These sewing projects are actually useful and can help to organize your house.
My husband bought me a sewing machine last December and I thought what would I make as a beginner? Well, definitely I won’t be able to do something difficult and spectacular. But at least I can sew something that’s useful and even better perhaps I can sell it!
I’m looking around on Pinterest and found some interesting sewing projects that I can try and here I am. Making a post about it!
Here’s a collection of the best free sewing patterns & tutorials gathered from all over the web. You’ll find patterns here for bed caddies, fabric rollups, pouches and many more!
And because some of these projects use very little fabric they would be ideal for using up those smaller scraps of fabric you may have leftover from other projects.
Let’s take a look at what we can sew!
#1 Phone Charger Holder
I know it from the moment I see this picture. I need to make this because it’s super useful! Sometimes when you need to charge your phone, you don’t know where to put your phone. Then this holder is the answer to that! Check the full tutorial via Flamingo Toes.
#2 Sofa Caddy
I have the exact sofa model like this and it’s very difficult to put anything on top of the sofa hand because the remote will fall down easily. If you sew this sofa caddy then there won’t be any problem like that! via Art Gallery Fabrics.
#3 Hanging Makeup Roll
This is the best invention I have ever found! I really love the idea that you can put your makeup brush like this because it will stay clean and separated via Found in the Ali.
#4 DIY Cord Keeper From Fabric Scraps
No more tangle and unorganized cables! via Leafy Treetop
#5 Bedside Pocket Organizer
This bedside pocket is perfect for your kids’ bedroom or your room, you can put your phone or iPad so it will be easy to reach via Sew Can She.
#6 Toilet Paper Holder
I have always wanted to try this and I know with this toilet paper holder I can keep the toilet paper clean, organized and pretty. All in one solution! Plus you don’t have to worry that you’ll run out of toilet paper because you can put extra 3 rolls via ET Speaks from Home.
#7 DIY Pencil Pouch
Get organized with this pencil pouch, you can also use this to put all your travel documents such as passport and plane ticket. The size is just perfect for that! via Alice and Lois.
#8 Walker Caddy
This is a perfect gift idea for your parents if they have a walker via Go To Sew.
#9 Makeup Bag
I really love the shape or this makeup bag! You can check the full tutorial via Kollabora.
#10 Quick and Easy Pillowcase
Make your own pillowcase with this tutorial via The Polkadot Chair!
#11 Easy Square Apron
Love, love, love the shape of the apron. It’s unique and could be a great gift idea for Mother’s Day also! via All Free Sewing
#12 Hand Purse Organizer
We all know every woman has a black hole in their own purse including me :lol:. By sewing this handy purse organizer you’ll be able to organize your purse better via Sew Modern Bags.
#13 Car Visor Tissue Pocket
If you have a small dashboard in your car then this could be a perfect sewing project for you. No need to put a tissue box instead you can put your tissue in this tissue pocket via Pattern Pile.
#14 Double Sided pouch
I really love the idea of this pouch! This is super handy especially when you have a small purse via Gluestick’s Blog.
#15 Easy Envelope Pillowcase
Bored with the look of your sofa? Rather than buying a new one, why not just sew it? You can check the full tutorial via Delia’s Creates.
#16 Mini Boxy Makeup Bag
Another makeup bag that you can sew. This one has a boxy shape via Say Yes.
#17 Fabric Basket with an Easy Close Drawstring
This bag is perfect to put some stuff when you want to go for a short trip to the beach. You can put towel, sunblock lotion and other things you need to bring to the beach. It’s simple and can pack enough stuff! Check the tutorial on how to make it via Gluesticks’s Blog.
#18 Laptop Sleeve
Make your own customized laptop sleeve via Polkadot Chair!
So, Which one is your favourite? For me, I love all of them!