Create an eye-catching purse when you sew up this fun, canteen style bag.
Whether you dress it up or down, this swing dress is easy to wear and looks great.
Early morning sun waking you up? Get a bit more shuteye with a pretty sleep mask.
Ever go to IKEA and fall in love with a set of napkins or a placemat, but don’t want to used them for dinner? Learn how to take those pretties and transform them into pillows. Tired of making pillows? Use those napkins (and a belt) to make a cute tote instead.
Even preschoolers need school supplies! Sew up a cute, toddler-sized backpack or this version that looks just like big brother\sister’s just in time for school to start.
Sew up a classic tee (currently only in a size large) just in time for weekend lounging.
Those long summer bike rides may be coming to an end, but it’s not too late to whip up one of these cute bike buckets to hold all their goodies.
Keep your jewelry in order and tangle free with this hanging jewelry organizer. (this might also work as a travel organizer, too).
Know a college student that will live in the dorm? This shower caddy will make a perfect gift before they head back to school.
There’s still plenty of time to get in those summer BBQs. These insulated koozies are the perfect way to personalize everyone’s drink and keep it cold.
Make road trips with the little ones more comfortable with one of these padded seat belt covers.
The perfect look for summer evenings, a linen, off-the-shoulder dress.
The contest for free fabric may be over, but you can still learn how to make a pencil skirt in any size (for yourself or your daughter)! Want one with pockets? Be sure to read this tutorial instead.
Wet bags are great to have over the summer to stash those wet bathing suits, but can be expensive to make. Instead of springing for the PUL, try a shower curtain instead. Want a zippered version of the bag, instead? Be sure to check out my tutorial at WeAllSew.
The cutest way to carry your back-to-school lunch money: Zippered Apple Pouches.
This video will teach you how to create your own sun visor. Now why didn’t I find this soon this summer?
When I was pregnant with Easton, I purchased a pregnancy pillow at was very expensive (around $70), but gave me the best night’s sleep. Now you can make the same pillow at home (and probably for a lot less).