50 Pretty and Practical Things to Sew for the Kitchen

21 Casserole Carrier

Casserole Carrier21. Casserole Carrier: I like to make homemade wedding gifts whenever I can. I saw this Casserole Carrier Tutorial from Two Little Hooligans and I was allll over it. She has really detailed instructions. The only thing that I didn’t do (and should have) was add a little extra length because the Pyrext hat I found had built in glass handles. But I still love (via TaylorMade)

22 Casserole or Pie Carrier

Casserole or Pie Carrier22. Casserole or Pie Carrier: This weeks video tutorial is on how to make a quilted casserole or pie carrier. I have literally received almost a hundred requests for this project and it finally made its way up my tutorials to-do list. I’m sure you have probably seen these out on the market and online. They are everywhere! So many (via Crafty Gemini)

23 Quick Cheap Rug

Quick Cheap Rug23. Quick Cheap Rug: Reader Hannah sent in her steps for creating a quick and inexpensive blast of color in her living room. For less than $20, she added a small area rug to her gray, gray, gray space. (via Apartment Therapy)

24 Woven Rug

Woven Rug24. Woven Rug: I’ve certainly done my fair share of DIY projects through the years, but for all the projects I have completed thus far, I’ve yet to venture into the land of rugs until today! I wanted to make a kitchen rug for the studio that was: a) cute, b) woven, and c) relatively easy for a first time rug maker. After a bit of research, I found the perfect woven rug that… (via A Beautiful Mess)

25 Kite Table Runner

Kite Table Runner25. Kite Table Runner (via Sew we Stitch)

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