I’m really excited that my brand-new fabric shop just opened on Spoonflower!
To give you some inspirations, I wanted to share some of the fun projects I’ve worked on with my new fabric collection.
If you’re not that into sewing or you’re a beginner like me, you’d be glad to know there are still lots of things you can make!
For example, check out these hoop art with my Eat a Rainbow fabric. There is no sewing involved (winner!) and yet so cute. Wouldn’t they be perfect in your kitchen or in your kids’ room?
I also made a few zippered pouches – which, I confess, was harder than I thought, but with more practice I know it would be a fun thing to make more of!
I carry my favorite drawing markers in my pencil pouch when I’m on the go. I used a bright-colored fabric for the liner inside to make it extra cheerful and easy for me to see what’s inside.
I made a small coin purse as well with my I heart Seattle Mug fabric. How adorable is this??
It’s a perfect size for my business cards and I keep them organized in my bag.
I shared this bag on my blog a few weeks ago, but these Azuma bags are pretty simple to make. It’s constructed with just one rectangular Succulent Plants fabric and sewing straight lines.
(You can follow the instructions here.)
I can carry my wallet, phone, and keys in this bag to go grocery shopping, or throw in my favorite snacks to go when I go to my pottery class.
And these coasters are a great way to use up your scraps! Easy, peasy.
(Basically, sew around two squares right sides together with 1.5″ hole, turn inside out, press and top stitch all the way around.)
Now, if I were a more skilled sewist, which you may be, I’d be making cute summer dresses, more zippered pouches, aprons, bags, table linens etc. etc. Can you imagine making anything kid-sized with these?? SO ADORABLE ❤
You can shop these fabrics in 24 different materials in my fabric shop now!
Make fun things and share your photos with me 🙂 Tag your pics on social media with #honeyberryfabric so I can see them.