Whether you are trying to wittle down your stash or limiting your time away from your studio fabric shopping, all these patterns can be made in just 1 yard or less of fabric! These are the perfect styles to help you sew through all those folded up bits and pieces of fabric and in the end you'll have a functional sewing project that was fun to make too.
Sweatshirting Drawstring Backpack
So cool, that it is an accessory to use around the clock. The match sack with double zippers and a neon cord functions just as well as a fill-in for the hand bag.
Crop tops like this one with wide straps and plunging neckline are making a comeback. New: They are now worn with waist-high trousers and skirts - so only a small piece of skin flashes.
A style that shapes at the waist and at the hips while also being comfortable. The mini skirt has hip yoke pockets, too. A beautiful detail: All seams are finished with a double row of topstitching.
Cotton Play Blocks
These blocks are soft and easy to hold for making tiny houses. Sewn with cotton and pieces of thick foam, they are perfect for the early months of stacking.
Lightweight Fabric Bloomers
Instead of shorts or bermudas, bloomers look even more cool because the hems are playfully gathered. The slightly fluffy falling shorts are classically fitted with a waistband and zip.
Double is better: With this refined bikini top, everything stays exactly where it belongs. The straps can be knotted at the back of the lower back, worn as a halter or simply removed. The wide bikini bottom with knot detail flatters the figure.
Silk French Knickers
The sleeveless jersey top is really easy and even sewing beginners succeed. Edges and hem are stitched with a twin needle.
This Carmen blouse style is sewn with an easy-care cotton. Depending on your style mood, wear the neckline high or low – and the sleeeves can be tucked to your preference, as well.