Starting with an easy sewing project is a great way to learn to sew. Those same simple projects are a great way to revive your spirits when you just need to sew something without getting into a complex sewing project.
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These easy to follow directions walk you through creating a simple, washable cover for your throw pillows.
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These are my favorite potholders! The padding is removable so they stay new looking wash after wash, and use up my scraps of fabric.
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This simple to sew project ends with a usable tote bag for groceries or for travel! I've never met anyone who couldn't use another tote bag, especially at vacation time!Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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This simple to sew, roll up tool holder is a great way to tote your tools to class or keep them secure at home.
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Convert a strip of fleece to make a useful scarf and hat in one. This project is a great way to keep a little one's head and neck warm with one simple garment.
07 of 10This grocery bag caddy is a great way to keep your used plastic bags at hand to re-use them. Make one to match any room!
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One Yard Apron
This project only uses one yard of fabric and is all straight sewing. A great learn to sew project!Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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When my daughters were young, I would take a day or two and make bags full of hair scrunchies. I was always ready to replace the ones they lost that way!
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This simple sewing project uses very little fabric and scraps of trim to create a great little gift or package decoration. Make them with lavender from your garden or a dot of essential oils on old potpourri.