Mega List of Easy Sewing Projects
Easy sewing projects are fantastic for beginners and experienced folks too. This list is full of ways to sew something useful and cute in a hurry.
I made several to get to know my new sewing machine. You can sew them for gifts, sell them at craft fairs or online to make some cash, or keep them all for yourself. They make great scrap buster projects too!
Mega List of Easy Sewing Projects
These easy sewing projects are budget friendly. Most only cost a couple of dollars. You can’t beat that!
For $1, you can't go wrong with this sturdy tote bag. It's the perfect size to hold a few books and toys.
No more throw away sponges with this simple easy sew Kitchen Sponge tutorial. I love the fabric as well as how well they work.
I love these DIY makeup remover pads. These easy to sew reusable makeup remover pads are soo soft on my skin and were so simple to make that you can make a bunch at once. It is an easy to follow step by step tutorial with pictures and video
A person can never have too many tote bags to carry all their things. Of course I LOVE the print on this one!
No more plastic bags for me at the grocery store. Now my vegetables and fruit are picked out and put in my zero-waste produce bags. It was so easy to make that I made several for my friends.
What’s an herbal dream pillow? It’s a delightful smelling packet of relief to help you fall and stay asleep. You don’t know what you’re missing until you make one, and then you won’t want to sleep without it.
This little project is super useful around the house, and it's so easy to make. Great gift idea!
Keep your littles warm and toasty with a soft hat made of fleece that covers their ears. The added car detail is cute as a button!
Make an absorbant cover up for the beach from a towel. One less thing to carry!
Pick a fun print, and whip up this easy baby blanket in no time. Moms can never have too many.
Add a pop of color to any space with this scrapbook paper banner. Yes, you can sew paper!
Here's a fun addition to your Taco Tuesday!
If you sew, you're going to have scraps. Don't let that pretty fabric go to waste. Collect it in a basket for future projects. Perhaps a quilt?
Get your RV ready for extreme hot or cold temperatures with insulated curtains.
Keep your neck warm this winter with an infinity scarf made of flannel. So quick and easy, you can make one to match every outfit.
Small boxes and trays are super helpful for organizing just about anything. These would be lovely on your desk, bathroom sink or dresser.
Just one line of sewing makes these hanging kitchen towels the easiest sewing project of them all. Make sure your towels stay put!
Mug mat, mug rug, or coaster - something to put your mug or drink on to protect a surface. Place a hot mug on these scented mats for an added bonus.
Do you wear shoes in the house? This rug keeps things organized and tidy by the front door.
Never drop the soap again with this easy wash cloth soap holder. (These are great sellers at craft fairs.)
Here's a hot pad with a twist. Imagine the color and pattern possibilities!
Sew a sturdy apron from a couple of placemats for working outdoors in the garden or tending chickens.
What could be better for the kitchen than an apron made from a tea towel? How convenient!
This easy sewing project is pure genius. I wish I'd thought of it!
Are you always cold? Make yourself (or your littles) a solft and cozy blanket to cuddle under.
There is something so fun about a hooded towel. Maybe it's that they actually stay on the head? You can easily sew them in any color to match your bahroom decor.
Don't throw away empty feed sacks! Turn them into trendy, and highly useful, tote bags.
These are so easy to make you'll want a set for every occasion. They are cost effective and zero waste too!
Keep your baby safe and warm with crib sheets made of fleece.
For some reason towels always seem to find themselves on the foor. Add loops so they stay put.
You can make easy sewing projects for yourself, family, friends, and every room in the house. Most take less than 10 minutes to complete and are very inexpensive. Do you have any easy sewing projects to add to the list? I’d love to try them! Please share by dropping a comment below.