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.
Happy National Sewing Month!
Here’s today’s post:
As the editor of AllFreeSewing.com, I look forward to rounding up the top projects at the end of each month. August was a great month for AllFreeSewing because with the summer coming to a close, we were able to celebrate the end of one season and the start of another. Personally, I love the transition of summer to fall and with so many great sewing projects and tutorials to choose from, there’s no shortage of things to make for either season.
We let our readers decide which projects are worthy of making the top projects list. Out of all the projects featured in August AllFreeSewing newsletters, these are the ones you’ve deemed the best. If you’re not subscribed to receive our newsletters, you’re missing out! You can subscribe here.
For a quick recap on the things you missed, check out a few of the top projects in August. If you’re one of the regulars, please take this opportunity to revisit your favorites – they could spark some new inspiration!
Personalize these fun dolls for friends and family! They make for fun and creative gifts or just a fun sewing project for you to work on.
If you’re in the retro mood, make this dinner roll holder – perfect as a useable table decoration.
Headed to a dinner party or family gathering? Don’t show up empty handed. Make any of these easy hostess gifts you can sew right before the event.
Large Tote With Rounded Opening
Large enough to fit everything you need for a day at the beach or traveling, this tote bag is both useful and cute.
For the entire list, see the “Top Projects of August” collection.
What kinds of crafting projects did you make in August?