8 Adorable Sewing Projects for Beginners


Sometimes sewing can be a little daunting, that or you don’t want to spend hours and hours behind the machine. Here are 8 satisfying projects easy enough for beginners. I’ve included some gift ideas as well as some projects for yourself! Continue reading to see the rest.


  • Gauzy Baby Blankets 1 of 8
    These sweet blankets can be personalized with embellishments or left sweet and simple. You can also play around with fabric dye.
    Get the tutorial from Made
  • Drawstring Bags 2 of 8
    This clever tutorial walks you through making these bags that can be used for baby changing kits. I love the idea of whipping up a bunch of these to have on hand for impromptu gift giving.
    Get the tutorial from Lovely Design
  • Oilcloth Coasters 3 of 8
    These darling gingham coasters would look great in your home and would also make a great housewarming gift! The oilcloth keeps them water resistant.
    Get the tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Lightweight Infinity Scarf 4 of 8
    I love scarves in the summer. They're perfect If it gets a little chilly at night or for in a cold restaurant. This infinity scarf is beautiful and simple to make.
    Get the tutorial from Cottage Home
  • Simple Hair Bows 5 of 8
    It seems like bows always get lost at the park or you can't find the one you're looking for. With this tutorial you can make a whole slew of bows for you or your little lady!
    Get the tutorial from Momtastic
  • Snack bags 6 of 8
    Make some really cute snack bags that you can use over and over again. These would make such a fun shower gift!
    Get the tutorial from Owen's Olivia
  • Kindle Cover 7 of 8
    This tutorial walks you through making a fabric cover for your kindle or nook. Make it your own with some awesome fabric and a cute button!
    Get the tutorial from Coats and Clark
  • Tissue Pack Cover 8 of 8
    Tissues don't get much cuter than this! Make covers for those unsightly plastic wrappers in any fabric you choose.
    Get the tutorial from Better Homes and Gardens


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