Mason Jar Sewing Kit
I decided it was time to get all my little sewing things into one container so I whipped up the mason jar sewing kit. Originally this jar came with jelly in it from a friend so it was already special. This is a great project to make and give as a gift but you better believe, I am keeping mine.
Let’s Make a Mason Jar Sewing Kit
Start but cutting two felt circles the same size at the lid.
Sew around the edges, leaving an opening. Fill the cavity with Glasslets (perfect for this project because they are tiny) and sew closed.
Wrap your little beanbag in fabric, adding some Fairfield World PolyFil for extra poofiness and sew to another felt circle the size of the lid then glue to the lid.
Glue ribbon around the sides of the lid being sure it is long enough to tie in a bow at the end. Let it all dry then fill the jar with tools and stick your pins in the top.
To make the needle book, sew a piece of Kunin Basic Felt in between two pieces of denim. It’s the perfect accessory to your sewing kit.
It is Day Three of Creative Crafts, a collaboration of bloggers sharing projects. I am excited to be hosting with Meg from Makeable Crafts and our guest co-host Beth from Creatively Beth.
Beth comes up with such fun ideas. Today she is sharing cereal box notebooks.
MORE Recycled Crafts
Erica from 5 Little Monsters used a pair of jeans and upcycled them into an apron. I LOVE it.
Natalie from Doodlecraft recycled pieces of wood from a game to create handmade scroll art. It’s lovely.
Chelly from We Can Make That used a frame she thrifted and created festive home decor. Click over to her blog to see how this turned out!
Check back tomorrow for EVEN MORE amazing and awesome recycled craft projects.