Three Spring Projects From Sew Fun

According to the calendar, spring has sprung. The weather hasn't quite caught up yet, with blustery temps and nary a budding tree or flower to be found. But we've got spring fever here at Stitch, and are looking ahead to the warm seasons. 

Sew Fun, by Deborah Fisher.

If you're prepping your sewing machine for some spring sewing sessions, check out our picks for three projects suitable for the season from Deborah Fisher's new Sew Fun book.

Little Smiles Bunny: Have fun choosing linens or cottons to make your very own bunny softie, perfect for the Easter season or anyone who loves rabbits. The best part? This project goes together in a snap, so you'll have time to make a whole warren of adorable bunnies.

The Official Flower Dance Academy Umbrella: This project is perfectly suited for spring floral fabrics, sunny prints, and fun embellishments. Piece together an umbrella canopy, then make the umbrella frame easily with dowels.

Insect Capes: Your child can morph into a ladybug, grasshopper, or beetle with these winged capes. Made from felt and bias tape, they can be constructed by an adult, then decorated at the whim of the kid who will wear them.

Find the instructions to these projects, plus 17 more, in Sew Fun, available as a book and eBook bundle in the Sew Daily Shop. And of course, happy spring sewing!




Little Smiles Bunnies. 

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