30+ Free Memorial Sewing & Craft Projects

 

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Have You Thought About Sewing Something To Commemorate An Event?

Well, many people do.  The events can be anything from birth and deaths, to marriages, and reunions and the like.  A sewing project might be a good way to mark and remember the event for you and future generations.  

Quilts and pillows make great commemorative sewing projects.  Check out all the other great ideas below.

memorial sewing projects

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Quilting As A Memorial Sewing Project

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Memorial Sewing Projects Roundup

Here's a list of some of the best memorial sewing projects and patterns I could find on the internet. I'm sure you'll love them. Hover over the picture to show the title, click to open, or right-click and open in a new tab to keep this page open too. And don’t forget to pin it.

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6 Responses to 30+ Free Memorial Sewing & Craft Projects

  1. Pam says:

    I had the plaid Christmas tablecloth that my mother-in-law used for years. I made 2 Christmas tree skirts for my children and have a nice piece left to make a table runner for my husband. Our children were so thrilled to have this remembrance of their grandma! These are wonderful ideas–they mean so much to the recipient and are so satisfying for the crafter.

  2. Ruthie says:

    Been making pillows for years for remembrance projects. My freinds seem to appreciate this the most,

  3. goatgrl says:

    I made pillows from my children’s post high school sweatshirts: Momentillows(tm)

  4. pamela says:

    I love the idea of using old clothing to make something as a remembrance object.

    • So Sew Easy says:

      Hi Pamela, I like your term “remembrance object”. It was hard to come up with the right name for this type of project but that’s a pretty good one.

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