Do you want to update your kitchen accessories without breaking the bank? Here are 12 sewing projects trending on Pinterest now that can give your kitchen items some of those finishing touches you might be looking for.
Hostess ApronStyle Me Pretty/Pinterest
While hosting guests, you may still be going in and out of your kitchen prepping. This feminine apron can provide formality and functionality.
Does your guy also cook? Make this apron and the two of you can share it!
Cloth NapkinsCreative Green Living/Pinterest
Make your own set of cloth napkins. You can make these uniform, or spice things up by using different fabric colors.
Grocery Bag HolderEasy Sewing For Beginners/Pinterest
Need an easy way to store the many plastic grocery bags that accumulate over the course of the week? This grocery bag holder provides a simple, mess-free solution.
Heart CoastersMique Provost 30daysblog/Pinterest
Protect your wooden furniture from drinks with these adorable heart coasters.
Button Lunch BagsPurl Soho/Pinterest
Skip the brown paper bag and send your kids off to school in style with these cloth lunch bags.
Quilted Pie Pot HolderArtthreads.blogspot.com/Pinterest
These pie pot holders require some basic quilting skills, but it is a quick project that would make a great gift for the pie lover in your life.
Woven Kitchen RugAll Free Sweing/Pinterest
This rug actually requires weaving. However, this DIY is not difficult and can provide some relief from standing for long periods of time.
Reversible Table RunnerTeal and Lime/Pinterest
Add a pop of color to your dining room with this table runner. The double-sided runner is reversible, so you can always flip it for some variety.
Coffee SleevePractically Functional | Tips & Tricks For Busy Moms/Pinterest
Reusable Snack BagJamielyn – I Heart Naptime/Pinterest
Perfect for kids or moms on the go, these reusable bags are practical and can be used to store anything with small pieces, from snacks and sandwiches to receipts or coupons.
Tote BagPurl Soho/Pinterest
Don’t want to be stuck with many (aforementioned) plastic grocery bags? Use a tote bag instead. You can even add some fabric on the bottom to provide some color contrast.
Hopefully these easy sewing projects will add a splash of color and individuality to your kitchen, errands and everyday living. Happy Sewing!