From juice pouches to bike tires to shower curtains ... here are some materials you might not have thought about running a stitch through!
Need the perfect little black bag? Well, look no further than an inner tube from a bicycle tire to create a darling wristlet from Re-Velo
Give juice pouches a new life as a lunch bag. House of Hepworths
shows you how to make both tote bags and lunch bags that the kids are sure to love.
Keep the darling baby organized with these custom-sewn, fabric-covered cardboard drawer liners from Danya Banya.
Give a shower curtain new life by turning it into a tote bag. A clear bag carries everything you need for anywhere you want to go, from the beach to the baseball field. Learn how to make one in this easy-to-follow tutorial from the How to Sew a Bag blog
combined lots of different materials — paper, ribbon, fabric — into one fantastic piece of wall art.
There's even more things a sewing machine can do that you never realized. CraftFoxes seller Jordan Dené explains cool things you can do like make tea bags and turn a FedEx packet into a purse!