Get excited to vacation with these travel sewing projects. These are great beginner projects to organize in the car or airplane.
I love going on trips in the summertime and when my kids have breaks from school. We have so much fun playing, hiking, swimming, and biking wherever we go.
I’ve put a big list together of all the things you can sew for traveling at any time of the year. Some of these sewing projects are great for playing games, some are for organizing, and some are for sleeping. A lot of these have free PDF sewing patterns to help you make something to make travel better!
What is a PDF sewing pattern?
A PDF pattern is a sewing pattern designed on the computer and organized so that it can be printed on several letter or A4 size pieces of paper.
I love using PDF sewing patterns because if the pattern gets ruined or if my children or I changed sizes, I can always print it again. It’ll never be destroyed since I have a digital version!
How do you use a PDF sewing pattern?
Open the PDF on a computer and click print. When printing make sure that the scaling is set to 100% or no scaling so that the pattern prints at the correct size.
Once the pattern is printed it can be taped together to get the full size. Then the pattern can be cut for each pattern piece size or individual sizes can be traced so that the pattern can be used again and again. Learn how to use PDF sewing patterns.
Do you love to sew? Try one of these sewing projects:
Having a bottle of hand sanitizer close by and ready to use is necessary today. With this DIY hand sanitizer holder keychain, you never have to fumble to find the bottle in your purse or backpack again!
The diy sleep mask pattern you'll find here might turn out to be the BEST ever diy gift for anyone who can benefit from a quick, energizing nap or a full night's sleep - and that's pretty much everyone!
If you make something using this sewing project, I’d love to see! Please share it on social media with the hashtag #heatherhandmade and tag me!
I believe small sewing moments can create great joy. Find your own “right” way to sew. -Heather