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Here’s to a new year! Many happy returns to all. I hope this year will be better than the last. As a family, we had a pretty horrendous 2021 with many difficulties and tribulations. However, we have overcome them and are looking forward to 2022 being better!

With that said, I know there are many of you out there who are finding the financial pinch harder than expected as a result of the Pandemic. Some of you may have even lost jobs. I sympathise!

I have put together some sewing and crafting freebies for your January, so enjoy them guilt-free! Use them to craft a new home business and sell online or just self indulge in creativity and update yourself or your home for the coming year.

The projects in this post are all external links and can be found on other bloggers’ sites. Please click on the heading or description below the images to be redirected to the various sites where you can view and download their designs.

A Rose Tinted World

I am starting off with a fantastic post from A Rose Tinted World – Jo has collated 23 projects using very few fabrics, to make easy goodies that can be sold for extra cash.

23 Great sewing projects from A Rose Tinted World – Click here

Apple Green Cottage

Apple Green Cottage is jam-packed with free sewing patterns for a variety of projects. Take a look…

There are over 100 free sewing patterns to be found at Apple Green Cottage! – Click here

Tiny Terrier

Sarah from Tiny Terrier has put together 20 adorable sewing projects for your best friend…if you love dogs, this one is just for you!

Click here to see these adorable pet projects!

Threads Monthly

Probably one of my favorite sites for freebie patterns is Threads Monthly – they have over 100+ free patterns for instant download. I love them so much I have a Pinterest Board just with their posts and patterns, so I invite you to follow the board for easy access to their freebies!

There are actually 100+ free sewing patterns to download – click here

On The Cutting Floor

On The Cutting Floor is another blog with some lovely patterns. They do charge for their sewing patterns, but also do roundups of freebies too. Although not all round ups belong to On The Cutting Floor, they have listed other sites where you can find the freebies they are showcasing…the one I’m featuring today is the 15+ Free Jumpsuit Patterns. Love to wear them or hate to wear them, a jumpsuit is a great seller nevertheless! Again, you can follow my On The Cutting Floor Pinterest Board for more sewing patterns!

On The Cutting Floor – Click here to view these free patterns!

Mums Make Lists

Mums Make Lists have collated over 50 gorgeously adorable free baby sewing patterns – this is a niche that certainly makes money so if you’re a mummy and want to make and sell, there are lots of cutie patterns to choose from…or if you just want to make for your baby, then that’s a super saver! Babies clothing is so expensive so make your own and save pennies right from the start of this new year!!

Mums Make Lists have collated a stonker of cute patterns – click here to view!

See Kate Sew

See Kate Sew thought of the Pandemic and came up with 8 Free Masks to Sew. There are a range of types and sizes in her post, which is great because we don’t always find mask patterns for the kiddos!

Make for yourself and family or to sell!! – Click here

Sewing Support

Sewing Support is another one of my all time favorite sites for freebie patterns! Please follow my Sewing Support Pinterest board for access to thousands of fabulous free patterns showcased regularly. This post I’m featuring today is for 50+ Fat quarter sewing projects to make. This means they use very little fabric and you can reduce the fabric left-over stash and make way for new fabrics for the new year!!

50+ projects using small amounts of fabric! Fabulous – click here!

Sew Can She

Sew Can She has found 35 Fast and Easy Tote Bag Sewing Patterns and written about them here. Browse her list for some super ideas for stitching up new bags for this new year ahead! And…do follow my Sew Can She Pinterest Board for updates on new patterns and tutorials added to her site! You will thank her (and me!) for it!! 🙂

Sew Can She has other fab projects too – click here to view this one!

On The Cutting Floor

On The Cutting Floor (again) – I couldn’t resist this post with 20+ free pin cushion patterns. What a fun way to change your sewing room space with easy peasy accessories like pin cushions, oh and you can make and sell these too!! (Follow my One The Cutting Floor Pinterest Board here if you have done so already!)

Browse these cuties by clicking here

I hope you enjoyed this round up of super fabulous round ups! Hopefully you will find some awesome projects to make for yourself or to sell online or at craft fairs. Either way, the pattern collection above is amazing, even if just collecting them for future use!

