Posted on: July 9, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

How to Sew a Bean Bag + Free Sewing Project Planner

You lucky ducks, you get two things from this blog today! Firstly, you’ll get a sewing project on how to make a bean bag! Secondly, you’ll be getting a simple, one page sewing project planner! I know, I know, I use far too many exclamation points!! Sewing Project Planner It seems as though collecting sewing patterns and actually using them are two different hobbies, as this is my current pattern…

Posted on: July 6, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

Six Ways to Get Your Sewjo Back

Have you ever experienced dips in your sewjo?  Would you like to get that sewjo back? If so, keep reading!!  Today, I will be sharing what I personally do when my sewjo goes ‘kaput’. It’s no secret that I hit a sewing slump a few weeks ago. Slowly but surely, it is something I am working my way out of. I think my ‘burn-out’ was well needed. In my excitement…

Posted on: July 2, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

How to Sew Fabric Napkins – Beginner Friendly Project

Today, we are going to sew some fabric napkins! My kiddo is a messy eater.  While we initially used to use wet wipes to clean her up, the cost (not to mention the environmental impact) really adds up. So we invested in a few cloth napkins to test the waters, and they work well for us. My kiddo is still a messy eater, but likes using napkins with cute prints,…

Posted on: June 30, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

The Humbling Art of Sewing

This post is more of a summary of the last couple of weeks. I will be focusing on actual sewing projects (instead of my feelings) in future blog posts. I just really felt the need to get this off my chest. While I haven’t been active on social media or my blog these past couple of weeks, that doesn’t mean I haven’t been sewing. There was A LOT of sewing…

Posted on: June 11, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

How to Sew Hexagon Coasters – A Beginner Friendly Sewing Project

Today’s project was inspired by my daughter’s insistence of throwing our coasters to the floor. These are our current coasters (well, we have four of each). While they are lightweight, I can’t seem to be able to convince my kiddo that coasters are for sitting your drink on, not to slide across the floor, or to use as a drumstick on a hard surface. As I had some fabric left…

Posted on: June 9, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

How to Sew a Fabric Banner – Beginner Friendly Project

In my last post, I had made some bunting to add a pop of color and whimsy to my daughter’s play area.  While the bunting served that purpose, I think the area still needed something a little more pzazz. After a bit of head-scratching and online browsing, I started to come across fabric banners.  I almost bought one, but then I decided to try making one. It turned out better…

Posted on: June 7, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

How to Sew Bunting – Quick, Easy and Beginner Friendly Sewing Project

Today, I decided to make some bunting! Why, you ask? My daughter has been asking for a rainbow house. While that is a little out of our budget right now, I’ll happily decorate her space as rainbowy as we can. We live in a rented apartment that has pretty strict rules about decorating, so I always feel a little limited in what I can do. I wanted to start with…

Posted on: June 4, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 2

How to Sew a Drawstring Bag – Easy Sewing Project

Would you like to learn how to sew a drawstring bag? Of course you would! Well, you are in luck! Today’s post will show you how! Drawstring Bag – A Beginner Friendly Project I know I have a lot to learn when it comes to sewing, but I struggle with sewing with no practical purpose. If I sew, even if the end product is imperfect, its needs to a functional.…

Posted on: June 2, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

The Most Helpful Sewing Supplies for Beginner Sewists

When I finally got around to taking my sewing machine out of the box (six months after I got it!) and decided I was going to sew something, I quickly realized I needed a lot more than a machine. Getting the right tools for the right job will set you up to succeed on your sewing endeavors. While you don’t need to rush out and buy everything on this list,…

Posted on: May 31, 2021 Posted by: sewmanyplans@gmail.com Comments: 0

Welcome to Sew Many Plans! We are Live!

Sew Many Plans is a blog for all us sewist wannabe’s/procrastinators! I want to help all of us kick our behinds into gear and live our best sewing filled lives! (side note: I know I use a lot of exclamation points, but I am seriously excited right about starting this blog, so there will be a fair few more). It is my honest belief that anyone can learn to sew,…