Thursday, April 25, 2013

Projects for your Stash!!!

If you are like me, you look at how much fabric you have in your stash and then you try to figure out how much you can make with it. I like to get the most out of my fabric, so I have created a list of my favorite projects and how much fabric they need. Maybe this list will help you too calculate what to make with your fabric stash! This collection has women's clothes, kids clothes, accessories and everything in between. Some of these are free tutorials and some are bought patterns but all of them are great!
More than a Yard:
Two zipper hipster, 1.66 Yards Reviewed
Plantain T-shirt, 1.5 Yards Reviewed
Chevron Scarf, 2 Yards Free Tutorial
Sally Dress, 2-3 yards Reviewed
Washi Dress, 3 Yards Reviewed
Coffee Date Dress, 3 Yards Reviewed
Spring Wrap Dress, 3 Yards Reviewed
Heather Ross'sWeekend Sewing
Trapeze Dress (2.5) *Reviewed
Summer Blouse (2) *Reviewed
Sleep Pants (2.5) *Reviewed
Amy Butler Barcelona Skirt (2.5 focus)

Amy Butler Weekender Tote (2 focus)
Amy Butler Gum Drop pillows (2.25 focus) *Reviewed
Lazy Day Skirt 
Yoga Skirt by Patty Young Reviewed
Sweet Summer Frock Dress by Freshly Picked
Nursing Coverup by Bliss Tree
Men's Tie by WK Designer 
Camera Bag Purse Insert by Make It Love It
Simple Skirt by Grosgrain
Lizette Market Skirt by Liesl Reviewed
Half Yard:
Heather Bailey Marlo Bloom bag *Reviewed
Craft Apple Drawing case * Reviewed
Craft Apple Mini portfolio
Milk Crate Cover by Laura Dunn
Kid's Shorts by Made
Scrap Happy Projects/ Fat Quarter:
Tic Tac Toe Pincushion by me
Lanyard by me
American Doll Dress
Coffee/ Tea Cozy by House on the Hill
Bapron by Craftiness is Not Optional
Burp Clothes by Petite Lemon
Patchwork Tote by Creative Daisy
Brass Apple Jeans, Sassy Pants
Cupcake pincushions by Sandi Henderson
Fabric Covered Buttons by me
Tissue Holder by Whip Up
Ruffle Strap Flip Flop by Make It Love It
Camera Strap by Little Big Girls Studio
This list will grow as I continue to sew. My hopes are to add new projects and reviews to the list as I continue to blog about my sewing adventures.
This is the sewing table I use. I love it because I can open it up, work using all of the surface space and then close it back up after I am done. Love it!

1 comment:

Sandy said...

Thank you, this will be so handy to have!