From yo-yos to large wall hangings using cotton or wool, here are tips and projects for your next road trip.
You’ll want to learn how to secure your thread when you’re hand stitching.
Go to Knots to Know .
This glossary of stitches is helpful for general use and adding embellishments.
Yo-yos are the perfect portable project. You can use them as embellishments or join many yo-yos together to make pillows or quilts.
Go to Making Yo-Yos .
Wool is one of the most portable fibers, especially because you don’t need to use an iron. Here are some instructions for making your own felted wool and tips for using wool.
A sewing caddy is a great project on the road, for the road. When you’re finished, use it to store your needle, scissors, and thread.
Go to Sewing Caddy .
Large appliqué foundations are the highlight in this wall hanging.
Go to Weather Vane .
Make one for yourself and a few for friends. Your quilting friends are going to want one of these cute hats.
Go to Spring Hats Pincushion .
Hand embroidery and wool make this the perfect project for on the go. Add a splash of color with colored glass beads.
Go to Wool Heart .
Gather your scraps and make a bunch of these tiny pincushions. They’re ideal for tying onto a sewing basket.
Go to Tie-On Pincushion .