Back-to-School Sewing

Back-to-School Sewing. Free Projects and Inspiration from The Cottage Mama. www.thecottagemama.com

One of my favorite parts of back-to-school is the preparation in getting ready for a fresh school year ahead. I love shopping for new school supplies, backpacks, etc., but when you can sew, back-to-school is even more fun! It means handmade clothing, pencils cases, lunch boxes and more! I’ve round up some of my favorite back-to-school sewing projects here on The Cottage Mama to provide you with a little inspiration. There’s nothing better than seeing your little one in a handmade 1st day of school outfit and sending them to school in a little bit of sewn love.

Back to School Sewing. FREE Pencil Case Pattern and Tutorial on The Cottage Mama. www.thecottagemama.com

Sew an adorable handmade Three-Ring Binder Pencil Case

Back to School Sewing. FREE Apple Lunch Box Pattern at The Cottage Mama. www.thecottagemama.com

Sew a fun, fashionable Apple Lunch Box with this FREE Pattern

Knit Ruffle Shorts Tutorial. www.thecottagemama.com

Create some Ruffle Shorts to go under dresses, skirts and tops

FREE Belt Tutorial. www.thecottagemama.com

Create a Reversible Vintage Trim Fabric Belt to accessorize any outfit

FREE Skirt Pattern. www.thecottagemama.com

Sew up some simple knit skirts using the FREE Sydney Skirt Pattern

FREE Snack Bag Pattern at The Cottage Mama. www.thecottagemama.com

Sew a batch of Reusable Embroidered Snack Bags

Back to School Sewing. Crayon Art Tote FREE Pattern. www.thecottagemama.com

Perfect for preschoolers and budding artists…….sew a Crayon Art Tote

1st Day of School Outfit adapted from The Cottage Mama Charlotte Apron Dress Pattern

Create a 1st Day of School Outfit using Cottage Mama Patterns

Happy Back-to-School Sewing!

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One Comment

  1. Grace Niederlehner says:

    new to your site and really like what I see. Not into sewing clothes right now but would like to get back into it so I can make some things for my granddaughter.