Whether you’re a novice or a veteren on the machine or with the needle, there’s always room for growth and the fine-tuning of some skills. Here are 15 sewing patterns to add to your reportoire. There’s something interesting for everyone on this list because we were lucky enough to find so many unique projects!
1. Cable Knit Lampshade
Farm Fresh Therapy knows that not all sewing projects have to do with our own clothes. Instead, it could be for dressing some bits and pieces around the house. Check it out after the jump!
2. Baby Headbands
Over at Brit + Co laern how to design and sew some baby headbands. Whether they’re for your own little one or for a friend’s, this is such a fun project to take on!
3. Fabric Keychains
We’re head-over-heels for these fun keychains.We found them at My So Called Crafty Life and thought they’d be a great DIY gift for the gals. Personalize with fabric choice and wrap them up nicely!
4. Fringe Purse
A Beautiful Mess has this fun project up their sleeves too. It’s a great way to fine tune your sewing skills and add something extra fun to your wardrobe.
5. Scrap Fabric Napkins
Turn those pieces of scarp fabric into napkins! You’ll have such a fun collection after you’ve utilized all the extra bits. Check out this tutorial at Studio BeauVert.
6. Headwrap Bands
Delia Creates always has really great ideas and inspiration. And these headwrap bands are needed for everyone with long locks to tame.
7. Lace Skirt
If you’re looking for more projects to spruce up your wardrobe, take this one into consideration. A lace skirt is always a great idea. And it’s easier than you may think to make yourself. Grab the details at Pearls and Scissors.
8. Button Lunch Bags
You can even whip yourself a charming lunch bag with some help from Purl Bee. Finding the ring fabric and buttons will be such a fun time!
9. Swing Dress
Merrick’s Art has a great DIY for a swing dress. It’s a simple pattern and we love how you can use funky prints or colors as the main inspiration behind the finished look.
10. Lumbar Pillow
Check out how to create one of these cozy additions to the bed after the jump. Liz Marie will walk you through the proecess seamlessly.
A simple kimono is a necessity for everyone’s closet. Thankfully, you can easily make your own! Just visit Francois et Moi to learn how.
12. Quilted Pouch
Have fun getting your school accessories in order with this little pouch. You can also use it to organize your purse! Check it out at Fort Worth Studios.
13. Flannel Scarves
Check out Delia Creates for more information behind the creation of this scarf. It’s an easier project to take on for both veterans and novices.
14. Leather Clutch
The Felted Fox will walk you throw this chic leather clutch. If you’re into adding more to your accessory collection, take a closer peek at this DIY.
15. Sweater Beanie
A Beautiful Mess gives you a super innovative way to turn an old sweater into a beanie. It’s a perfect DIY gift idea or an upcycled project as well!