SEWING KITS: 30 IDEAS EVERY SEWING HOBBYIST WILL LOVE
Every sewing lover needs a kit of materials to call their own we’ve already put together a guide on the best sewing kit you can find on the market but did you know that you can also create your very own sewing kit from scratch?
We’ve rounded-up 30 of the most unique, eye-catching, and easy-to-make sewing kits – You’re going to love all of them!
So whether you’re after a space-saving option, a quirky home for your materials, or even the largest and most organized sewing kit on the planet…you’ll find them all below!
What’s cooler than a crochet ice cream? A crochet ice cream jar containing sewing materials, of course! 1 Dog Woof will show you how to make this little masterpiece.
Thanks to Apartment Therapy, you can learn how to transform a small suitcase into your very own sewing kit. It looks incredibly organised too!
Fancy a little sewing kit that folds up into a handy pouch? This tutorial from Ask Sarah will show you how to recreate your very own. Mix and match your favorite materials for a unique look that’s totally you!
Even if you’re not familiar with what a Liberty Hexie sewing kit is, you’ll still fall in love with this clever idea from A Spoonful of Sugar! It’s also a neat and organized way to store all of your favorite sewing materials.
If you’ve got a few old wooden rulers sitting around at home, you’ll be pleased to hear that you can actually create a ‘ruler box’ from them to house your sewing bits and bobs. Spoonful of Sugar has this wonderful tutorial.
This easy sewing box tutorial is courtesy of Como Fazer Artesanato – You’re going to love it! It’s also a great space saver for your sewing corner.
How about creating a mini macaroon-inspired pouch to hold your sewing essentials? It’s perfect for when you’re on-the-go but just can’t bear to part from your beloved needle and thread! Craft Passion will show you how.
This DIY project from Craftsy helps you to turn your favorite little tin into a mini sewing kit. It’s even a great gift idea for a loved one, so be sure to give it a go!
Have you ever stumbled upon those old train cases at goodwill stores and thrift shops? Now you can turn one into an impressive sewing kit, thanks to this great idea from Darling Adventures!
This eco-friendly idea from Design Sponge helps you to turn recycled paper into a basket which is perfect for housing all of your sewing materials – think balls of yarn, reels of thread, your needles, material off-cuts…everything!
Disdressed will teach you how to create a sewing box from a cardboard mini suitcase. This is an incredibly versatile DIY project, so you’re going to love it!
How pretty is this DIY fold-up sewing kit from Fil de la Passion? The step-by-step images will give you some seriously needed inspiration!
This boxy, material purse is perfect for holding all of your sewing supplies for carry-about storage. You can easily place it in your handbag or sit it on your desk. Handmadiya has this wonderful tutorial!
This cat-shaped sewing kit from Handmadiya can easily be made from some spare material and it’s the perfect weekend project! No one will be able to resist this adorable little critter.
Did you know that with a few cheap and common storage items, you can easily create the ultimate sewing kit? Homemade by Carmona has this genius idea to share with you.
See this beautiful, antique-inspired sewing kit box? It’s actually been created using every day, modern craft supplies like scissors, rulers, and more. Illusion de Yayi has then spray-painted them white to give them that old school look.
If you’re lucky enough to find a vintage sewing box like this one from Lily All Sorts, then you can also give it a unique twist, just as this talented blogger has done!
If you’re running a tight budget, never fear! You can create a simple and cheap sewing kit from a cardboard box, just as Little Willow Tree has done. What a great idea!
Here’s another easy-peasy DIY sewing box idea, this time from Love To Sew. You can even use these instructions to create fabric boxes for a whole array of other uses!
This chic, cottage-inspired mason jar pin cushion sewing kit is certainly unique. Making It Pretty has shared this insightful tutorial via eHow. Share it with your friends, because they’re sure to love it too!
These gorgeous material cases look as professional as store-bought ones! Michael Ann Made has a brilliant tutorial for creating these and they’re perfect for storing everything you need for your sewing projects!
How’s this for a fantastic idea? Mur Mur has re-purposed a cardboard box into storage for her spools of thread! This is one easy-to-create way for keeping your thread neatly organized.
Creating your own sewing kit can be as easy as making this DIY design from Pattern Pile! It’s perfect for keeping those sharp scissors away from tiny hands too.
Although this DIY project from Polka Dot Chair is designed to house material, it can also hold all of your other sewing materials too, making it the perfect idea for a sewing kit.
Now this is a one-of-a-kind idea for a DIY sewing kit! Sadie Season Goods will show you how she transformed her pretty teapot into a pin cushion and storage for her other crafty materials. Amazing!
Sara Gray has shared this awesome, stand-up sewing kit idea via Pattern Pile. It also folds away for easy storage. Does it get any more perfect than that?
Here’s another gorgeous sewing case idea, this time from The Seasoned Homemaker. The talented blogger will also teach you how to create your own pin cushion, which is the perfect addition to your DIY sewing kit.
This mason jar pin cushion sewing kit is from The Seasoned Homemaker and we love the use of vibrant and colorful material! This would also be a perfect gift idea for a loved one.
We all seem to have old sunglasses cases lying around at home, so how about turning one into a handy little sewing kit? Tea Rose Home did just that and now she’s shared the helpful tutorial with you too!
Now this is a sewing kit on a budget! Transform an empty egg carton into a cool sewing kit, just as Truly Myrtle has done. Will you paint yours, cover it in fabric, or leave it plain? The options are endless!
Now there’s no excuse for an untidy or disorganized sewing space, thanks to those wonderful DIY sewing kit ideas. Which ones were your favorites? We’d love to hear from you in the comments section below!