You don’t need to be an expert seamstress to get your clothing to fit just how you want it. Here are three easy ways to alter clothes that any beginner can do.
A stretchy headband with a decorative ‘knot’ is one of the easiest sewing project to make. All ages and skills levels love them, from beginner to advanced.
Sometimes called a soap saver, a bath mitt with soap pocket makes it easy to grasp even the smallest pieces of soap. It’s perfect for zero waste living and also a great assistive aid for people with limited grip strength. Follow this easy tutorial to sew your own.
Make your own flannel handkerchiefs out of an old shirt. They are reusable (zero waste) and soft on the skin. A full sewing tutorial with photos are included.
A packing cube is a zippered mesh bag used to organize clothes within luggage. Sew your own packing cubes in three sizes with this easy pattern and photo tutorial.
Rice hand warmers are quick to sew, affordable, and make wonderful gifts for the holidays. This tutorial will show you how to create them in a few easy steps.
Sherpa is a warm and fuzzy fabric that will keep you warm all winter. Follow this easy tutorial to sew a DIY Sherpa infinity scarf for yourself and your friends.
Cut down on waste by sewing a set of super easy reusable makeup remover pads! Follow the photos and easy directions below to make your own.
Everyone’s favorite 90’s hair accessory is back! Learn how to make a scrunchie with step by step photos and easy to follow instructions. You’ll want one in every color!
Turn any towel into a spa towel wrap with this quick and easy sewing project. It only take a few minutes!