Needing some new home decor ideas that you can sew? Some of the most incredible and creative home decor ideas I have ever seen were homemade and hand sewn. There is just something about the look of handmade sewing projects that mass produced items will never capture. Home decor sewing projects are not just for the experts, either. Plenty of awesome sewing projects are perfect for beginners and can even be made pretty quickly. With a basic sewing machine and a trip or two to the fabric store plus a little hard work and ingenuity, you can make some the the best curtains, pillows, bedding, rugs, napkins and home decor. Craft ideas like these make super DIY gifts for friends and family, too – especially housewarming gifts! Check out these do it yourself ideas and tutorials for home accessories and decor you will be be proud to show off.
With just a few supplies and fabric of your choice, you can create a customized vinyl floor mat that will be the envy of your friends and family. This is an easy project that will hopefully last you a long time! While this may not work as an exterior doormat, this is great in the kitchen!
Follow the super clear, detailed video tutorial and then reference our step by step photos to get the perfect outdoor seating- DYI style so you can really enjoy spring and summer in your backyard or on your porch. For outdoor patio seating, these cushion for your chairs will be enjoyed all summer long, even all year. Start sewing now so you can enjoy yours!
Wow, this DIY Reversible Fabric Storage Bin looks so great and functional. Wouldn’t they make an awesome baby shower or house-warming gift? Fill it with a bunch of goodies and you are good to go. The only problem I see is that if you make one to give as a gift, you may decide to keep it at the last moment.
If you’re looking for a comprehensive tutorial on sewing a reversible table runner, look no further. Check out this article now! Follow this easy step by step tutorial to make a reversible table runner in less than an hour and for under $10. A DIY table runner is a great project for the holidays or other seasonal events. This tutorial includes a video, written directions, and photos.
I’ve been wanting to do a roman shade in our kitchen forever, I’m totally stealing this tutorial! I saw these on the Pottery Barn website and have been dying for them but just can’t bring myself to spend the money. I love the decorative touch of the ribbon, yet they still have a very clean and modern look. So perfect! Can’t wait to make them!
The apron looks so lovely and I absolutely want to give it a try. This tutorial teaches you how to sew a chef’s apron. As far as aprons go, it’s pretty basic. This pattern has only four pieces, three if you cheat and buy bias tape for the tie. Really, it is crazy-easy to make. You can use cute fabric to make a hostess apron or use matching fabric to make a parent-child pair of aprons.
This Cozy Pillow Bed is super easy to make, and you’ll whip it up in no time flat. Learn how to sew a cozy pillow bed with this quick and easy sewing tutorial – a great beginner sewing project. Perfect for reading, lounging, sleepovers, and camping! Love this idea, going to make one for my little boys mini-man-cave.
Make this easy DIY Black and White Pot Holders for your kitchen to protect your table from hot dishes! To make your own snazzy pot holders, pin everything together, & sew with a straight seam around all sides. Cut off any excess fabric around the edges (cut close to the seam but not close enough to cut any threads), & sew diagonally across all layers in both directions.
No mitered corners, no tricky stitches, just some beautiful fabric and a few straight seams! This pattern is the easiest and quickest of the bunch, and it’s also a truly great gift: our Super Simple Dishtowels. Dishtowels are not only essential kitchen companions (for minor spills, hot handles, and wet dishes), but they also give personality to a kitchen with a dash of color and an element of surprise!
A vintage scarf from a flea market or yard sale can be a hard thing to pass up. So hard, in fact, that you might find yourself with quite the collection. If your scarf stash is getting a bit out of control, this could be the perfect project for you! This is a great project for beginners, or in my case, the “all I have to do is look at the machine and it breaks” type. If you can sew a semi-straight line, you can make a curtain out of scarves!