Got scraps? These tartan fabric pouches are a fun way to use them up!
Dolls and Daydreams are one of my favorite stuffy pattern companies – you can try out one of their patterns for free while giving back to the community too (FYI this post is from 2013 so the original doll drive is finished, but this pattern still makes a great gift for toy drives and mitten trees).
Looking for stocking stuffers? These sleep masks make great gifts!
Enter to win a copy of Crafty Little Things to Sew and a bundle of Daydream Fabric.
Make the holidays more personal by sewing one of these handmade recipe tea towels for your hostess.
Is your car in need of some organization? This caddy has a pocket for all the necessities and serves as a waste bin, too! Need something for your purse too? Check out this free organizer pattern on Craftsy!
This fun top is perfect dressed up for the holidays or down for a more casual look.
If your little girl is in need of more American Girl style accessories for her doll, don’t miss this easy sleeping bag tutorial.
Even if you’re not a quilter, this dresden pillow project should be easy to stitch together – and with showstopping results, too!
Raglan tees have to be my favorite style of shirt. Now you can sew up one for your child with this free pattern (sizes 2-14).