Decorating for fall can be as easy as adding a few of these DIY quilted coasters to your tables.
If you've been thinking about trying your hand at quilt making, before going to your local fabric store, source your quilt fabric from shirts at a thrift store or even in your own closet.
If sharks are your thing and Shark Week can't come soon enough in your book, then you'll want to dive into this fun, cozy, hooded blanket project.
DIY Braided Fleece Blanket
Once you've spent time finding the perfect bike seat for you, protect it from the elements with this oil cloth bike seat cover.
DIY gingham and floral fabric face masks
Instead of getting dirty while carrying firewood, do it in style with this DIY fabric carrier.
Even if your machine only has a straight and zig zag stitch, you can still get the hang of making professional looking buttonholes.

How to Sew Buttonholes

If you've recently taken to the road on a bike, and you love to sew, then this DIY bike pouch could be a perfect way to combine two of your favorite hobbies and create a spot to carry a few essentials while taking to the open road.

How to Sew a Bike Pouch

A good wet/dry sweeper can be your best friend. You can easily make a stack of your own reusable pads in a couple of hours.
9 Reusable & Eco-Friendly Sewing Projects
If transforming your home into a more eco-friendly place is important to you, then this zero-waste washable sponge a good alternative to those traditional throw-away plastic dish sponges.
In addition to social distancing and having a list to reduce your time in the store, attach a washable handle cover to give you one more line of defense.
If your leash has seen better days or you just want to make something different for your walks in the park, make a new one from the waistbands of a couple of old pairs of jeans.

DIY Denim Dog Leash

This versatile bag can be used to hold make-up, a shaving kit, school supplies, or even small toys for those car trips.
Whether your sleeves are too small or you're just trying to create a statement with some billowy new sleeves, adding an insert is an adjustment even a beginner can do.
Whether watching a favorite movie, reading a good book or just relaxing next to a warm fire, this floor pillow mat will keep you cozy and comfy.

DIY Floor Pillow Mat

Whether you're on vacation, shopping at the store, strolling through the park or enjoying an afternoon at the zoo, a cross bodybag is a must have item.
Felt succulents are not only full of color, texture and unique character, but they are a cinch to make.

DIY Felt Succulent Plants

If you've wanted to try your hand at quilting, a rag quilt is the perfect place to start.

How to Make a Rag Quilt

The guacamole is fresh, the onions are diced, the cheese is shredded, and the table is set. All you need now, to make your taco night perfect, is a handmade, cotton fabric tortilla warmer.
Instead of throwing away those old, unwanted t-shirts, turn them into yarn.

How to Make T-Shirt Yarn

Instead of throwing out those sweaters that may have gotten a bit snug or gone out of style, you can give them a cozy new life as a Christmas decoration.
This holiday season, keep your rolls fresh and, at the same time, add some serious style to your table with a DIY fabric roll cover.
You can modernize your "horn of plenty" centerpiece this season by painting the basket white and creating some delightful felt gourds and flowers to fill it.

DIY Felt Fall Cornucopia

When you show up carrying your fresh pie in this fabric pie carrier, everyone is going to want to know which boutique sells them. Won't they be surprised when you tell them you made it yourself.

DIY Fabric Pie Carrier

Bring that colorful fall feeling inside your home by creating a few vibrant felt coasters to protect your coffee table from those steaming cups of hot cocoa you'll be sipping.

DIY Fall Fabric Coasters

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.