Kitchen Sewing Patterns

Free Patterns for Aprons, Kitchen Towels and All Kinds of Kitchen Needs

New cabinets are going to run a fortune... save your money and spruce up the kitchen with some sewing! These projects are great inexpensive ways to add color, charm and fun.. even when the kitchen is outside at the barbecue!
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    Microwave Potato Sack

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    Baked Potato Sack for the Microwave. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    This is my new favorite kitchen tool. I use them for so many more things than baked potatoes and love what it does to reheat pizza! Follow these free step by step directions for a great kitchen tool

     

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    Free pattern and directions to sew a potholder that doubles as an oven mitt.
    Potholder That Doubles as an Oven Mitt. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    This potholder mitt can be used as a regular potholder but also has the option of keeping your hand safe from heat by using it as an oven mitt.
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    Microwave Bowl Pot Holders. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Once you've made one, you'll be searching for a way to speed up the process to make them for all your friends and to have one for every member of the family. Mass Production is the perfect solution and this step by step article will guide you through every step.
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    Green Bean Casserole Dish with Shaped Pot Holder
    Shaped Pot Holder. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Never worry about removing that ht bowl from the microwave again with a pile of this style pot holder at hand. Make a stack for your family and another stack for tall of your friends!

     

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    One Yard Apron

    Cutting Diagram for a One Yard Apron
    Cutting Diagram for a One Yard Apron. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    This apron uses one yard of 45" wide fabric and can be made with a simple straight stitch machine. It is a perfect beginners sewing project for learning straight stitching, measuring and pressing.
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    A Completed Pie Plate Pot Holder Sewn with These Free Directions and Pattern. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    There's nothing quite like hot apple pie ala mode... and this style pot holder will help keep the pie hot as well as make it safe to transport so everyone can enjoy that hot fresh pie!

     

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    Sew aA Simple Potholder That Works Like a BBQ Mitt
    A Simple Potholder That Works Like a BBQ Mitt. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com

    From super simple to sew, great learning project potholders, to more elaborate that serve multiple purposes, you'll find many free patterns to se various style potholders on this page.

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    Free Pattern to Sew a Retro Apron With Bib and Ruffles
    Retro Apron With Bib and Ruffles. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com

    Apron styles can vary as much as garment styles. This page will give you choices to pick your apron style. Add trim and ruffles to have an apron for every occasion... or gift giving need.

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    Sew a Binder Cover to Organize Your Recipes

    A personalized binder cover made as a birthday gift for a friend.
    Sew a Binder Cover to Create a Unique Cookbook. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    The Internet is a wealth of free recipes and if you're like me, you print out plenty of them. Now organize them with a nice cover on a three ring binder. Add embroidery, applique or embellishments to make it a truly unique cookbook of your favorites.
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    Free Pattern and directions to sew an insulated casserole dish.
    Insulated Casserole Dish. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    The instructions are for an 8" X 8" dish with full details on how to make the dish any size. A great house warming or hostess gift with a nice warm casserole.
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    Free pattern to sew an apron for your dish liquid apron.
    Dish Liquid Bottle Apron. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Are you looking for a quick project to spiff up a kitchen or a small house warming gift? Here's one that can be made to match any decor! Use scraps from your kitchen curtains or small appliance covers to tie everything together. The included pattern piece includes the hem line for the newer short dish liquid bottles.
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    Sew Your Own Hanging Hand Towels - - Free Pattern and Directions
    Finished Towel. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Always have a hand towel hanging and ready to use by adding these tops to a towel.
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    Free Directions to Sew a Custom Round, Square, Oval or Rectangle Tablecloth

    Measure Your Table for a Custom Tablecloth
    Measure Your Table for a Custom Tablecloth. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Not all tables are the exact same size and tablecloths can cost a fortune. Sew your own and use the money you save to make a different shaped table cloth to have layered tablecloths with contrast.
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    Scented Hot Pad

    This simple project is a great way to protect your table and depending on the scent you use, you can make your family think they are having hot apple pie.
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    Sewing Your Own Kitchen Small Appliance Covers
    Blender Cover. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Designer appliance covers can cost a small fortune and it is difficult to find ones to match your decor. Find the perfect fabric for your kitchen and make them be just what you want!
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    Sew a Basic Curtain Panel
    How to Sew a Basic Curtain Panel. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    How to Sew a Basic Curtain Panel
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    Free directions to sew Canning Jar Covers
    Canning Jar Covers. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    A simple project to dress up a homemade gift. Add a buttonhole to the center of the cover for a usable coin bank when the goodies have been eaten.
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    Potpourri Pie! - A Pie Made with Fabric and Potpourri

    Potpourri Pie! - A Pie Made with Fabric and Potpourri
    Add fragrance to your home with this decoration. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    A free pattern and directions for making a Potpourri pie from fabric and potpourri.
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    Grocery Bag Caddy
    Grocery Bag Caddy. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Having a place to put those plastic shopping bags makes it much more likely that they will be reused or recycled. Make a caddy to match your kitchen with these free directions.
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    An Insulating Can Wrap
    An Insulating Can or Juice Box Wrap. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    When you clean up from a picnic or party do you find dozens of half empty cans? This quick project will help guests identify their can... and hopefully finish their can before getting another.
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    Sew A BBQ Apron
    Sew A BBQ Apron. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    This apron makes a great gift and can be made in any fabric for a fun theme. Make a chef hat to match for the BBQ chef in your family.
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    Finished Chef's Hat
    Finished Chef's Hat. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    A great gift for someone starting cooking school or to compliment a BBQ apron.
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    Durable Reusable Grocery Bag
    Durable Reusable Grocery Bag. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Do your part to save the environment by not using those plastic shopping bags. Sew your own bags that are more durable and won't rip carrying in the groceries.
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    Insulated Lunch Sack
    Insulated Lunch Sack. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Lunch boxes seem to become "uncool" at an earlier grade level every year! A new brown bag in the trash for every school day really adds to our land fill nightmare! Contribute to ecological efforts by making an insulated fabric sack that will keep your or your child's lunch cold and safe.
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    Insulated Two Liter Bottle Covers
    Insulated Two Liter Bottle Covers. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Large bottles of soda are less expensive at parties and picnics, but keeping them cold can be a challenge. Expand your party theme and keep the drinks cold by making insulated covers for the bottles.
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    Insulated Totes For Soda & Water Bottles
    Insulated Totes For Soda & Water Bottles. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Bring your own beverage to parades and community events and keep them cold. Here you'll find insulated bottle totes in various sizes for most popular water and soda bottles. Here is a way to keep that drink cold!
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    Front & Back of Fabric Gift Bottle Bag
    Front & Back of Fabric Gift Bottle Bag. Debbie Colgrove, Licensed to About.com
    Sew bottle gift bags for easy wrapping and an impact on the environment.
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    Here's a picnic table cloth that will stay put even on a windy day. Make matching bench covers that can be tossed in the washer for easy clean up.