Happy Sewing!

Jacqui

 

Last minute Christmas decorations and hacks in time for Christmas
Christmas, Free crochet patterns, Free sewing patterns

Last Minute Christmas Ideas and Ornaments

Christmassy last minute hacks for your home!

Check out these last minute hacks in time for Christmas!

Sewing, Crochet, Crafts and more!!

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Christmas Wreath Crochet Ornaments
Christmas Wreath Crochet Ornaments {Blackstone Designs}

The Wreath Christmas Tree Ornament is a quick and easy work up, perfect for the confident beginner! What a fun way to get ready for Christmas and to make last minute decorations or gifts!

Supplies needed:

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Snowman and gingerbread man crochet ornaments
Snowman and gingerbread man crochet ornaments {Repeat Crafter Me}

Materials Needed:

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saltdoughsnowmen
Salt dough ornaments {Dollar Store Crafts}

You will need:

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Melted Snowman Cookies
Melted Snowman Cookies {Somewhat Simple}

Oh what FUN! Go to the Ingredients list and Recipe HERE!

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Snowman baby photo frame for gifts
Baby Snowman Photo Frame perfect for Grandparents! {The Country Chic Cottage}

Supplies you need:

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Easy glue snowman ornament
Easy Glue Snowman Ornaments {Crafts by Amanda}

Very easy and super cute!

These are your supplies you will need:

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See below for LOADS more fun ideas for last minute Christmas decor goodies…just click on the description below each image to go straight to the instructions.

Mini House Wreath
Mini House Wreath {Delia Creates}

white fuzzy wreath
White Fuzzy Wreath {Christmas Projects.com}

Country santa ornament
Country Santa Ornament {Craft Goodies}

junkmail snowflake jars
Junkmail Snowflake Jars {Michele Made Me}

Marshmallow wreath diy
Marshmallow Wreath {Sweet Escape}

graphic salt dough ornaments www.feedourlife.blog
Graphic salt dough ornaments {The Pretty Life Girls}

Paper clips christmas tree www.feedourlife.blog
Dazzling paper clips Christmas tree {Paper, Plate & Plane}

Snowy pine cone mason jars www.feedourlife.blog
Snowy pine cone mason jars {Crafts by Amanda}

winter glam wreath www.feedourlife.blog
Winter Glam Wreath {Girl Loves Glam}

Keep kids busy with this Christmas Stocking Craft www.feedourlife.blog
Keep kids busy with this Christmas Stocking Craft {Crafting Cheerfully}

sewn christmas tags www.feedourlife.blog
Sewn Christmas Tags {Threading my way}

Ceiling Fan Painted Christmas Tree www.feedourlife.blog
Ceiling Fan Painted Christmas Tree {Exquisitely Unremarkable}

bauble light filled star ornament www.feedourlife.blog
Bauble Light filled Star {A Crafty Mix}

cardboard star project from toilet rolls www.feedourlife.blog
Cardboard Stars {Be Brave Keep Going}

Crocheted Christmas scarf www.feedourlife.blog
Crocheted Christmas Scarf {Crochet Chiq}

tea strainers Christmas ornaments www.feedourlife.blog
Tea Strainers Christmas Ornaments {Sadie Season Goods}

warm and merry neighbour gifts www.feedourlife.blog
Don’t forget your Neighbors!! Warm and merry neighbor gifts {DIY Candy}

French diy paper stars www.feedourlife.blog
French DIY Paper Stars {The Graphics Fairy}

diy snowflake embroidered ornaments www.feedourlife.blog
DIY embroidered snowflake ornaments {Cucicucicoo}

paper Christmas trees www.feedourlife.blog
Delicate 3D Paper Christmas Trees {Hattifant}

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Don’t have time to buy separate bits for last minute decor projects?

Here are some of my favorite Crafty Christmas Kits available from Amazon, which come with all the bits and pieces you will need for each project, and usually delivered the very next day!!

