hunting. I am not supporting killing deer in any way at all.

These antler projects are trending all over the place. I’ve seen antlers in home decor magazines and there are TONS of  painted antlers on Etsy that are simply gorgeous. These diy antler projects will inspire you to use this renewable resource in your home decor. I like to think of it as a “rustic meets modern” sort of project. We can all see the natural element in these antler craft ideas and by bringing nature indoors, we are admiring and bringing beauty in our homes. Appreciate the natural and abstract shape of antlers and embrace the uniqueness of each one. Plus, there are even diy faux antlers that you can try to make. Learn how to make antlers with paper mache or even clay and you’ll love the result. Painting deer antlers is just one way to make these natural pieces a little more urban and chic.  It’s time to make deer antlers a part of your home decor this year.


  1. Antler Necklace DIY from Always Rooney
  2. DIY Paper Mache Deer Antlers from PoppyQuinn
  3. DIY Antler Jewelry Organizer from Southern Architectress
  4. Mounted Antlers from Paisley Wallpaper
  5. DIY Antler Wreath from Primitive and Proper
  6. Pallet Antler Wall Art from Megan Brooke Handmade
  7. Deer Antler Artwork from Uniquely Yours…or Mine!
  8. DIY: Antler Jewelry Holder from The Yellow Postcard
  9. Antler Coat Rack from Camille Styles

What do you think of the DIY antler trend?

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 tutorial (and mugs, in fact), and today we’re featuring 8 Patterned Pillow Tutorials We Want You to See.

You won’t find these DIY pillow designs on AllFreeSewing just yet; they’re newly discovered and we’re absolutely in love with them. Best of all, all eight of these handmade pillow tutorials are totally on trend with the latest fad of prints and patterns. Super stylish patterned pillows allow you to keep the major pieces in your house, like couches and chairs, timeless and neutral. Instead of picking a print for your love seat that you’ll hate ten years from now, stick with a solid color and infuse life into your home with DIY pillows. Small but strong accents like those created by these pillows’ prints can keep a room’s décor from feeling overwhelmed and busy while still appearing fresh.

Take a look at the latest in pillow fashion and get inspired to pile on the prints!


  1. DIY Pillow Sham Tutorial from Cora Anne Designs DIY Pillow Sham Tutorial
  2. Simple Pillow Sham from DIY DesignSimple Pillow Sham
  3. Easy DIY Envelope Pillow Covers from Lia Griffith Handcraft Your LifeEasy DIY Envelope Pillow Covers
  4. Throw and Pillow Tutorial using HGTV Fabric from JoAnn’s from DIY by DesignThrow and Pillow Tutorial using HGTV Fabric from JoAnn's
  5. Pillow Talk from Voyages of the Creative VarietyPillow Talk
  6. Flora Pillow from Trey & LucyFlora Pillow
  7. Cut out Cushion from Craft Me Happy Cut out Cushion
  8. DIY Pillow Covers from Domestic IngenuityDIY Pillow Covers

What do you think? Do you love these DIY pillow patterns? Are they causing you to jump from your computer, grab your pillows, and refashion them with loud and lovely prints? Maybe you lack the enthusiasm that the editors at AllFreeSewing do for such home dec designs as pillows and pillowcases, but we hope you at least feel inspired to go forth and create from this roundup of pillow ideas. If anything, they’re easier to store than mugs 

Win a copy of Makery!

Win a copy of Kate Smith’s newest collection of crafting tutorials, Makery.

Love making accessories for your home and friends? Then you will absolutely LOVE this adorable book. Full of fun, fancy, cute, creative, and absolutely do-able projects, Kate Smith’s Makery is a crafter’s dream. Enter to win a copy today! Contest ends on June 23rd, 2014 at 11:59:59 P.M. Eastern time.


Do you DIY any of your home dec?