Keep your fingers toasty warm when watching that game or out admiring the fall colors by throwing a few soft and cozy DIY flannel hand warmers into your pockets.

DIY Flannel Hand Warmers

Create this handy checkerboard that's lightweight and convenient enough to throw in a drawer of your camper or even tote along in your backpack.
This drawstring makeup bag will help you on your way to feeling more organized and will make it simple to sort, pack, and access your cosmetics anytime.
Jump on the zero waste bandwagon and be stylish and responsible by creating reusable grocery bags from empty animal feed sacks.
Keep those cords under control and detangled with these cute cord holders that you made yourself from a couple of pieces of scrap fabric.

DIY Fabric Cord Holders

Even your skin care routine can join the zero waste movement with these cute and cheerful reusable makeup remover pads.
If stubborn jar lids are on your list of kitchen pet peeves, we've got you covered with this handy DIY jar opener.

DIY Jar Openers

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These eco-friendly bags can be made from fabric you already have or thrift shop dishtowels or curtain panels to make them double earth friendly.
Make your special blend of tea even better by creating your own custom, reusable tea bags.

DIY Reusable Tea Bags

If you've been trying to create less waste and eat a bit healthier, you can ditch those greasy, chemical-laden, store-bought microwave popcorn bags and make an earth-friendly, reusable, healthy alternative.
If you want to BEE the life of your next party, show up carrying your salad in a bowl covered in a homemade beeswax cover.
Adorn the interior of your car with a colorful, handmade steering wheel cover.
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These bright and custom luggage tags will make your baggage noticeable from far away and there will be no doubt about the whereabouts of your luggage.
Protect your hands the next time you pull your fiery, red-hot creation out of the oven by using a handy-dandy skillet handle cover that you made yourself.
This delightful new rose pillow can be made in an afternoon for your couch, chair or maybe even your love nest.

How to Sew a Rose Pillow

Why use plain old mats to protect your wood when you can make every occasion special with custom made placemats.
Instead of just hanging your towel over a cupboard door or throwing it on the counter, add a little ribbon to the top so you can give it a place of honor in your kitchen and hang it from your oven door.
Snuggle up with a good book, a warm cup of tea, and your favorite jammies under this upcycled sweater quilt that you made yourself.
If you made a resolution to get your life in order, you'll be well on your way when you make this delightful purse organizer.
Pull out an old sweater from the bottom of your closet and create a cute and cozy sweater skirt for a little girl in your life.
When sleeping upright is your only option, this soft and comfortable neck pillow will help you get the Zzz's you need.
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DIY Felted Wool Cup Cozy

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Whip up a card holder from some fabric scraps and keep your business cards organized and clean.

How to Sew a Card Holder

Upcycled Sweater Beret
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If you've been looking for the perfect do-it-yourself teacher gift, then look no further. This simple fabric key or badge lanyard will be the envy of all the other teachers.

How to Sew a Lanyard

Simple Shirt Hacks
If you'd like to add some fun unexpected detail to an otherwise plain sweater or shirt, a bell sleeve is a nice option. You can use plain fabric to match your shirt or make a fashion statement using something more colorful like an embroidered mesh.
Perfectly faded denim
All it takes is a good seam ripper and a little fun fabric to add an in-seam pocket to any piece of clothing in your wardrobe.
Give your plain jeans some personality by using a stencil and bleach to add some fun designs. Cover them with patterns or just put a few strategically placed pictures to alter your jeans and make them your own.
Nothing like staying wet to beat the heat. But when it's time to dry off, don't just use any old towel, nope, wrap your kids up in a DIY hooded towel they can wear.
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