Sewing Projects That You Can Do This Spring 2016
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Sewing Projects That You Can Do This Spring 2016

Sewing Ideas For Spring 2016

Sewing Ideas For Spring 2016

I know I’m not the only one who woke up a little bit more inspired to pursue something, with the entry of spring. We all missed the blooms and the sun. Alongside, this is also a great time to create something new for spring. If you are one of those who still haven’t started a seasonal sewing project, then this spring would be a good time to start with one.

While I have a long list to accomplish in two to three months, here are my top spring project recommendations:

1) Door Organizer - Well, this is definitely leaning towards spring cleaning. Once you are done with the bigger task of cleaning and organizing your room, having your own door organizer will come handy especially for those things that you decided to still keep at least until next year. A door organizer will also be a reliable partner in your resolution to be more orgnanized starting this season.

2) Tote bags - Spring is also a sign to bring out those pretty tote bags. However, it's always more fun to create fun new designs as a remembrans of this year's spring. Go for brighter prints. You can also explore new strap materials? You can even use a plain canvass that you can decorate yourself. The creative possibilities are endless! Here's a quick tutorial we previously posted on sewing your own tote bag.

3) Fabric flowers - We've always associated spring with flowers, but we also do not want to fill the closet with too many floral prints, which may not be realistically practical to have for the rest of the year. This is where fabric flowers come in handy. Make use of those extra fabric cuttings in your drawer and turn them into lovely embellishments for your bags, dresses, and skirts. You will always have a piece of spring wherever you go.

4) Skirt - nothing spells Spring better than a good, fun skirt. Instead of going for the expensive skirts being sold lately, you can just stay home and create your own waistband skirt with this tutorial.

There you go! I can already tell that it's going to be a productive week for all of us.


Kathy is fashion and lifestyle writer who has recently earned interest in sewing her own clothes. Writing for Sewing Ideas gives her another avenue to express her experiences and learning in her sewing journey.

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