April Sewing Subscription Box Project Inspiration
Got your April subscription box full of floral lovelies already this month? Not sure where to start with it? Take a look at some of these fab ideas we have for using the contents!
April Sewing Subscription Box Project Ideas
Create a gorgeous infinity scarf to keep out the draught on these breezy spring days - simply create a patchwork tube and stitch together at the ends!
Create a gorgeous little spring chicken to brighten up your home from any leftovers or smaller scraps you have left from your box!
Have a go at a bit of free motion stitching with your machine (ideally with a free motion foot if you have one) and make the floral design the centrepiece of your work, 'drawing' round it with your thread and adding a few bits of applique for interest.
Feeling a little lazy? Go for this cheat and make a no-sew fabric covered notebook! Okay so it's not sewing, but if you have a favourite print you love to look at and stroke all the time, it's the perfect excuse to do so regularly under the proviso of 'writing notes'!
Knock up the prettiest hot water bottle cover ever! With a bit of simple straight line quilting, this one is perfect for beginner's to quilting and can easily be made out of fat quarters. Finish off with the trim from your box if you prefer!
Get ready for your summer travels - make up a rucksack that's prettier than anthing you can buy in a shop! Prima's pattern is easy to achieve with a patchwork look, though you will need to join two long thin pieces together to create the required pieces for each strap.
Go all out and create an amazing floral quilt, using simple (but large) squares, and a gorgeous bit of appliqué in plain fabric on top like these daisies - or choose your favourite flower! Works especially well with red and navy colours.
Add some floral flair to your existing clothes in no time at all - great for those that don't have the time or energy to make their own full garments! We love this turn up detail on jeans, but you could do the same on cuffs, collars and lapels too.