One of us can sew. The other can’t. We’ll let you try to figure out which is which.
But whether you can sew or not, sometimes it’s just a drag to well drag out the sewing machine or needle and thread.
Here are several fabulous No Sew Projects that will have you fooling everyone into believing you spend all day bent over a sewing machine!
We all love custom curtains! Here are several “no sew” options:
Vanessa created these “no sew” drop cloth curtains with fabric trim for her family room! Add fun trim in a variety of patterns and colors to create custom inexpensive curtains!
Cornices can be expensive and heavy! Heather created these “no sew” diy cornices out of foam board and tablecloths for her kitchen and bay window.
We LOVE these “no-sew burlap curtains” from Jessica of Four Generations One Roof. She added polka dots of sisal roping for a fun addition!
Pillows are another great candidate for “no-sew” sewing!
These “no-sew” owl pillows that Vanessa created for her kids are super easy and super cute!
Do you love the look of ruffles, but gave up on them since you couldn’t sew? Well fret no more. Kim of Sand and Sisal has a “no sew” ruffled pillow tutorial with step by step instructions.
There are many other “no sew” options for the house
How about this “no sew” faux chair slipcover from KariAnne of Thistlewood Farms? Isn’t it fabulous?!
like this darling “no-sew” burlap bathroom vanity skirt Vanessa created to cover up a not so pretty vanity.
She also created a beautiful “no sew” diy bed cornice for her daughter’s bed, making it fit for a princess!
drop cloths were put to good use once again when Vanessa made a no sew fringed drop cloth table skirt…one might think SHE was the one who couldn’t sew. 😉
The holidays are also a great place for no-sew ideas. With the Fourth of July just around the corner here are a few patriotic no sew projects!
Heather created this “no sew” Fourth of July pennant banner from bandannas
as well as these “no sew” patriotic pillows
and what’s summer without a pretty patio tablecloth! Brittany from Pretty Handy Girl created this “no-sew” patio tablecloth complete with umbrella hole out of a shower curtain!
With such a fabulous round up we’re ready to get sewing…or wait…we guess that would be “not sewing” these amazing projects!
Do you have a favorite no sew project?
jessica @fourgenerationsoneroof says
Thanks for the shout out!! What great projects!
This is right up my alley!! I can’t even sew a straight line so these projects are perfect for me! Thanks!!~~Angela
Yvonne @ StoneGable says
Even though I can sew, I love fabric projects that don’t include a sewing machine.
Those drop cloth drapes are drop dead gorgeous!
Love those cornices! I sew, but it’s soooo frustrating!
Shelley @ Calypso in the Country says
Every year I say I am going to take sewing lessons…I haven’t yet but I am impressed by all these projects! Maybe I don’t have to learn!
Shannon @Fox Hollow Cottage says
Hi girls!! So glad I stopped by, I had missed a few of theses projects. That little owl is so cute 🙂 Hope you are both have a great weekend – Shannon
Loved all these easy no sew projects. Very inspiring.
I just scrolled through this so so slowly to get every idea. I’m not really in a no sew club, I’m in the “don’t like to sew” club. That’s the one full of people who do know how but would rather not drag out that sewing machine because it sort of turns them into Shrek.
Beth@Unskinny Boppy says
Here’s my favorite! Stitch Witchery is my specialty. 🙂 https://unskinnyboppy.com/2012/09/tutorial-10-minute-no-sew-diy-curtain/
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