19 Easy Things To Sew For Your Car
There are a lot of cool things you can make when you have sewing skills. For those, however, who are just starting to learn you might want to work on easy things to sew first – just to get you going and provide good practice.
These 19 easy things to sew for your car is a great start! Cars need lots of useful accessories that… surprise, surprise… you don’t have to buy. Some can even be made with your scrap fabrics which makes it even more economical.
Car Seat Swaddle Blanket
This blanket has holes for car seat straps, so baby can’t kick it onto the ground. Allows you to swaddle your newborn comfortably while on the go!
Via Made By Marzipan
Comfy Car Seat Shoulder Straps
Car seat straps keep your baby safe, but they might not keep your baby comfortable.
Reversible Car Sunshade
If you or your kids are looking for a little relief from the sun while driving around then you will love this tutorial!
Via Craft Snob
Infant Car Seat Cover
This Infant Car Seat Cover is the perfect way to allow your little one to get a good nap in the car.
Via Vanilla Joy
Handmade Air Freshener
Here is the perfect alternative to the everyday air freshener that uses all natural dried lavender. If you are lucky enough to not have to travel by car on the daily, this project would also put a woodland spin on a drawer sachet.
Via Design Sponge
Dino-Riffic Car Seat Canopy
A homemade car seat canopy is exactly what you need to give your baby a cozy place to sleep no matter where you go.
Visor CD Holder
This handy CD holder has an elastic band that allows it to attach to the back of a visor.
Seatback Refreshment Station
This caddy has a strap that goes over the front seat headrest so that it hangs on the back of the seat.
Via Diana Rambles
Steering Wheel Cover
My first thought was to drive with oven mitts on, but a steering wheel cover seemed like a better idea.
Visor Wipes Holder
Keep wet wipes within reach when traveling, with this Visor Wipes Holder.
Via Made By Marzipan
Tissue Box Holder
Making a tissue box holder for your car out of fairly inexpensive materials.
Via Blog Rimbun
Behind The Seat Car Organizer
Here is some car behind the seat organizers that will help you clear the clutter and tame the turmoil of your car!
Via The Kim Six Fix
This is a better solution for watching content in the iPad on the back seat of the car than the iPad beanbag which turned out to be unfit for a moving car.
Via My Patch Work
It’s made from fleece, which is perfect to personalize for kids and completely machine washable – you can use up the small scraps from this project and make a fun car activity for kids too!
Via So Sew Easy
Car Trash Bag
My van has a little hook on the passenger side of the console and was perfect for hanging something… so, I thought of some sort of a trash bag. But, it had to be cute!
Via Handmade Frenzy
Fabric Window Shade
Whether you’re sweating it out in 80-degree or 100-degree weather, here’s a little sewing project to help keep your little ones cool.
Via Me Sew Crazy
7 in 1 Baby Car Seat Canopy
Not only is this a car seat cover pattern, it’s also a nursing cover pattern, a highchair cover pattern, a shopping cart cover pattern, a changing mat and an infinity scarf pattern.
Via Sweet Red Poppy
Car Diddy Bag
Keep everything you need handy – and organized – in the car with this sweet little bag!
Via Sew Can She
Car Seat Strap Covers
These D.I.Y. car seat strap covers are the perfect baby shower gift and so super simple!
Via How Does She
These thing to sew for your car are easy, I’m sure even a beginner at sewing can make any of these! What have you sewed for your car? We’d love to see – share them in our comments section!
For more easy sewing ideas, check these cool pattern books! Sewing School: 21 Sewing Projects Kids Will Love to Make, Sew Everything Workshop: The Complete Step-by-Step Beginner’s Guide with 25 Fabulous Original Designs, Including 10 Patterns, Sew What! Skirts: 16 Simple Styles You Can Make with Fabulous Fabrics