As the holidays are drawing near, I can’t help but get into the Christmas spirit! One of my favorite parts of the holidays is traveling to see family. With that in mind, today I’m going to show you these 10 Sewing Projects For Easier Holiday Travel! Traveling with the family is great when we have had a chance to plan ahead. For many years, we did not do this and I always dreaded road trips. Now, I look forward to them! It’s amazing what a little preparation can do for your spirit. These simple sewing projects make a big difference when you hit the road. The devil is in the details, as the saying goes, and these easy sewing projects help you cover your bases. Many of these can be made in less than an hour as well, depending on your skill level. I wish I had found these when we started traveling with our kids. Things like organizing coloring supplies so they didn’t scatter in the floor and melt into the carpet, or having a place to store headphones so I wasn’t getting asked a million times to find them. I hope these projects help you as much as they have helped me!
As we dive into these, I’ve included a basic list of the supplies you’ll need for these projects in case you need to restock. So, sit back and enjoy!
What You’ll Need:
- Matching Thread
- Optional Rotary Cutter & Mat
- Measuring tape
- Thread nippers
- Sewing machine
- Fabric marker
10 Sewing Projects For Easier Holiday Travel
And that’s it! Which one of these 10 sewing projects for easier holiday travel was your favorite? Let us know in the comments. We hope these fun projects will make your next road trip to see grandma the best one yet.
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