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March is National Craft Month, and we’;re celebrating by sharing our best crafting projects from WeAllSew! From crafting a necklace or a bracelet, decorating your home, or even creating a gift for a friend, these are our favorite things to craft with a sewing machine. As a bonus, we’;ve got a fun crafting-themed prize package for you, scroll to the bottom of the post to find out how to enter!

This modern necklace features bright colors and geometric shapes from the 1980’;s. Learn how to make this DIY Geometric Vinyl Necklace designed by Nicole Stevenson here at WeAllSew.

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Do you have scraps of ribbons and trims in your crafting stash? Use them with some bright threads and fun stitches to make simple Lace Ribbon Cuff bracelets with this tutorial.

Use your embroidery machine along with this freeaccent pillow case baby canvas housewarming gift, downloadable design to create a pretty Butterfly Necklace In-The-Hoop designed by Sue O’;Very.

These little leather bracelets are so simple to make, you’;ll want to create a whole batch! Use decorative threads and stitches to Sew Leather Bracelets with this tutorial at WeAllSew.

Make a personalized gift with a monogrammed wooden necklace! Use your embroidery machine or create hand stitches with a large needle and embroidery floss. Learn how with the Monogrammed Necklaces on Wood tutorial here.

Make a hanging basket to display plants on your porch or in your home. Follow along with the Canvas Plant Hanging Basket tutorial at WeAllSew to make your own.

Re-purpose worn out or vintage linens into handy doorstops, paperweights for your desktop, or pattern weights for sewing. Learn How to Make Weights from Vintage Linens with this how-to.

If you’;ve got some cotton rope and pretty threads, you’;re half way to creating these fun to make rope bowls! Find out exactly how to create your own Rope Bowl here.

Create a fun garland featuring bright fabric shapes and decorative stitches to brighten any dull corner of your home. Learn how to Create a Daring Garland here at WeAllSew.

These hot handle or pot lid grabbers are simple to make and add a pop of color to your kitchen. Visit the Circle Potholder tutorial here to learn how to make your own.

Use your sewing machine (or even hand stitches) to craft one-of-a-kind note cards for family and friends. Find out How to Create Embroidered Note Cards in this tutorial here at WeAllSew.

Did you play with shrink plastic as a kid? You can use shrink plastic to create your own buttons, custom pin heads, and sewing charms that make perfect gifts! Click over to the Shrink Plastic Sewing Notions post to find out more.

Make sweet personalized gift tags, labels, and cards by combining stamps, paper, bits of trim and fabric scraps. Learn How to Use Stamp Sets for Sewing Projects here.

This mini scissors case is stitched together quickly with a few scraps of fabric and a bit of batting, and holds a small pair of scissors or thread snips along with a place to stick needles and pins. Get the free pattern to make the Mini Scissors Case with Needle Minder here.

Does your kid need to keep track of lunch money? Here’;s a fun zippered pouch that looks like lunch! Get the DIY Lunch Money Wallet here from WeAllSew.

Reward your kids with custom-made patches to celebrate special accomplishments. Find out how to make Embroidered Merit Patches here.

How sweet (literally!) is this fun donut pillow! Made with cozy fleece and colorful pompom sprinkles, it’;s definitely going to be a favorite for any kid. Get the DIY Donut Pillow tutorial here.

Make snack time fun with this unique little place mat, complete with a pocket for utensils. Add your own special message, a name, or a monogram with stitches. Find the You Are Loved Snack Mat tutorial here at WeAllSew.

Fast and easy to stitch together, this colorful string of pennants is sure to bring smiles to any celebration (birthday, holiday, or any special occasion). Visit the String of Pennants tutorial here to find the free pattern and instructions.

This contest is now closed. Congratulations to WeAllSew fan @loboquilter, our National Craft Month Giveaway winner! Thanks to all who entered.

One lucky WeAllSew reader will win this fun package featuring BERNINA red craft notions and accessories! You could win one Stash N Store red and white craft organizer, one pair of Karen Kay Buckley Perfect Curved Scissor snips, one Zirkel magnetic red pincushion, and one handy BERNINA tote bag to stash your crafting supplies!

All you have to do is post a comment below and answer the question, “How do you incorporate sewing with crafts?” The the giveaway is open through Friday, March 8.

The giveaway is open to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia. One comment per fan. Comment must be submitted to the WeAllSew.com blog by Friday, March 8, 2019 at 11:59 PM Central Time. Winner will be chosen randomly. Winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to contact to claim the prize.

Good luck!

Can you tell I’m feeling excited and accomplished? I wanted to share all of the girls’ bedroom sources and a few little cheats along the way. You can see how I selected the paint colors, how I planned from afar and get the details about their bedroom here, including paint colors!

But that does mean that it is now officially?Summer! Whether or not we actually get one will be down to the ‘weather-lottery’ as usual, so pray for some good numbers this year 30’s to 40’s would be nice please! It’s that time of year yet again when many of us turn our thoughts to our well earned, leisure time and holidays. For three short months of the year, the days are brighter and warmer (if not sunnier) and the lighter evenings afford us the luxury of extending our social and leisure time well beyond the hours of work.

If you have been looking to redecorate any one of your rooms throughout the home, why not try using some cool summer blues as dominant colour. Using a light shade of blue is a really stylish way for you to help accentuate certain parts of the dining room. You can actually use a lighter shade of blue against colours such as light greens and creams to act as a partition between the otherwise, lifeless walls.