: Made with bold fabric, zany buttons, and quirky ribbons. Tipnut is loaded with pincushion projects, you’ll find the master list on
Finger Hot Pads: Cute little pocket hotpads for your fingers. You’ll find dozens more potholders to sew on this page.
: Pattern pieces available via free pdf download. More wristlets to make are found
No-Sew Sachets: Stuffed with potpourri, lavender flowers or balsam fir needles. More ideas are found here.
Water Bottle Tote
: Elastic opening at top and twill tape for strap, template included (can be adjusted for size if needed).
Press Bag: Made with two 9 1/2″ squares of fabric (one for lining), top cuff is folded down and embellish as you like (yo-yo, button, etc.).
: Fabric pieces can be all from the same print or mix as you like, template download provided.
Envelope Bag: A sweet little pouch with a button and loop closure, use to carry small utensils and other goodies.
: Strips of pretty fabric and ribbon are used to transform plain bath towels into something special.
Dresden Petal Handbag: Template included, you’ll need 14 strips using 7 different fat quarter scraps. You’ll find dozens of patchwork pretties on this page.
Reusable Snack Bags
: Made using material from a vinyl tablecloth, you’ll find lunch bags and accessories on
Embroidered Buttons: Stitch on a piece of fabric before covering buttons, either sketch your own designs or use the print as a pattern.
: Sewn on the diagonal then quilted to make a mat (fabric binding around the edges). You’ll find over two dozen more projects
Glasses Case: Features a foldover tab with button & elastic closure. More projects found here.
: Lovely design that features a d-ring hanging loop. Plenty more ideas
Checkbook Cover: Features a sweet fabric ruffle embellishment across the top. More ideas can be found here.
: A fun, anthropologie inspired design using a tea towel and fabric scraps. More crafty towels are listed
Tissue Cozy: A basic design using four coordinating pieces of fabric. Tutorials for both tissue boxes and pouches are listed here.
: A sweet toy boat with ribbon taggies along the edges. More baby toy projects are
Bracelets: Strips of fabric are sewn and braided to make a cuff, then crafty bling added for embellishment. More craft bracelets & bangles are on this page.
: Lined with fusible interfacing, lots more tutorials are listed
on this page
Microwave Heating Pad: These can be made in a variety of sizes, try making pocket or hand warmers. Fill with rice, beans, etc. (ideas listed on the page).
Post-It Note Holder
: Cover an acrylic frame, fabric, Heat n’ bond ultra hold adhesive sheet, ribbons, buttons and whatever else you like for embellishment.
Keyboard Wrist Rest: Make these any size you like, filled with rice, template download available. Find more office supply projects here.
: Fill with dried beans or flax seeds, dried rice, lentils or buckwheat and dried lavender or chamomile. More eye masks listed
on this page
DIY Stickers/Tape: Easy to make and useful for wrapping, these are made with double sided adhesive tape.
: Supplies needed are self covering buttons, 15mm magnets, pliers, glue and bits of fabric.
Hair Curlers: A small amount of polyester stuffing is used to shape the curlers, you’ll also need a button and some thread.
: Fun idea using fusible fleece, ribbon, fabric and a bit of craft glue. Use as party favors, to pass special notes, whatever you like!
How To Make A Yo-Yo: These are used to embellish all kinds of things (totes, quilts, hair clips, etc.).
: Made with home decor weight fabric, duck cloth or canvas, the round ends are finished in a contrasting piping. More tutorials
Jean Cuffs: Add a fun print at the cuff and buttons in a complimentary color.
Sewing Machine Cover
: A few different prints cut in various widths are sewn together for this cover, solid piece lining and ribbon ties. More covers are
Closet Tags: Fabric pieces in a variety of colors are used, along with Heat N Bond Ultra (no sew), ribbon and pinking shears.
Mason Jar Cozies
: Glass jars are ideal for storing sewing notions, pantry supplies, etc. Dress them up with these cuties (3 ways).
Quilted Bouquet Cozy: A sweet little project made with assorted fabric pieces, cotton batting, coordinating ribbon and grommets.
: Nice idea for keeping cords neat and tidy, button closure.
Braided Rag Bags: Can use repurposed items (such as t-shirts, ripped denim) and leftover material/prints with different textures and colors.
: This can be used to stash project supplies, as a makeup bag or even a wallet.
Envelope-It: Attached to elastic so you can wrap it around books, ideal for stashing receipts, etc.