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If you are like me you love cooking in your kitchen but always want to make sure you have the right items when you need them. I know we could go buy them in the store but I love making things. In the end, it is personalized to meet me and my kitchens needs. So I am going to share with you 12 useful & easy kitchen sewing projects. Most of these sewing projects can be completed by a beginner following our easy to use tutorials.
You may say well who has the time to sew all these items for their kitchen. You might be surprised as some of the items literally take only a few dollars worth of material and less than 5 minutes to sew! Not all of the kitchen sewing projects are that easy but many can be completed in less than 30 minutes. If new to sewing and don’t know what sewing machine to get may I recommend my favorite that I use daily a Brother cs6000i sewing machine. It is a great sewing machine for all skill levels and can sew just about anything.
Useful & Easy Kitchen Sewing Projects
When it comes to our kitchen we always think about new crafts or even utensils but when is the last time you thought about sewing something for your Kitchen? Think no more as we have many useful & easy kitchen Sewing projects that you can start making today! These are kitchen sewing projects that are super useful and look cute even when they aren't in use.
Not only is this a great kitchen sewing project to keep your fingers from burning in the microwave, but you can also use these to keep your fingers from freezing when eating ice cream. This is an easy sew with a full step by step tutorial that you can start today.
If your house is anything like mine you can never have enough potholders. They seem to either accidentally get burned or somehow go missing. This round potholder is great for kitchens as I should you how to make it in a way that it can double as a grabber.
Need a towel? Need a potholder? Well, search no more for either of them with our hanging kitchen towel sewing project. It is so easy that this one makes a perfect beginner sew as you stitch a few straight lines and then you are done. Start this simple sew today!
If you are like my family you go through a loaf of not two loaves of bread every day or two. Due to this I started making my own bread but needed somewhere to keep and store it. This is why I create this sewing tutorial for an Easy to make reusable bread bag. Start sewing this useful kitchen sewing project today. You can even make some extras to give as gifts.
Who says potholders have to be round or rectangular.? This is a potholder inspired by our own Happiest Camper logo. I love how this came out and you can replicate it as well! I even share a template for the shapes that you need to make this happen.
No more finding a Tupperware lid that will fit the container you have. Make these to fit various size bowls to help keep food fresh! I wish I had made these sooner, they work in the fridge or on the go. Sew these reusable bowl covers for your kitchen or even for a new house warming gift.
I love a good cup of tea and was feeling like I was creating lots of waste with each pot of tea I made. It inspired this fun and reusable easy sewing project to make teabags. These make great gifts for tea lovers as well. Package it up with their favorite or a new tea to try. It is such a fun and easy Kitchen sewing project that anyone can make.
We all hate cleaning our kitchen but it is a must if we want to keep things tidy. I decided to make these adorable zero waste kitchen sponges because I got tired of seeing those bland sponges that I would have to throw away. These are completely reusable, and for easy cleaning can even throw them in the dishwasher. These are such a useful kitchen sewing project.
Yes, this is another potholder sewing project as we needed to cover all bases. This tutorial is for more of the rectangle version of a potholder that you can make quickly. I show you step by step how to make these easy sew potholders for yourself or a friend.
Say enough with paper towels and make your own unpaper towels. This is a great beginner sewing project to help start your Zero Waste journey. Once you make these unpaper towels and start using them you will be like me and wish you had started sewing and using them sooner. Start this easy kitchen sewing project today and be done in minutes.
Tired of struggling to get those jars open then I have a kitchen sewing project for you to start making today. This Jar opener only takes a few items and few items to complete. These make great housewarming gifts and you can even use scrap fabric you have lying around in your stash.
I have made so many sets of cloth napkins. I make them to give as gifts as well as make special sets for special occasions or holidays. Once you make your first set of Cloth Napkins you will be making more for your special occasions as well. Start sewing a sew now and be done in less than 20 minutes.
Check back often as we will add new kitchen sewing projects to this list as we create sewing tutorials for them. I know I have a few ideas of things to make already, now I just need to find the time to make them and share them with you, my awesome readers!
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