If you are new to sewing, it can be difficult to find sewing projects that you can handle. A lot of projects are designed for people that have some sewing experience. Thankfully, these simple projects aren’t challenging at all. As long as you know how to thread a needle, you should be able to handle every one of these projects. They’ll help you to get your sewing off to a solid start.
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Coasters are an item that everyone can find a use for. They’re a great way to protect furniture, especially when guests are over. While many coasters are made from thicker materials, it is possible to make coasters from scraps of cloth. This is a great sewing project for novices.
- For each coaster, you will need a scrap of printed fabric cut into a 3 1/2-inch square
- You will also need a cotton scrap of the same size
- Sew the printed fabric onto the cotton square
- Cut out a strip of iron on vinyl
- Following the instructions, press the vinyl onto the printed side of the coaster
- Trim your coaster all the way around, and it will be ready to use
Velvet Glasses Pouch
Not everyone that wears glasses has to keep their glasses on all the time. This simple pouch will give you a way to carry your glasses safely and stylishly.
Take your glasses and hold them against a strip of 50mm velvet ribbon.
Measure the velvet to see how much room you need for your glasses.
Cut your strip at a length that is 1/2 inch longer than the length of the velvet.
Take a second strip of velvet, and cut it so that it is three inches longer than the initial strip.
Place the strips together so that the velvet is on the inside.
Stitch the two strips together, and then turn them inside out.
From there, you can start using your pouch to hold your glasses.
Sachets can help to improve the smell of your clothing and they can also help you to keep moths out of your drawers. To make your own sachet, you will need at least two 5 inch fabric squares.
- Sew the two squares together with a 1/2-inch seam allowance.
- You should leave a 1 1/2-inch opening at the bottom of the square.
- Once the squares have been sewn together, you can fill them with a scented filling.
- If your goal is to repel moths, lavender buds are an excellent choice.
- Aromatic cedar can also help to keep moths away.
Everyone is a beginner at some point
If you have never sewn before, you need to take on sewing projects that match your skill level. These projects are ideal for novices. As your sewing skills improve, you’ll be able to take on projects that are more challenging complex. You’ll be able to make clothing, tote bags, and so much more.
Everyone needs to start somewhere. If sewing is a hobby that you’ve just started, these projects should help you to hone your skills.