If you’ve always dreamed of sewing your own wardrobe but aren’t sure where to begin, why not start small? In our collection of accessories to sew, you’ll learn how to make simple, chic, and always in style handmade accessories. Design the perfect seasonal scarf to fit your favorite outfits or sew some fun hair accessories that double as fabric bracelets. Included in this collection are: All Tied Up Summer Scrunchies, Trailblazer Reversible Infinity Scarf, Shooting Stars Rainbow Zipper Pouch, Simple Detachable Statement Collars, Knot Your Average Fabric Headband, and Northeast Chic Oversized Fall Scarf. Customizing your closet starts by tailoring these accessories to your personal style!
Simple Accessories to Sew
Save your lovely locks from damaging elastic hair ties by sewing your own scrunchies. Tame your mane with this easy sewing tutorial that shows you how to make stylish hair accessories using beginner sewing skills. This sewing project uses quilting cotton in cute prints and features a decorative tie to finish off your scrunchie. Whether you’re keeping your hair out of your face or wearing your scrunchie as a fabric bracelet, you’re sure to look completely fabulous! READ MORE
Oversized collars are one trend that is here to stay. Take this trend from the late 80s and early 90s into 2022 by learning how to design your own custom statement collars at home. The beauty of this easy sewing pattern is the endless options for customization with fabric, trim, or even embroidery details! Complete with a printable template, this sewn accessory is perfect for layering over your favorite tee, dress or sweater. READ MORE
This chic and sophisticated fall scarf is a quintessential cool weather staple! Drawing inspiration from traditionally woven plaid scarves, the eye-catching detail of this sewn accessory is its elegant and professional fringe edging. The oversized nature of this scarf makes it the perfect final layering piece of any fall outfit and is a great way to inject some New England prep into your autumn wardrobe. All that is missing is the crunch of leaves underfoot and a hot coffee. READ MORE