10 Cute, Quick and Easy Spring Sewing Projects
Can you believe Spring has Sprung? Me either, seems just like yesterday I was wrapping Christmas gifts and placing them under the tree. Here in Florida we have trees full of green and Crape Myrtles full of purple hues. Kids riding bikes and swimming in pools. Adults gardening and cooking out. The Sunday air fills with the smell of barbecue chicken cooking on the grill and the sky with just a few puffy white clouds. Spring is in full bloom for sure. This past Saturday I actually had a chance to sew with the windows open. Was nice to get the fabric out, clean the machine and begin stitching with a calm and relaxed environment. It got me thinking I should probably share some of my favorite designers and their Spring sewing projects.
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Spring Sewing Projects for Outdoors
- Everyone in our house wear sunglasses and each has a sunglass case. This is a must have or else your glasses end up full of scratches. I found this cute and fast spring sewing project, Funky Sunglass case by Heather Valentine at The Sewing Loft.
2. All little girls need a pretty bunny skirt. I can see my little Heidi twirling ’round and ’round in the lush green grass. Best part of this adorable Spring Sewing Pattern is the skirt top is elastic, so your kiddo will be comfy in her Bunny Skirt by Amy Friend of During Quiet Time.
3. A must have for little girls this time a year is a sleeveless and comfortable top. Patty Young, designer of all things cute from Mod Kid created this, appropriately titled, Sunny Days Tank.
4. One of the first things we did once the weather became nice was had a picnic! There are a few must haves for sunny weather and on that list would be a casserole carrier and Patty Young from Mod Kid has the perfect spring sewing pattern for you.
5. Picnics can be a delightful experience. Along with your invited friends and family sometimes you get a few UN-invited guest, such as ants and flies. To prevent the flies from getting stuck in your potato salad, Patti of Hearth & Vine, provided you with this fast and useful Fabric bowl cover Spring Sewing pattern for free.
Spring Sewing Projects for Indoors
6. Head back into the house and think of some fond memories when you rest on this precious pillow. The Remember Lil’ me throw pillow by Jan and Sonja of Sustain my Craft Habit, uses your child’s old clothing to create a new memory. What a great Spring Sewing project to give as a gift.
7. When decorating the dinning room there are many things to take into consideration. One of my favorite items to have on my table would be a table runner. Heather of The Sewing Loft designed a Simple Table Runner pattern with you in mind.
8. On top of your place setting, should be a lovely napkin with complimentary napkin ring. I found a perfect spring sewing pattern that YOU can create in no time at all. Designed by Jan and Sonja from Sustain my Craft Habit.
9. Now that your dinning room is set there is one last must have for a spring table setting, a center piece of flowers. Brighten up your space with these Always in Bloom fabric flowers by Heather Valentine of The Sewing Loft.
10. Last but not least, you simply must have a bright and cheery pillow for your sewing room that will keep you motivated. What better than to have a Blooming Basket full of color! This free pattern is designed for your Go! Accuquilt cutter by Lee Chappell Monroe.
I certainly hope these Spring Sewing Projects helped inspired you. Gather up your fabric today and plan your weekend sewing projects. Join in on my Facebook group, Sew UFO. This support group is designed to share all your projects as you go along. Join today!