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8 Easy Sewing Projects for the Home
You probably never imagined that something as unassuming as a coffee cozy could look this cool. The James Dean Blue Jean Coffee Cozy can't help but make you look boss when you step outside with your cup of caffeine wrapped in some custom denim. Clean up your fabric stash and apply it to this simple sewing pattern. Custom coffee sleeves like this one also include a functional pocket to slip anything from a gift card to a tea bag in.
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.
From Christmas sewing projects to simple napkins for your everyday table, these cloth napkin tutorials will all do the trick. All you need to do is pick the right color scheme for your occasion, open up one of these free sewing patterns, and dedicate a few hours to making the perfect pop of style for your table. Keep scrolling down to find a napkin pattern for you in How to Make Napkins 12 Ideas for Your Table.
Bring a little southern comfort to your home with these Country Kitchen Quilted Pot Holders. Simple and understated, this DIY kitchen decor is a lovely, subtle addition to your kitchenware. This pot holder pattern is so easy to follow and yields such professional results. They make great homemade gifts, particularly for new homeowners or newlyweds, who probably receive a lot of cookery but nothing to rest it on! Protect your countertops with these bright and sunny pot holders.
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.
Use the Round Hot Pads Tutorial to create these nifty cooking and baking accessories. These kitchen hot pads are just what you need to grab a cookie sheet out of the oven or a hot plate from the microwave.
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