Sometimes it can be a fun change to sew something vintage that isn’t an apron, a skirt, or a dress. Often when I think vintage, my mind immediately goes to garments. I begin browsing my patterns, books, and Pinterest for the perfect item. But sometimes its fun to think outside of the box…or at least outside of the closet. So I challenged myself to find three easy yet very vintage-y projects that would satisfy my retro need while still offering a nice change.
Here is what I found!
All links are listed below the image.
These hangers are a perfect way to still focus on vintage garments, while letting you go absolutely wild with color! I love how these hangers are finished with little puff balls and tassels! These would be wonderful to give as Christmas gifts!!
Vintage Wrapped Hangers by Sugar Beans.org
These burp clothes are sooooo sweet!! Make them for a friend, a family member, or for your own little one! Just be sure you don’t mind them getting covered in formula!
Vintage Burp Cloths from Polka Dot Chair
My last vintage sewing project is this adorable tomato pincushion! What I love is the switch from solid red fabric to a happy red gingham! Make a whole crop of these tomatoes in various tones and patterns!
Tomato Pincushion by Bee in my Bonnet
Sewing vintage can relate to a wide variety of projects. And with Christmas coming soon, why not create a few of these projects to give away to loved ones. Not only may you save a few dollars, but the thought and time that goes into them will most certainly be appreciated!
2 thoughts on “Fun Vintage Sewing Projects”