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8 Easy Sewing Projects for the Home
Baked potatoes are the ultimate comfort food. They fill you up. They go well with yummy additions like cheese and chives. They are even healthy for you. But baking a potato can take a while and if you are in need of a quick lunch, potatoes never used to be an option. Now you can munch on a tater whenever you would like. Make this Hot Potato Pouch and you will have warm and ready potatoes in minutes.
Unless you're extremely lucky, almost everyone knows the horrible sensation when they grab hold of a pot after it's been simmering on the stove. Sure, your stew is delicious, but is it worth burning your skin over? Thankfully, projects like the Scraptacular Pot Holder Pocket exist to prevent injury due to over-anxiety for food. From this free pot holder sewing pattern you can create a kitchen accessory to slide over the metal handle. When it comes time to move your dish to a serving area, this stylish sleeve will protect your hand from injury.
Serve dinner like grandma used to with this Vintage Inspired Dinner Roll Holder, a retro vintage geometric bowl with a slot for each roll! Vintage sewing patterns that yield table top accessories this charming are absolutely worth the work. It's incredible what an embroidery hoop, some retro fabric, and a little imagination will do for your table-scape. Sew and serve with this classic dish at your next dinner party for a look that takes you back in time.
Ziploc bags are great, but doesn't it always feel like such a waste throwing them out after one use? The Ultimate Reusable Snack Bag solves that problem. This reusable snack bag tutorial will teach you how to make an awesome machine-washable snack bag that you can use over and over. Whether you're packing a sandwich lunch or need a place to store your snacks, this snack bag is the perfect size.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, and while this Adorable Apple Hot Pad won't improve your health, it will come in handy for chefs and bakers. This tutorial shows you how to make a potholder that is a great addition to your DIY kitchen decor. This hot pad is quilted with intricacy and detail. Make a juicy red, crisp green, or bright yellow apple, or pick any colors and patterns to match your kitchen. You can give it as a gift or make one as a sweet treat for yourself.
Sew your own patchwork kitchen mat and you can liven up your kitchen floor while using up fabric scraps from your stash. This easy sewing pattern is a great way to decorate your kitchen.
You're headed to a party or family gathering and you have to bring a dish. To make sure the dish stays warm and ready to eat, sew a casserole carrier. In this collection you'll find the best casserole carrier sewing patterns out there.
If you love quilting or working with fabric scraps, it's time to familiarize yourself with the mug rug. We've put together this collection of free mug rug patterns for you to try. Find free mug rug patterns, placemat patterns and napkins.
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