13 Awesome Things To Sew For The Kitchen This 4th Of July
The 4th of July is hands down one of the most exciting holidays there is. On what other holiday do you get to barbecue, light up a bunch of fireworks, and raise a glass to freedom?
Celebrate your 4th in style with any or all of our favorite kitchen items for the 4th with these festive sewing patterns. There’s no such thing as too much red white and blue. When you’re in the kitchen whipping up something delicious, you can get into the patriotic spirit with a star and stripes hand sewn dish towel or colorful coasters.
Show off your independent spirit on Independence Day by displaying the creative 4th of July themed sewing projects you’ve been working on. Your kitchen will be the most unique one out there. Everyone’s got coleslaw and jello-salad. It’s time to spice things up a little. If you’re looking for 4th of July sewing patterns, stop – you need to look no further.
Stars and Stripes Dishtowel
A great idea for DIY 4th of July decor, this dish towel sewing tutorial is a quick project that you can sew and piece together in a single evening, and is a great project for scrap sewing or charm packs.
Via Polka Dot Chair
Reversible Breakfast Tablecloth Sewing Pattern
Create a fun and unique kitchen scene straight out of the 60s with this Reversible Breakfast Tablecloth. With this retro-inspired tablecloth, the benefits are twofold, literally! Each side includes a bold and unique pattern, so you get two tablecloths for the price of one.
Via Sew 4 Home
Patriotic Summer Ruffles
The Patriotic Summer Ruffles Set Dish Towel Sewing Pattern has a quaint, delicately sewn bistro set that will delight any 4th of July guest. With all those ruffles and the cute little scene sewn onto this DIY dish towel, you will not be able to resist displaying it!
Via Flamingo Toes
Perfect for taking your favorite hot dishes to parties and gatherings. With insulated sides, snaps, and a zipper, your casserole dish will stay warm, safe, and secure until you reach your final destination.
Via Life Sew Savory
Patriotic Table Runner
This is a very easy sewing project you can complete in about an hour.
Chevron Table Cloth
This sewing project can have multiple uses but the two that might be best are either a table cloth or a quilt top for a picnic blanket. As a table cloth you could use it as is, or buy a lined table cloth and sew this one on top of it. As for the quilt top you’d just need to add a back and batting.
Via The CSI Project
These will add the perfect amount of color to your table set-up!
There aren’t many designs as versatile as a disappearing nine-patch, but with just a bit of careful fabric placement this one begs for applique.
Via Klee 2 Strings
Fourth of July Musical Dish Towel
Do you love America so much you want to sing about it? Now you can take your patriotic spirit to every room in your house with this Fourth of July Musical Dish Towel Embroidery Pattern! Embroider your towel with the sheet music of your favorite American tunes, from “America the Beautiful” to the “Star Spangled Banner.”
Via Wild Olive
Red White and Blue Bandana Quilt
This Red White and Blue Bandana Quilt is so easy to sew. This Bandana quilt pattern is double-sided, has no binding and makes the perfect quilt for summer picnics and patriotic holidays.
Quilted Patriotic Coasters
These Quilted Patriotic DIY Coasters make a fabulous hostess gift for all of the summer cookouts you’re headed to this summer. Or make a set to go with all of your red, white, and blue decor.
Stars & Stripes Placemat
The most patriotic placemats you would ever find! Or, one of, any way!
Via Clever Little Mouse
Doily Table Runner
Here’s an easy 4th of July craft you can totally flaunt during the celebrations.
Via Cutesy Crafts
How did you light up your 4th of July? We know there are a lot of things to sew for 4th of July out there. We’re glad you chose ours. Because we also know that there’s no better projects than the ones we rounded up for you.
We’re sure you took some pictures, and we’d love to see them. Every time you sew something awesome, we want to know what it looked like.