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11 Useful Easy sewing patterns you can make and sell (Beginners Sewing Projects)

11 Useful Easy sewing patterns you can make and sell (Beginners Sewing Projects)

 

Are you just starting out on your Sewing journey what about trying some of these easy sewing patterns best of all you can make and sell the finished results that would be a bonus?

Read on if you want to create some great useful easy sewing patterns.

 

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The great thing about these patterns is that they can give you an idea of what you can sew as a beginner.

These easy sewing patterns for beginners are just the thing to get your teeth into when you first get started.

If I had to choose I would start off with the purse organizer only because I really want one.

Before we get started can I just run some things by you?

Sewing Basics Beginners tips

To get started with Sewing you don’t need a whole heap of things.

You can decide to hand sew or machine sew and these days a basic sewing machine can be bought for under a $150 like this one.

If you need a sewing kit you can also buy one like this for less than $12 with everything you need to get you started.

Best Sewing machines for beginners

Don’t go and buy the most expensive sewing machine you want something that will do what you need getting started for instance:

  • Mechanical vs computerized this is more a preference thing – mechanical noiser computerized quieter compare it to driving an automatic car rather than a manual you have to do less.
  • Reverse stitch
  • Buttonhole automatic if you are going to be making lots of shirts
  • Ability to alter some stitch sizes best if you can go with a 7mm max size so that you can accessories with lots of different feet otherwise you will be more restricted with a max size of 5mm. Also great if you intend to do quilting or patchwork.
  • Top loading bobbin you can see when sewing that way you know when it’s going to run out!
  • Don’t forget to consider a second-hand machine as well -make sure there is also a warranty included.

 

If your curious or in a hurry here is a great selection of 4-star beginner options

 

Hand Sewing for beginners

So you don’t want to spend money on a sewing machine or you just don’t want to use one then hand sewing is the way you can go.

There a few stitches you need to learn to do if you are hand sewing but they difficult.

Hand sewing needles needn’t be expensive As a guide finer needles are used for thin and delicate fabric whilst heavy fabric needs thicker needles. if you are looking for a good option try this one here

When hand stitching you have either decorative stitches or constructive stitches. One of the great things about hand sewing is it can be the best way to create “invisible “ stitching.

  1. Hand sewn Back stitch is great for seams and zippers
  2. Basting stitches are long running stitches used as a temporary measure to sew fabrics together before machine sewing them.
  3. Slip stitch is a hem stitch when you want the stitch to be invisible
  4. Chain stitch is a decorate stitch of loops
  5. Blanket Stitch is used to decorate edges for projects
  6. Button sewing – buttons which are not flat have to be hand sewn using an X configuration
  7. Fabric yoyo is a gathered circle of fabric which can form a decoration piece for your projects.

 

Looking for more information or just curious how about this resource for more information on hand sewing

If I had to pick ONE it would be this one. ☑️ This Hand Sewing book gets great 5-star reviews on Amazon.

☑️ This Specific Hand Sewing Book gets Great 5-star reviews

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Best Sewing Books for beginners

The Sewing Book: Over 300 Step-by-Step Techniques

New Complete Guide to Sewing: Step-by-Step Techniques for Making Clothes and Home Accessories

First Time Sewing: The Absolute Beginner’s Guide: Learn By Doing – Step-by-Step Basics and Easy Projects

Singer: The Complete Photo Guide to Sewing

Sew Me! Sewing Basics: Simple Techniques and Projects for First-Time Sewers

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Let’s get to it guy’s here is my round up of 11 fabulous Useful and Easy Sewing patterns you could make and sell

 

1.Purse organizer

If I am going to choose the first project for myself it would be this one. Because I am desperate to make this pattern it’s so lovely and I really need a purse organizer. I have included this pattern because it’s one of the most useful things you can make maybe not one of the easiest though. So I would skip it if you feel you couldn’t tackle it!

If your looking for a different pattern here is a selection on Etsy.

Or if you simply want to buy a unique one then here are some gorgeous examples again on Etsy.

 

2.Reusable snack packs

Fancy making a quick project in 15 minutes how about these super easy reusable snack packs. Thediymommy even has suggestions on which type of material to use.

 

3. Drawstring Gift bags

How about gift bags that can be reused again and again by each recipient! What about this idea for quick and easy drawstring gift bags to give those special gifts to loved ones.

 

4. Phone charger holder

Great gift idea for anyone with a phone a handy phone charging holder to keep your phone safe when charging it.

 

5. Makeup organizer

How about a simple DIY makeup organizer great for traveling.

 

6. DIY Fabric Cord tidy

This project is quick and easy great for making use of lots of little bits of fabric and best of all if you got those annoying bunches of cables around the tv or computer then these little cord tidies are what you need to make.

 

7. Diy pencil case

DIY pencil case with lining great little project to cut your teeth with.

 

8. Pillowcase

Here is a fabulous tutorial for sewing a pillowcase very clear and easy to follow and an easy pattern.

 

9. Laptop sleeve

This is the beauty of a project if you need a great laptop cover to keep it safe then this is a project to try.

 

10. Luggage tag labels

What could be more useful than luggage straps especially when they are homemade and you can identify your luggage on the carousel just from them! Perfect to make for up and coming holidays and whats more really simple and easy to make especially for a beginner.

 

11. 15-minute Picnic blanket

This is a great idea for a Picnic blanket – making it from 2 table cloths one waterproof like oilcloth for the grass side and one cotton to side on. You just need to make sure you buy 2 table clothes that are the same size for this project.

You will also need ribbon to use to add to tie the table cloths up once you have finished using them.

 

Why don’t you try one of these 11 sewing patterns they are FREE and you could make these for sale? One tip is to contact the pattern owner to check its ok to use the pattern to sell the products first though.

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