Weekend Warriors: 6 Quick Kitchen Sewing Projects

Weekend Warriors

Sewing for the kitchen is fun and rewarding, because the projects finish up quickly, and you’ll get to look at them every day! From aprons and pot holders to pretty cloth napkins, here are some of your best bets for a quick weekend sewing project for the kitchen.

Check out these 6 sewing and quilting projects for the kitchen!

Apron and Chef's Hat tutorial

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Sunny Apron and Chef’s Hat tutorial¬†

Do you have a little chef in the house? For kids who want to help in the kitchen, why not whip up this cute chef’s hat and apron combo? The apron has two large pockets across the bottom, and the hat is a fun accessory that will make any young cook feel like a pro.

Get the Sunny Apron and Chef’s Hat tutorial here.

Quilted Pot Holder

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Quilted Pot Holder

It’s time to toss those worn out pot holders and replace them with something more pretty! This extra-large pot holder comes with a pocket for easy grabbing, and the handy hanging loop will help you keep it at arm’s reach. Add your favorite quilting pattern to the panels for a personalized project that also makes a great gift.

Get the FREE Quilted Pot Holder tutorial here.


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Kitchen Corner

Does your kitchen suffer from U.C.S. (ugly counter syndrome)? Use this pattern to whip up a cute quilted mat for the corner of your counter! This pretty kitchen accessory makes a great resting spot for your toaster or sugar and cream, and it’s sure to brighten up your cooking space. Since it only takes about two hours from start to finish, this is a no-brainer project to quilt this weekend.

Patchwork Napkins PDF pattern

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Patchwork Napkins

Are you ansty to throw a fancy dinner party? Take your love of patchwork and put it to use with these pretty cloth napkins. With fabric scraps plus some linen and bright quilting cotton, these napkins go together surprisingly fast! Choose from four different patchwork accents in two sizes (18″ formal or 14″ everyday).

Anna's Terry Cloth Kitchen Towel Apron

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Anna’s Terry Cloth Kitchen Towel Apron

This apron has a secret. Inside the layers you’ll find a kitchen towel! Never go looking for a kitchen towel again, because you’ll always have one at your fingertips with this fun apron. Cooking has never been this fun (or sneaky).

Mixer Mate Kitchen Mixer Cover Pattern

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Mixer Mate Kitchen Mixer Cover

We know you love your stand mixer. But do you really want it to be subject to dust bunnies, crumbs and water sprays from the kitchen sink? Give your beloved kitchen mixer a cozy home with this custom mixer cover! Whipped up in prints to match your kitchen, this cover will become one of your favorite kitchen sewing projects.

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Weekend Sewing: 6 Kitchen Projects
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3 Responses to “Weekend Warriors: 6 Quick Kitchen Sewing Projects”
  1. Sandra Hale
    Sandra Hale

    Is there a downloadable pattern for the mixer cover? I see your response below. What is this if there are no patterns? Not sure why this is even on here or how we can “check out” the projects? I thought craftsy taught you sewing projects. I am interested in sewing for the kitchen. Where can I find these instructions on the site?

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