Have you been looking for a tiny little felt bunny pattern to sew? Today is your day! My kids love everything small and I wanted to think of something to sew that would fit in an Easter egg. They use up the tiniest of felt scraps and are so fun to make. I could see them strung on to necklaces, tucked into tiny little beds, or hanging out in an overall pocket. The little felt rabbits in our house have been driving in toy fire trucks, hiding in Lego castles, and snuggling at bedtime!
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I don’t know if I’ve ever had so many friends and family hit by the flu in the same year; so far we are healthy but I just want to burrow down and stay inside until it’s warm out again! Drinking warm beverages is a wonderful way to slow down and rejuvenate, and it’s even better when paired with a hand sewing project! No sewing machine required, you’ll want to make this EPP hexagon coaster tutorial to rest your mug or teacup on. Curled up under a blanket, stitching and sipping, is a great way to practice self-care. If you know someone who is already sick, pull together a sweet little ‘get well’ basket with a new mug, Bigelow tea, and handmade coaster (there is a chance to win some tea, too, so scroll to the bottom and good luck)!
You don’t need a pattern to cut and sew a tree skirt! I have an easy tutorial for how to sew a diy pom pom tree skirt; it will take longer to pick your fabric than to finish this fun Christmas sewing project. I worked on this while visiting family, without my usual tools or fast Internet access, and I’m so thrilled with how it turned out. This was a gift for my friend but I have plenty of pom-pom trim left over so I might need to make one for myself, too! I love sewing handmade Christmas gifts, you can see the modern Christmas HST quilt I gifted last year.
Looking for gift ideas to sew for men? Dust off your machine because I have a list of fun ideas, all approved by my husband!
I will admit, I hate making lists for men/boys/girls/women because I don’t think every woman wants scarves, purses, and headbands any more than every man wants a grill-master aprons, leather beer coozies, and neck ties. I think picking fabric, colors, embellishments that represent the recipient’s interests can make lots of gifts great for anyone. But I also know that sometimes your brain just needs some choices, and that most of the men in my life would be happy to receive all of these. Let me know if I missed any of your favorite free sewing patterns for men and I’m happy to add it!