With summer coming to a close and the popular traveling holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas now on the horizon, we thought it would be timely to compile of list of travel sewing projects that will make your upcoming journeys a bit more enjoyable.
I did a lot of traveling this summer and how I wished I had had many of these helpful items with me at the time. When I got back, I put this list of travel sewing projects together thinking of all the things I wish I had had during our trip.
Travel is the time when you need lot of bags and pouches for storing and organising those itsy bitsy items. For long distance travel, you might even need few items to make your journey as comfortable as possible.
The good news is that you need not have to buy all the items if you have the time and patience to try few sewing projects. If you are well planned and organized, then you can undertake these 10 sewing projects well ahead of time and be ready for your next adventure!
This is an ideal project for beginners. If you are traveling across continents and would like to catch up on some sleep, this mask would be the right option. A very simple project, all you need is a piece of fabric, elastic, and sewing supplies.
One of my greatest worries while traveling overseas is the safety of my passport and other travel documents. Even though I make sure that it is kept safely inside my tote bag, there are times, especially when I travel alone with my kids, when I feel the need to have storage just for my travel documents.
Yet another essential while traveling, this jewelry travel case is just right for storing all your accessories like earrings, rings, bracelets, and other small items. The small zipper pocket provided at the end of the case provides an additional storage option.
This is ideal for storing cosmetics while traveling. Since the zipper bag is transparent, it is easy to locate items stored inside. Also helpful when going through airport security.
If you undertake road trips regularly like me, then the seat belt neck pillow might come in handy. This pillow takes away the strain of the seat belt and is ideal for both kids and adults. You can even attach a small pocket to the pillow for your mobile phone.
If you’re traveling with small children, goodness knows you need to keep them busy. Sometimes restaurants and airlines provide crayons and coloring books to help keep their little guest busy, but sometimes they don’t. If you want to rest up and enjoy a peaceful meal when it’s time to stop driving or a flight, you need to be prepared with your own crayons. Here’s a great way to take a set of crayons along with you on the trip.
For all those moms traveling with their tiny tots, the changing mat is a must-have accessory. Here the mat is designed in two patterns – satchel style with handle and clutch style. Both the patterns are travel friendly and will add to your comfort.
When you travel, you often take those little bottles of shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, etc. How to keep it all organized so you can find everything? How do you pack it up quickly and easily making sure everything stays neat and tidy? Well, here’s your answer with a mesh shower caddy that can not only hold all those small packages, but it can go right in the shower with you. It dry quickly so you can pack it and keeps everything visible and organized.
If you are a sewing fanatic like me who would like to sew even on the top of the alps, then you would definitely require a sewing caddy for organizing all those itsy bitsy sewing supplies. Irene provides us with a very interesting pattern for a travel sewing caddy.
Keep your valuables safe and sound with this attractive and functional purse design. The bag features internal zippered pockets and a top zipper that closes completely to prevent pickpocketing of your valuables. The project has a full tutorial and video sew-along.
I hope these travel sewing projects make your packing and travel a more comfortable experience. Bon voyage!
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