7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects

Nov 27 2018
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Every single one of these projects would make a lovely holiday gift for just about anyone. Unfortunately for me just about anything that requires fabric (and my patience) has never gone well as a project in my house lol I have little to no sewing talent whatsoever though I can absolutely put a button on! My aunt on the other hand, back when she was my age, was literally sewing tailored suits for herself!

But I digress, it is on my bucket list to either take sewing classes or truly set in and teach myself at least some rudimentary sewing. Someday I may even be able to make some of the lovely projects below!

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.
(The following is a contributed article.)

If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use. Luckily, there are a few ways that you can without too much effort!

Not only is creating home decor designs with your sewing skills fun, but it’s also a great way to add a personal touch to your home.

1. Cushion

First up on our list is a cushion. This project is rather versatile because of the ability to make these cushions however large or small you want them. In addition, you can also use whatever patterned fabric you want to make these as well!

To start, you will want to squares of fabric that are the same size. The sizes of these squares will determine how large your cushion is.

Sew three sides shut and before you close the last side, add in the stuffing. Then, sew it closed and you’re all done! You can even add personal touches to these such as personalized tag to make these cushions even more your own: https://wunderlabel.com/#paper-tags

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.

2. Quilted Table Runner

Our next sewing project is a great way to spruce up your dining room. Specifically, your dining room table. A table runner can take up the majority of your table space or it can run down the center. Once again, you have the benefit of choosing the size.

In this case, you’ll make your table runner much the same way you’d make a quilt. This means you get the extra chance to personalize by choosing the fabric that you want to set the tone with.

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.

3. Christmas Stockings

With the holidays right around the corner, it’s a great chance to sew something that hangs onto the holiday theme. One such project is to make a Christmas stocking to hang over the fireplace for Old Saint Nick to fill up on Christmas Eve.

The best choice of fabric for these are ones that match the Christmas and winter themes. For instance, greens and reds are always great for this time of year. Winter patterns such as snowflakes are a great extra touch as well.

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.

4. Buntings

To keep the festivities going, you could make some buntings to liven up your home. Buntings, if you aren’t familiar, are the strings of triangular flags that are hung up to add some decorations in the home.

To make these is rather simple. All you really need is to sew triangles onto a long strip of fabric or ribbon to hang them together. If you want to get extra creative, you can give your triangles a textured edge rather than a straight cut.

You will also want to use colors that go well together. For instance, different shades of blue make a beautiful and cool design.

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.

5. Bottle Wraps

A great touch to any kitchen is the addition of bottle wraps. With these, you can create a decorative cover for items such as wine bottles. By sewing them yourself, you can make them unique and reflective of your personality.

These are rather easy to sew because you are essentially creating a pouch. By using two fabrics back-to-back, though, you can create a more dynamic design. The “inside” pattern can be displayed by folding the top of the bottle wrap down.

To keep the bottle wrap covering the bottle, all you have to do is create a tie around the neck of the bottle. Anything that fits your fancy will do – ribbon, string, or even yarn.

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.

6. Sewing Toys

When you are perusing online, you might notice cute little knitted stuffed animals and toys. If these interest you, why not try them with sewing instead of knitting? With a little creativity and experimentation, you can create some entertaining sewing toys of your own.

7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.

7. Hexagon Quilt Top Piecing

A hexagon quilt top piecing is a unique and interesting piece to keep in your home. Better yet, it isn’t taxing to make either. Plus, there’s plenty of room to personalize your piece since you can use all your favorite fabrics in the piecing!

First, you will want to cut out hexagonal pieces from something sturdy such as cardstock. Then, you will want to wrap and sew fabric around these pieces. Make sure to do this tight enough that the shape is still present. Once you’ve wrapped each hexagon, you can then sew them together at the edges to make the whole piecing.

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7 Easy Home Decor Sewing Projects If you love to sew, you are probably constantly looking for new ways that you can put your passion and talent to use.

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