I love rainbows! After working on my list of rainbow crafting tutorials, I’m sharing all of the rainbow sewing tutorials that are on my mind this spring. I love that the simplest of projects can be elevated to bright and cheery with the simple addition of ROYGBIV.
If you’re in a sewing mood, I have a round up of rainbow craft tutorials too.
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Rainbow sewing tutorials
This Rainbow Zipper Pouch from Kittens and Threads is modern and fun, I love paper piecing!
Rainbow toddler zipper toy here at Swoodson Says, this was a big hit for my toddler.
This rainbow embroidery kit, off Etsy at OhSewBootiful* looks really soothing to stitch.
A Rainbow HST Pillow from Sugar Bee Crafts would be a great first quilting project!
Rainbow burp cloth here at Swoodson Says, super fast and easy (see it repurposed for the toddler years, in the zipper toy above!)
This rainbow dress from Jennuine Life shows how you could transform any dress pattern into a rainbow!
I love the varying squares in this modern rainbow cross stitch kit from The World In Stitches on Etsy*
Rainbow baby toy here at Swoodson Says, super quick sew and everyone loves ric-rac.
This rainbow hobby horse from Adventure In A Box would be such a hit in my house!
Rainbow sashiko embroidery from Hugs are Fun, this is a wonderful first embroidery project.
The rainbow zipper pouch from Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom looks more complicated than it is, I think, and my tween nieces would love this.
Check out this rainbow cross stitch kit from Stitchonomy on Etsy* with a classic, fluffy cloud rainbow.
A rainbow heart garland from Momtastic looks fast and easy, I can totally see this on my playroom walls.
This rainbow book quilt from Kitz Katz Design is truly stunning, I’m not sure I could bring myself to use it as an actual quilt because it’s so pretty. It looks like she shut down her blog, unfortunately, but I’ll leave it here for inspiration.
Rainbow beanbags from While She Naps are simple and fun, another good way to learn colors with little ones.
Rainbow hexie quilt from Modern Handcraft; Nicole is the rainbow, hexie master and you’ll love clicking around her site.
A cheery rainbow embroidery pattern from Shiny Happy World, this would stitch well on to a little kid’s shirt!
Let me know if I’ve forgotten any of your favorite rainbow sewing tutorials!