Have some leftover fabric scraps from bigger sewing projects? Then this list would be a nice choice to use up all those fabric. Zipper bags or zipper pouches are used to keep our little goodies while we go outside. They are not hard to make and take just a little time sewing.

HERE is the list of 30 Free Zipper Bag Patterns. Enjoy!

Puff Quilt comforter is a no-brainer project that takes little time and effort. However, it gives your project a puffy look that everyone loves. You can be more adventures by mixing colors and the pattern so that you can be more creative. The basic tutorial on how to make the puff quilt is shared in this Youtube video.

You can find the video tutorial below. Enjoy!

 

These fun to make triangle pouches uses only 4 strips of fabric and are suitable as a great little gift for small occasions like birthday parties. They are suitable as coin purses, make up supply holder or sewing supply holders behind your sewing machine. It will take around 10 minutes to make one of these and making one is super easy.

For the tutorial read this PAGE. Be sure to check our other tutorials as well….. Enjoy!

Once in a while I share some posts that are not tutorials but creative ideas. This is another which is not a tutorial. I couldn’t ignore this post because this page contains some of the most beautiful patchwork creations I ever saw. Hope you’ll take some creative ideas for your next project through this page. Source : Passion Forum

Patchwork is one of my favorite crafts because we get to use small cloths into a large but more beautiful projects. this is a difficult project but I am sure that you won’t ignore as the finishing project is so pretty. HERE is the google translated version of this Patchwork pothholders tutorial.

Sewing small pieces together can go beyond just stitching up together. It can give your project a great look if you sew them through a pattern. Just scraps are enough to make a nice pattern with patchwork. Below images proves that. From Lauri’s Blog.

Scrappy Quilted Patchwork Pillows

Scrappy Quilted Patchwork Pillows2

Our crafty selves will thank us for any cute easy projects. Coasters are easy and quintessential “Must Do”  of all time. Cheryl explains all about making coasters with patch work on zitzmanfam.blogspot.com.This requires a basic sewing skill and can be whipped out in an hour. For six coasters you would need 12 fabric pieces of 4.5 inches each.whether you want a monotone or multi hues you can choose any colour of your choice to match or can pick bold prints and patterns.Fusible batting is needed for these coasters alternatively you can also skip using it. These easy quilted coasters can make wonderful keepsakes.Find cheryl’s tutorial HERE.

Quilted Coaster Tutorial

 

This is a non traditional type post as this is not a free pattern. You have to pay to get this quilt pattern. No, I am not an affiliate on this website. I decided to share this pattern with you as it is worth mentioning here. Pleasant Valley Creations have some quilt patterns which are totally worth paying for as they are so great looking and look advanced. I am just sharing one cool quilt design here and don’t be surprised if you easily distracted with other stunning designs there. 🙂 Have fun.

HERE is the website.

Layered Star Quilt Pattern

No matter you had a great pattern to quilt, sew or for any fabric DIY project, if you used a material which doesn’t suit with the pattern it all mess up. You have to choose the right fabric pattern for each and every project you do for the best results. If you are struggling with what fabric pattern to choose with your next project HERE is a tutorial on how to mix fabric patterns like a pro.

How To Mix Fabric Patterns Like A Pro

Picking fabric for your quilt is the best part.  Seriously, I could choose and purchase fabric for projects all day long and never actually make them, but still feel like I was being artistic and crafty.

Picking fabric can also be frustrating.  Where do I start?  What if I pick something that looks bad?  What if others don’t like it?

Let’s take the mindset of “just do it” when it comes to choosing fabrics for your quilt.  Be bold.  Go with what you like.  Even if your friend tells you that it doesn’t look right.

Here are some tips for you.  This is not an exhaustive list, but rather some starting points for you.

Read the Full Article HERE.

how to choose fabris for quilt projects

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