DIY Fabric Crafts

To sew or not to sew, that is the question. It doesn't matter if you are new to sewing or have a skilled hand, we have tutorials, tips and projects you can find…
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DIY No-Sew Outdoor Patio Cushions
The beauty of this no-sew method is that you can cover and re-cover the cushions quickly and easily to redecorate for different occasions. There's no need to take off the original cover if it's still in good shape. You can also remove the cover and throw it in the washer if it gets dirty and then put it right back on when it comes out of the dryer. Sounds like a win-win situation to us!
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Top 10 Places to Buy Fabric Online
Here's the problem with buying fabric online: It's hard to stop shopping. There are literally thousands of prints and patterns to scroll through, and they come in every shade and every price point. Luckily, for people who love fabric, this isn't ​actually​ a problem. Prepare to go down a really beautiful rabbit hole with these 10 online fabric stores.
DIY No-Sew Braided Pillow Cover
Cozy pillows are a must-have item to get the most out of your relaxation, but they can be super expensive, and it can be difficult to find just the right colors to go with your decor. Have no worries – we're here to help you create some low-cost pillows, even if you don't know how to sew. This no-sew pillow cover is simple enough to make that you can even change up your pillowcases for any mood or season.
How to Make a Jewelry Roll Organizer
Stick to the fun stuff and keep untangling a knot of necklaces off your travel itinerary with this handy jewelry roll organizer. No one wants to spend precious vacation time unraveling a ball of baubles and bangles. All it takes is a place mat and a little ribbon to keep your jewelry neat, tidy and accessible on your adventures.
DIY Felt Fruit-Slice Coasters
Nothing says summer like a nice slice of zesty citrus fruit. There's just something about the tang on your tongue when you bite into a juicy, ripe orange or squeeze a mouthwatering lemon into a cold glass of iced tea. Bring the taste of summer into your home all year and create a feast for your eyes with these delightful, simple-to-make felt fruit-slice coasters.
DIY Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths
At first glance, throwaway duster cloths seem to be harmless. However, when thousands of users are throwing them away daily, they can quickly become another unnecessary waste product. It doesn't take much time to create a reusable duster cloth that will last years and years, and even a beginner can master this project. Plus, it's a wonderful way to use flannel scraps so they won't end up in the landfill. That's a win-win situation in our book!
How to Make a No-Sew Produce Bag
Jump on the zero-waste bandwagon with this clever produce bag created from an old T-shirt. Not only will you keep a worn-out garment from being thrown in a landfill but when you make one of these, you will keep hundreds of plastic produce bags from the trash heap as well. You don't even have to know how to sew to satisfy your inner earth steward and be cute at the same time.
DIY Fabric Hot-Dish Basket
A sit-down dinner during the holidays (or at any time for that matter) is a real treat, and eating family-style can make a shared meal feel even more warm and cozy. However, passing those hot dishes around the table with regular hot pads can make handing over straight-from-the-oven casseroles pretty awkward. This simple hot-dish basket made from a placemat will make exchanging those hot serving dishes easy and safe. Get ready for everyone at your table to be saying, "Please pass the hot dish."
Simple Tips for Sewing With Leather
Sewing with leather on your home sewing machine is totally possible. There is absolutely no reason to fear leather. As long as you remember to make a few adjustments to your regular sewing, you'll be sewing leather projects like chic bucket bags, crossbody bags and even journals with leather covers in no time. All it takes to get started are some new needles, a little planning and a few things you probably already have around the house.
DIY Fleece Pocket Scarf
There's just something special about pockets. You can create some unexpected pockets of beauty by adding them to a fleece scarf. Not only will they keep your hands warm but consider how nice it will be to grab your phone, lip gloss and some spare change and slip them into your snuggly scarf pockets before you head out into the cold looking fabulously casual.
DIY No-Sew Fleece Fringe Scarf
Baby, it's cold outside, and a fringe scarf will not only keep you cozy and warm but will also make a nice accent for any outfit. You don't even have to know how to sew for this piece-of-cake project. Just grab 1/4 yard of fleece and a little bit of yarn and you'll be creating your own scarf in no time.
DIY No-Sew Fleece Hat
Get ready for winter and keep your noggin warm with a delightful DIY fleece hat. Even if sewing isn't your thing, you can still make a cozy, soft hat to match every outfit. It's a simple project, and your biggest problem will be choosing which fleece to use from the wonderful selections available at your local fabric shop.
DIY Felt Flowers Bouquet
These delightful felt flowers will not only be a heartfelt and charming expression of love or friendship but they'll last forever. It just takes a few minutes and a little bit of craft felt to recreate some of nature's prettiest blossoms and make someone's day a little bit brighter.
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3 DIY No-Sew Holiday Masks
This holiday season, don't let wearing a mask make you a grinch. Masks can be fun. Here are three festive masks you can make yourself with absolutely no sewing required. They are made with two layers of t-shirt fabric, with only the top layer decorated. Since the two layers are not sewn together, you can easily separate them and wash the layer that touches your face. So, will you be Santa, Rudolph or Frosty the Snowman? No matter which mask you wear, you'll be spreading holiday cheer!
DIY Mittens From An Upcycled Flannel Shirt
Hey, all you mitten people out there — we've got the best mitten making idea, hands down! Take an old flannel shirt that's been hanging around the thrift store or maybe even a loved one's old shirt to create some mittens. Not only will they keep your hands toasty warm, but they'll look so cute, your friends will be asking which little boutique carries them.