10 Sewing tutorials for beginners

Learn how to sew a simple zippered case, by Design Sponge.

Go to the tutorial here.


Chic wrist cuff, from J*Casa Handmade`s blog


Find the tutorial here.

Get your sewing supplies together is these extra cute
storage buckets from Handmade Matters.

Find the tutorial in the link above:)

                                                                         
Decorate your couch with this colorful Scrap buster fall pillow by Cluck Cluck Sew.
Get to the tutorial here
I plan to make myself a few of these sweeet pleated headbands from Craftiness is not optional:)
Get the amazing tutorial here.
Prepare some Stitched Christmas Cards  as shown by this Craft Blog.   
See the tutorial here.
This Picnic Caddy from Snowy Bliss would make a great gift for someone who enjoys eating outdoors:)
Get the know how here.
Ever wanted a box pouch? This one is not only easy to make but will surely cheer up your day with it`s bright colors and happy pattern:)
Find the tutorial here:)
I love reinventing old boring t-shirts or cardigans.
Here is one option to do just that:)
Learn how to make a Rose Petal Tee here.
Make something cute and useful for your or your friend`s baby:)
Learn how to sew these pacifier clips from How about Orange, go to the tutorial here.
These are 10 sewing tutorials perfect for beginners. Go and check out these amazingly creative blogs and get inspired! For the above projects you can use any left-over fabrics with great attractive patterns, or just simple plain colorful ones:)
Hope you enjoy these!
Will be back with some felted goodness!
Hugs!

2 Comments

  1. You will never guess what my next tutorial will be! It’s a zippered pouch tutorial exactly like the first link you posted! So glad I finally overcome my fear of zippers ;)

  2. foarte frumos tot ce iese din mainile tale, te admir pentru ideile tale care-mi inspira bucurie si pofta de viaata

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