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Learn how to make a clutch purse that has a retro look to it. This lovely Apple Envelope Clutch has a classic shape and pattern. Simple sewing projects that rear this much style are a must for sewing fanatics. You can easily breeze through this homemade purse in time for your next social outing. Choose a fabric with bright and bold colors like those in this sewing tutorial and you'll feel an extra surge of confidence.
Comfy and warm outerwear doesn't have to be expensive. You can sew an Asymmetrical Tunic Sweater to keep yourself cozy when the weather is cold. This easy project is a great place to start if you want to learn how to sew your own clothes. Pick out your favorite fabric in your favorite color then follow along with the sewing tutorial. This project is simple and quick to produce, and you might even want to make it in a few different colors. This project is also great for expectant mothers who are looking for DIY maternity clothes.
These Awesomely Easy Halloween Pumpkin Decorations are such a nifty autumn decoration. They look great arranged in any space, whether in a line on a mantel or in piled up in a basket on the front stoop, and are a snap to make. It can be difficult to find the right balance between fall and Halloween decorating, but these felt pumpkins are the perfect solution to your fall decorating woes. They're so bright and fun and simple, they'll bring a bit of crisp autumn energy to wherever you put them.
Bring the fall season into your home with this Burlap Fall Pillow. By following this easy tutorial you will learn how to sew a pillow in no time. Customize your pillow with your very own sweet message. You only need acrylic paint and a stencil to paint the leaves and message on the pillow it's just that simple. The neutral color scheme makes it easy to match this pillow to your other fall decorations. It will add just the right seasonal touch to any couch in your home.
These Colorful Thanksgiving Napkins will brighten your table for the holiday. Nothing says fall like this color scheme. The pretty shades of orange and red will bring a fall theme to your table. You don't have to go to great lengths to get these amazing napkins they are as simple as sewing a colorful boarder around linen napkins you already have. This makes the project budget friendly. Be sure to sew up a bunch of them for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Cold weather doesn't have to mean plain, bulky clothing. You can warm up by making a Comfy Shawl Sweater. This stylish outerwear will give you the best of both the shawl and sweater worlds. Learn how to sew a shawl that will keep you warm, even if the temperature dips. You can customize the look by choosing your own color and using an embroidery stitch on the covered button. You'll love how cozy and warm this DIY craft is to wear. You might even want to make some in a few different colors.
With this Cute Coffee Sleeve you will keep your coffee warm all throughout the holiday season! This perfect stocking stuffer idea uses thermal fabric to keep your coffee hot without burning your fingers. This adorable holiday craft creatively uses a cardboard coffee sleeve template as a pattern making it just about the cheapest DIY gift this holiday season. Use some cute Christmas pattern fabric to personalize your gift this holiday season.
As the leaves change and the temperature drops, spruce up your centerpiece with a touch of fall! These Decorative Homemade Fall Pumpkins are a simple, no-fuss bring that seasonal flavor to your home without going over the top. Oftentimes DIY fall decorations are too Halloween-centric, so if you're looking for sewing project ideas that don't have skeletons or ghosts all over, these pumpkins are perfect for you! Put them outside for some tasteful Halloween flair or keep them on the table for an understated autumn touch.
This DIY Trick-or-Treat bag is a great Halloween candy bag idea. The hidden drawstring is incredibly convenient when it's time to close the treat bag at the end of the night, especially if you have toddlers. Parents can use all the spare hands they can get on Halloween. This bag easily stays open for the children, and closes even easier for the adults. This pattern uses boning in order to keep the bag open making, it easily accessible while your children are trick-or-treating. This bag will allow you to have the best Halloween yet!
Do you have leftover Halloween fabric you don't know what to do with? Use up those scraps with these DIY Trick or Treat Bags! Whether you're constrained by how much fabric you have left or you're looking to control the amount of candy your kids can bring home, these bags are the perfect solution since they can be made in any size. You can also use this tutorial on how to sew a bag any time of the year, and just swap out fabrics when the season the changes. Put a personal touch on your child's night out, even if you don't go all-in to sew the entire costume.