Fourth of July Sewing Roundup! Great Projects for Summer.

4th of july sewingHappy 4th of July!

If you were born an American or even if you’re just visiting, you'll really enjoy how American's celebrate the 4th of July.  Picknicks, barbecues, parades, trips to the beach and of course those much-anticipated fireworks!

To help you prepare for the celebrations this year, we've put together a huge, new roundup of FREE 4th of July Sewing projects.

The list includes simple projects for beginners and even kids as well as more complex projects like American flag quilts.  I'm sure you'll find something you'll like.

Need Another Idea?

If you're still not satisfied with this selection of 4th of July sewing ideas, here's a fun project we posted recently to make a table mat out of cord and fabric scraps.

table mat

Check It Out

4th of July Sewing Roundup

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6 Responses to Fourth of July Sewing Roundup! Great Projects for Summer.

  1. Judith Ketchu says:

    Thanks for always making my day brighter.

  2. Kathleen says:

    Thanks for all the great free Fourth of July patterns! They are much appreciated.
    Every Sunday morning it is always a delight to go to my laptop and check your latest email to find whats new and fun in sewing.Your “how to articles” are very helpful and easy to understand. I always learn something new.
    Thank you for all the inspiration and saneness your web site provides in these
    crazy times!

  3. ROSE says:

    Thank you so much for the great ideas. Since we are in a pandemic we had to have different ways of showing our pride in the USA. Great ideas, the outfits can be worn even in our own neighborhood ” drivewaycelebrations”, since we can’t have large crowds.

  4. CBS says:

    While I appreciate your comments about how we celebrate the 4th of July here in the USA, this year will have quite a bit less public celebration as we continue to deal with the pandemic. Happy 4th to all.

  5. Irene Erickson says:

    Lots of good ideas but I got the email on July 3rd which made it impossible to do any of the crafts listed. Maybe earlier next time?

  6. Dorothy says:

    Thank you 🙂

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