Use all of these sewing projects for back to school organization! There are lots of simple tutorials to help you and your child be ready!
I can’t believe it’s almost time for school to start! I’m starting to check our Fall and Winter clothes, thrift clothes and shoes for school, and make all the sewing projects for back to school! I will have all three kids in some sort of schooling this year, and I can’t wait!
With all the reading done for school these bookmarks and book weights are so helpful!
Apples remind me so much of school, so an apple garland is a great way to decorate! I also love putting it out on my table for a nice dinner!
What a cute little coin pouch for organizing and keeping little things safe. I love that they look like little backpacks! I know my girls would use them for their small dolls too!
This is the fastest backpack ever becuase it's an upcycling project! This backpack is not for big kids with heavy books, but it's perfect for little kids and lightweight things.
I love reducing one use items in our kitechn so these sandwich wraps are perfect! I love that they are reusable! These would be great for a college student so they never have to buy plastic baggies!
Make an easy tassel out of your favorite fabric! Make small ones to add to anything with a zipper and make large ones for a unique keychain. These are really easy gifts!
I always have a use for a tote bag! This one is great because it has a specific pocket just for a tablet!
Make your own fabric mouse pad that matches your office! Make one to send off with your college student! This is a great scrap fabric project!
Make a pencil case for pencil organization! This tutorial is so fast and easy!
If your toddler has preschool this is the perfect backpack for them! It's small, and the flap is a great way to showcase their favorite fabric!
This monster is eating your earbuds! Wouldn't any child love this fun face and easy storage option!
If your child needs to bring snacks to school then make these snack pouches that can store all kinds of food! They are reusable so you don't have to buy any baggies! (I always, always forget!)
I love a good tote bag, and this one looks extra nice with leather handles! It only uses half a yard of fabric and leftover leather pieces!
Make a really fast drawstring bag with this great tutorial! Drawstring bags big and small are great for holding all those school items!
This pineapple keychain would look so cute hanging off of a backpack! You could also make any other fruit keychain your child loves!
I always need a bag to tote stuff here and there, and this free backpack pattern is perfect. It is a great medium size, and I used canvas so that it would be extra sturdy. I also added a small inner and outer pocket to hold the little things!
Keep your laptop save with this DIY laptop sleeve! I love the nice leather look!
These bags are so great for teen girls! It would keep them organized and help them feel more confident!