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17 Easy Things to Sew to Spice Up Your Kitchen

Are you new to sewing and looking to add a little somethin' somethin' to spruce up your kitchen decor? These cute kitchen sewing projects are perfect for beginner sewers. They're also an inexpensive way to add a splash of color to your kitchen.

Grab some fun, sunny fabric and liven up your kitchen. Now you'll have no excuses for not having both a cute and functional kitchen!

Check out our 17 easy things to sew and spice up your kitchen below.

Convenient Casserole Carrier

Made from an on-trend fabric and a few sewing steps, including a feature that attaches serving spoons to the top, this carrier will turn heads as soon as you walk through the door.

Via The Renegade Seamstress

Fabric Feathers Dishtowel

These pretty DIY fabric feathers dishtowels are super easy to make up, and perfect kitchen decor for spring or summer.

Via Flamingo Toes

Insulated Lunch Bag and Snack Bag

Ditch those boring excuses for containers and bring some cheer to your noon-time meal with a colorful, insulated lunch bag that you made yourself. Fill it with equally adorable snack bags and you'll be the talk of the break room.

Via eHow

KitchenAid Mixer Bowl Cover

With only a fat quarter and some super cute fabric, you can quickly whip up these mixer bowl covers with this easy sewing pattern and tutorial.

Via Laura’s Crafty Life

Super Simple Dishtowels

This dishtowel sewing pattern is the easy and quick to make and it’s also a truly great gift! No mitered corners, no tricky stitches, just some beautiful fabric and a few straight seams!

Via Purl Soho

Hostess Apron

With some basic sewing skills and some fabulous fabric, it really isn't terribly difficult to make one for yourself. You'll be sure to look like the hostess with the mostest in no time.

Via Style Me Pretty

Pom Pom Napkins

These easy to sew pom pom napkins are the perfect addition to help liven up any dinner table.

Via The Proper Blog

Large Hot Pad

Here are the instructions for sewing your own large hot pad. It is perfect for protecting your dining table or counters from a hot casserole dish.

Via Auntie Em’s Craft

Reversible Table Runner

Put the finishing touch on your dining room table with this super cute and easy to sew table runner.

Via School of Decorating

Easy DIY Tea Towels

These are perfect for a beginner, or someone who just wants to get comfortable with their sewing machine.  These towels can be customized for any space or theme that you want in your kitchen. They are also perfect for a housewarming or thank you gift.

Via Mama In a Stitch

French Inspired Hot Pads

You’ll feel as though Paris were right in your kitchen with these French-inspired hot pads.

Via Tidbits

Simple Fabric Heart Coasters Tutorial

These would make a perfect gift for your mom, sister, or a friend on Valentine’s Day. They’d also be a great hostess gift anytime of the year!

Via Thirty Handmade Days

Square Hot Pads

These square hot pads come together pretty fast and are one of those “quick and satisfying” types of sewing projects.

Via Make It Love It

Soup Bowl Cozy Pattern

Protect hands and furniture from hot soup, chili, and oatmeal with a soup bowl cozy that’s as cute as it is functional! They’re fast and easy to sew, which makes them ideal handmade gifts!

Via Happy Hours Stitches

Quick Food Covers

This is perfect for the times through the year when the flies and wasps are a bit of a nuisance.

Via The Farm Chicks

Quilted Bread Basket Chicken

Here’s a great decorating piece. We love how you can lift up each wing up and pull a dinner roll from inside the basket. And it’s really easy to make even though it may look a little hard.

Via Haberdashery Fun

Easy Oven Mitts

These easy oven mitts only take about 1/2 an hour to make. You can also easily fancy them up with patchwork and more elaborate quilting and let it take you a whole hour if you would like!

Via Ginger Cake

Which one of these fun sewing projects are you going to start first?

Now you'll have no excuses for not having both a cute and functional kitchen! Check out our list of 17 easy things to sew and spice up your kitchen with.

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