A couple of years ago I decided to make easy and inexpensive Halloween cards to put in the mail for anyone who loves the holiday as much as I do. (Or I suppose even for those who don’t.) These cards are about as basic as they come, and would be a great craft to do with children.
Here’s the thing about really only having time to sew at night when I get home from work: it’s pretty awesome. I need an overhead light and Friends on my iPad, and I’m set. The thing about only having that chunk of time to take photos: not awesome. I retook these photos three times, and the lighting still wasn’t great. But you can tell it’s a poncho/cape/jacket, and I suppose that’s all that really matters.
Skill level: This poncho sewing project would be good for intermediate sewers.
Time commitment estimate: A few hours, depending on skill level.
I made these little shoes for a coworker’s baby gift. They don’t take much time, but are such a fun addition on top of whatever group gift everyone goes in on.
Skill level: This sewing project would be good for intermediate sewers.
Time commitment estimate: A couple of hours or less, depending on skill level.
I’ve been wanting to make a Fall wreath for a while, so this last weekend I went to Joann’s and finally made it happen.