These free kitchen sewing projects are great to sew up for yourself, but they also make wonderful gifts. Give them away as thoughtful and useful housewarming, graduation, birthday, or holiday presents.
The kitchen sewing projects listed here are all easy sewing projects, so even the beginner can handle making them. You'll find free patterns for oven mitts, pot holders, tortilla holders, placemats, reusable grocery and snack bags, dish towels, and many more.
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One-Hour Oven Mitt
An oven mitt is a must-have item for your kitchen and this free pattern will show you how to make one that you can use over and over again. Pair a few of these with some DIY potholders and you're all set for your next cooking or baking adventure.
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Reusable Snack Bags
This free kitchen sewing pattern is for reusable snack bags. These are perfect for holding snacks for the kids or to put in your purse so you have a snack for when you're out running errands. These washable snack bags are made from waterproof fabric, making them super easy and quick to clean up before you need to use them the next time.
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Microwave Bowl Pot Holders
Protect your hands from hot bowls with this free microwave bowl potholder pattern. These are the perfect addition to a bowl of soup on a cold winter's day. Besides protecting your hands from the heat, they'll also keep whatever is in your bowl nice and warm.
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Farmhouse Style Hanging Kitchen Towel
This free pattern makes a hanging kitchen towel that's perfect for your farmhouse style kitchen. All you need is a dish towel, potholder, and button to make this towel that can hang from your oven door or a kitchen hook. It's a quick and fun project that you'll be making for everyone you know.Continue to 5 of 13 below.
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Durable, Reusable Grocery Bag
This durable, reusable grocery bag tutorial will help you make a reusable shopping bag that you'll use over and over again when you're out grocery shopping. Bring it from the car to the kitchen and you're ready to unload your food.
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Fabric Tortilla Warmer
Get ready for taco night with this fun fabric tortilla warmer pattern. Thanks to a layer of insulation, you can use this tortilla warmer to heat up your tortillas as well as keep them warm during dinner.
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Making a DIY apron is a great way to add a handmade item to your kitchen. This modern take on the classic apron looks great and works for any age or gender. It's also a great sewing project for a beginner.
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DIY Tea Towels
Cotton fabric along with grosgrain ribbon are used to create a DIY tea towel that you'll want to use every day. These are completely customizable, so be sure to use your fabric and ribbon to make them really stand out or blend in, whatever you prefer.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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Reversible Patchwork Stand Mixer Cover
Combine sewing with applique to make this adorable cover for your stand mixer. It's also reversible, so you can completely change the look of it whenever you'd like.
Reversible Patchwork Stand Mixer Cover from The Spruce Crafts
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Here's another way to add some fun patchwork to your kitchen, with a toaster cozy. Pretty floral fabrics are used along with binding and rick-rack to create an adorable cover that you won't ever want to take off.
Toaster Cozy from Sew4Home
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Add an interesting detail to your kitchen while helping to save the environment with this free sewing pattern. These are "unpaper" towels that are made up of terry cloth instead of paper. You use them just like a paper towel, and then wash and reuse when you're done.
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Placemats are also an easy kitchen sewing project that you can tackle in just an hour or less. These are made out of chambray fabric for a farmhouse look, but you could use any type of woven fabric to get a similar look.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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Every kitchen needs a cute rug, and here's a project that shows you just how to do it. Sturdy denim is used from leftover jeans to create a patchwork of denim that's nothing less than adorable.