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National Sewing Month: It’s Back to School Season

Dear Readers,

It’s National Sewing Month! To celebrate, AllFreeSewing.com is hosting a special blog series throughout the entire month. Check back daily for posts featuring our favorite projects, new sewing videos and tutorials, guest blogs from talented designers and more. We’re also giving away a HUGE sewing prize at the end of the month. You won’t believe how EASY it is to WIN!

Leave a comment on any of the blog posts with the headline “National Sewing Month”. Your comment will count as an entry into the giveaway. You are free to comment as often as once per blog post (for a total of 30 chances to win!). At the end of the month, we’ll pool all of the comments together and pick one lucky winner to win the mystery grand prize. And trust us; you want to win this one!

Whether you’re already a sewing enthusiast or new to the craft, our hope is that this September will encourage you to create wonderful sewn projects.

Here’s Today’s Post:

Now that I’m no longer in school, I really love this time of year. That dread of returning to homework, tests and papers has been replaced with a deep sense of nostalgia. This year, instead of fantasizing about new supplies and freshly-pressed outfits, I think I’ll craft away my back to school blues. Thankfully, AllFreeSewing‘s latest eBook, 6 Free Sewing Projects to Make for Going Back to School, is filled with back to school projects that you can wear or use immediately.

I like that this eBook is filled with ideas for everyone. Whether you’re crafting for a kid or an adult, you’ll find crafty ideas in this eBook. Also, the projects cater to a variety of skill sets, so you can try something more difficult or go back to basics.

Lunch Sack

My personal favorite project in this eBook is the Lunch Sack. Last year I decided to “go green” and carry a reusable tote to work each day instead of using (and then throwing away) a plastic bag. This project is a great option if you want to keep your food the correct temperature and save the environment from unnecessary waste. It’s honestly so easy to make this project – beginners can show off their work with pride!

 

Here are some more back to school projects to get you in the fall spirit:

  1. Bow Backpack
  2. School Supply Caddy
  3. Pencil and Notebook Folders
  4. Back to School Desk Bag

 

Are you excited for back to school season? Why or why not?

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