Wednesday we introduced you to the ladies who will be creating things from geometric fabric for week of of Challenge Create: Fabric Swap Edition. So today we thought we’d post a round up of 20 things to sew with geometric fabric to inspire an for those of you thinking of sewing along. And for those of us who are so anxious to see what these ladies sew up!
Rachel from Imagine Gnats has this triple whammy! A geometric quilt using geometric fabric quilted in a geometric pattern! Cooooool!
Shannon, over at Very Shannon, made this reversible box tote from 2 different geometric fabrics. I think I have just the two fabrics that would be perfect for this tote, and yes, they are geometric!
Disco Dot Sundress
Our blogging friend, Heidi from Elegance and Elephants has this super cute Disco Dot Sundress with a free pattern and tutorial!
Elizabeth over at Charming Doodle has an easy reversible bib tutorial. You could make your geometric on both sides too!
Baby Play Mat and Zipper Pouch
Speaking of babies, The Jedi Craft Girl, or Amanda if you prefer, has a baby mat and matching zipper pouch tutorial in 8 different geometric fabrics!
Polka Dot and Leather Clutch
Melissa over at Polka Dot Chair has this adorbs clutch made with leather and the ever popular geometric fabric: polka dots!
ELM Raincoat Poncho
Tone, over at Bless by Tone, used a cute geometric laminated fabric to create this super cute rain poncho!
Sewing Macine Mat
To keep your sewing machine from bouncing all around and your most often used notions at hand, Paula from The Sassy Quilter has this tutorial using 3 geometric fabrics! New sewing project just added to our list!
Speaking of sewing room projects, Erin from Sew Bon has this little Tidy Tote. We’d never seen one before this blog post of hers, but now we’re pretty sure we need one! And the geometric fabrics are just a bonus.
Quiet Book Knock Knock Pages
Sachiko from Tea Rose Home shared this cute little tutorial for a quite book page over at Riley Blake Designs. Look at all those geometric fabrics! We sort of have this thing for quiet books. We’ll have to share our obsession some day!
Terra, from Mama Said Sew, has a tutorial for this sweet little geometric ruffled sundress.
Geometric Embroidered Geometric Skirts!
Over at Simple Simon and Co. (yes, we go there often for inspiration! But don’t you see why?) those amazing Elizabeths took three geometric skirts (we love your skirts!) and used the dots to embroider geometric patterns on the skirts! Sigh….
Polka, polka, polka dot Quilt!
We found this quilt over at SewSara and had to include it because Sara used 51 different geometric fabrics! Incredible!
Geometric Mouse Pad
We think Bambs did a great job making so many different geometric mouse pads with geometric fabric! You can see more of them in her Etsy Shop.
Two Geometric Skirts
Over at A Small Snippet Leana has a tutorial for a maxi and a knee length skirts made from geometric fabric, of course! With pockets. And an elastic waist! Sewing machine…here I come!
Curved Sunglass Case
Nicole shared this tutorial for a geometric case for your sunnies over at The Sewing Rabbit. This would keep them from getting scratched, right?
Anna from NoodleHead made these Super Totes, and each one uses several different kinds go geometric fabric! Not to mention they look like expensive designer bags!
Kelli made this geometric backpack over at True Bias. Every kid needs one, don’t you think?
Jen and Autie, over at iCandy Handmade have been really busy making geometric skirts. Jen made two using her everyday skirt pattern.
Exposed Elastic Skirt
And Autie made this exposed elastic skirt over at iCandy Handmade also. Very geometric and comfy too!
We hope you are inspired to break out that geometric fabric and sew along with our contestants on Challenge Create: Fabric Swap Edition’s Geometric Week. Will you use the tutorial from one of these 20 things to sew with geometric fabric, or come up with some other great project? Whatever you do…
Make it beautiful,