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.
Are you ready to make your first quilt? A baby quilt is the perfect size for learning, and this one couldn’t be easier. Follow the step-by-step photo instructions using pre-cut materials to make the easiest (and cutest) rainbow baby quilt.
Don’t settle for a thin piece of foam to protect your knees when you can easily make your own garden kneeler pad. This one uses recycled materials as the stuffing for extra softness and support. This DIY kneeling pad is made with oilcloth so that it is easy to wipe clean, yet durable for kneeling on the rough ground.
Felt crafts spark imaginative play and are cheap and easy to make. Kids can cut and sew these projects themselves while learning a new life skill. They are so fun that adults love making them too!
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.
Keep your fruits and vegetables fresh, tidy and accessible with a hanging mesh produce bag. Follow this easy sewing tutorial to make your own in small, medium and large.
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.
Baby quilts check all the boxes for a beginner sewing project: easy, fast, beautiful and useful. All the baby quilt patterns on this list are also free!
Protect your Instant Pot when not in use with a beautiful, custom cover. Follow these simple instructions to make an Instant Pot cover from Pioneer Woman placemats.