Fabric Crafts

Looking for fun fabric craft ideas to put your sewing machine to good use? Browse our projects below for unique fabric crafts that are fun and easy – and not all require sewing! Click on the project image for detailed instructions, supply lists, tips and more.

Summery DIY Bandana Bunting


I just love making up easy and cute banners for parties or even just for everyday! They are so fast to sew up and add such fun colors and style to any display, mantel or even to your backyard fence. Bandanas are so summery to me, so I thought it would be fun to make up a summery DIY bandana bunting – in these cheery, bright colors and all decorated with a little pom pom trim. Because everything is cuter with pom poms. {Read More}

Buying Guide: Choosing the Right Craft Ribbon


You probably already use craft ribbon to create beautiful decorative bows and wrapped presents, but have you ever used it in your craft projects? Ribbon is one of the most versatile craft supplies, but there are some tips and tricks to choosing the right kind for your project. Picking the Right Craft Ribbon Like most craft supplies, there are a variety of types of crafting ribbon, and not all are ideal for all projects. Craft Curling Ribbon is the common type of ribbon {Read More}

Framed Pom Pom Monogrammed Wreath


I am kind of addicted to all things pom pom right now. They are so fun to make and so easy. For me, they are the perfect activity to sit and do while I’m watching a movie in the evenings. Because I can’t just sit there and do nothing you know. So I get out the little pom pom maker, my scissors, and make pom poms all night long. My latest way to use them is in this darling framed {Read More}

Personalized Leather Key Fob for Father’s Day


Father’s Day is coming up, and wouldn’t it be great to give the special guys in your life a handmade gift to show how much you care?  These handmade key fobs can be personalized with any name or message, and they’re so easy to make that you can have several done in no time! I used leather scraps from another project, but this would be a great way to re-purpose an old belt or worn out handbag that is beyond {Read More}

Anthropologie Inspired Tasseled Decorative Pillow


When I get the chance to sneak out of the house – child-free and coffee in hand – I like to go window shopping. There’s something about taking my time down the aisles…picking things up, and then putting them down on the shelf…getting a chance to see what’s new. It’s also a fabulous way to get inspiration. I came across this fabulous tasseled decorative pillow by Anthropologie and stopped to take a second look.  I thought to myself, “I can make {Read More}

DIY Embroidery Hoop Frames


Happy Monday! I hope you had a fabulous weekend.  I turned the big 4-0 this past weekend, so I did a lot of celebrating…  Yay for birthdays! I’m excited to be sharing an incredibly easy project with all of you today!  If you’ve ever wanted to craft with an embroidery hoop, but didn’t have the ‘embroidery’ skills, today is your lucky day! We’re going to transform embroidery hoops into photo frames — and it will only take you about 10-15 {Read More}

Handmade Dolls with Loom Knit Hair


I wanted to make handmade dolls for my little girl, and when I saw these plain muslin dolls, I knew I wanted to try to use them as a base. Supplies needed to make your own handmade dolls: Muslin Dolls (there are 2 different sizes) Grosgrain Ribbon (I used teal lattice ribbon) Tulle and/or Scrap Cotton Fabric Loom Knitting Kit Lion Brand Homespun Yarn in: Cream for blonde hair Barley for brown hair Black for black hair Wild Fire for red hair Buttons {Read More}

“Bring On The Sunshine” Summer Embroidery Hoop Art


Has it been toasty in your part of the country? It has been sooo hot here this week! I think Summer is on it’s way. So around here that means it’s time to change out the Spring décor for a little Summer fun! This sweet “Bring on the Sunshine” Summer embroidery hoop art is so easy to make and a perfect way to add a little Summer style to your home! The embroidery is a simple back-stitch and the flowers are cute {Read More}

DIY Felt Pouch Tissue Holder


With Easter this weekend — the next holiday we’ll be looking towards is Mother’s Day.  Today’s tissue holder project might be just the thing for you to whip up for mom.  It’s super functional and easy too.  I don’t know about you, but I always carry tissues in my purse or bag! Why not carry them in style?   I thought I’d share these DIY felt pouch tissue holders with you. Supplies needed to make your own felt pouch tissue holder: Felt (colors of {Read More}