15 Piece Snowman and 12 piece Wreath Ornament KIT (paid link)
15 Piece Snowman and 12 piece Wreath Ornament KIT (paid link)

30 Pieces wood slices for painting - DIY Christmas Ornaments (paid link)
30 Pieces wood slices for painting – DIY Christmas Ornaments (paid link)

48 Piece magic rainbow scratch art kit for tree decorations (paid link)
48 Piece magic rainbow scratch art kit for tree decorations (paid link)

12 Pack Christmas picture frame craft kit (paid link)
12 Pack Christmas picture frame craft kit (paid link)

Christmas Paper Plate Art Kit (paid link)
Christmas Paper Plate Art Kit (paid link)

Beaded Snowflake ornaments KIT - makes 6 (paid links)
Beaded Snowflake ornaments KIT – makes 6 (paid links)

Christmas Ornament Balls Kit (paid link)
Christmas Ornament Balls Kit (paid link)

I think that’s it folks! I hope I’ve listed enough ideas for you to fix your last minute Christmas decor dilemma. Or maybe you just want to keep the kids busy while you wrap the prezzies!!

If you are into Machine embroidery, then read this post: Free Christmas Trees Machine Embroidery Designs

Merry Christmas all!

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Free 3D Christmas Tree Sewing Project and pattern
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FREE: 3D Christmas Tree Sewing Project

Make a 3D Christmas tree decoration.

Christmas tree sewing project
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What better way to decorate your Christmas table, than with one of these easy to make, six sided, padded Christmas trees! There are some fantastic Christmas cotton prints around so plenty of reasons to get in the festive mood.

This is a really simple tutorial to follow, it’s only 7 pages (zipped pdf file).

Author / creator: Helen Rhiannon from All Sewn Up.

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For this project you will need:

+ Fabric: 2-3 Fat Quarters. Four different fabrics were used in this project. (paid link)

+ Matching thread (paid link)

+ Sewing Machine (paid link)

+ Hollowfibre stuffing (paid link)

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Free Hanging star christmas decoration sewing project with pattern
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Hanging Star Christmas Decoration

Recycled Christmas Star

Hanging star sewing project
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Hanging Star made from recycled denim fabric
Hanging Star made from recycled denim fabric {You Can Make This}

Use up your old denims and make these fun hanging Christmas stars.

This is a really simple tutorial to follow, it’s 13 pages in total (zipped pdf file).

Author / creator: http://www.youcanmakethis.com

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For this project you will need:

Optional cutting board, straight edge ruler, rotary cutter.

One pair of old jeans – If using other fabric, you’ll need two 15” square sections.

A section of approximately 8” x 8” of white cotton fabric to use for the embroidery

A section of approximately 8” x 8” of low-loft quilt batting such as “Soft and Bright”.

1/2 yard of stiff, iron-on Pellon.

Small 4”x 4” section of Transfer Web Paper (Wonder-Under).

DMC embroidery floss colors: Red 221 and Gold 3045, or any other festive combo

2 large eyelets and eyelet tool kit.

2 yards of coordinating ribbon, at least1/2” wide

Sewing machine thread in a coordinating color

Fine-tipped tracing marker.

Embroidery hoop and needle.

“Denim” or “Heavy Strength” sewing machine needle (yes, you really do need it!)

Pair of good cutting scissors.

Transparent tape.

Coordinating 3mm iron-on crystals (optional)

Optional embellishments if desired: extra ribbon, buttons, iron-on crystals, charms, anything your heart desires to add your own personal flair to this project!

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Free Patchwork Picnic Blanket Sewing Tutorial

patchwork Picnic blanket sewing pattern
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Make this stunning patchwork picnic blanket for your summer picnics and holidays.

This is a really simple tutorial to follow, it’s only 2 pages (zipped pdf file).

Author / creator: Nicola Smith from Off the Design Board (no link)

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For this project you will need:

Variety of 2.5m x 140cm wide cotton printed quilting fabrics (paid link)

Backing fabric 2.5m x 140cm (paid link)

Fusible interfacing 2.5m, depending on width (paid link)

Fabric for binding, cut into 6cm strips of 0.5m x 140cm wide fabrics (paid link)

matching coloured sewing thread, dressmakers scissors, pins (paid links)

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