Tuesday, August 13, 2013

DIY // Mason Jar Sewing Kit

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Hello Lovelies! I needed a sewing kit to bring to school with me, and was super inspired by the Anthropologie Mason Jar Sewing Kit which was unfortunately over-priced (at like 40 dollars) and out of stock. But I loved the fact that it was in a mason jar, because as you certainly know by now, I LOVE mason jars. And I loved the fact that the lid was a pin cushion. So I decided to DIY! The best part is that you can completely customize it using whatever fabric you please, and you can fill it with whatever your sewing essentials are. It came out sew-lovely, I've decided to share with you how to make your own Anthro-inspired DIY Mason Jar Sewing Kit;

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Supplies;
Mason Jar (make sure it is a canning jar with a two piece lid)
Cotton Balls (or cotton batting if you have it!)
Hot Glue Gun
Fabric (I used the bag that my pillow cases came in)
Sewing supplies to go inside. 
(I used; a giant safety pin to hold all of my little safety pins, 
mini jam jars from Paris to hold my needles and pins, a measuring tape, 
mini spools of thread, mini scissors, and a needle threader.)

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How To;
-Cut a circle of fabric about an inch and a half larger than the lid.
-Tug and blend your cotton balls to make a wad.
-Place the cotton wad on the fabric and the lid bottom side up on top of the cotton wad.
-Using the hot glue gun, glue the fabric to the inside of the lid.
-I sort of pleated the fabric as I went, it doesn't need to be perfect.
-Pop the pin cushion lid through the band.
-Fill your jar with all of your supplies, and screw on the lid.
-Add a label if you please, and then you are done!
-Hope you love your new mason jar sewing kit as much as I do!

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xo, Stay Infinite

27 comments:

  1. How cute! That was such a creative idea to sew on a pin cushion at the top of the jar!

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  2. What a great idea... Just pinned this! I'm always trying to hold on to hotel-size sewing kits but I think it's time I had a bigger one.

    Love your blog!

    XO,
    Catherine
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  3. Awesome post, love this idea! Fab blog - you have a new stalker!

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  4. ooo, that's so creative of u to make your own sewing kit!

    Fang Ting
    ftashion

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  5. This is soooo sooooo cute and easy to make~love it! You are so creative, doll!!!!

    xx

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    Lauren at adorn la femme

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  6. Free People did a similar DIY of this last year, and I loved it then...I too am obsessed with mason jars, and love anything that incorporates them...now I just need to take a trip to Paris to get my hands on a few of those jelly jars! I don't do much sewing, but this would be a great way for me to carry around my jewelry making essentials in a anthro-inspired way :)

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  7. This is such a cute idea! Love this post.
    xoxo

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  8. That's so pretty and really creative! Would look so good as a home accessory too!

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  9. great idea! ^^

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  10. Aww this is so adorable! Even perfect for a gift! I love it!

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  11. This is so clever, I am so doing this as soon as I get home!

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  12. Genius! Thanks so much for sharing this. Even the photographs are great still life compositions, glad I stumbled across your blog.

    x The Pretty Secrets

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  13. AW this is JUST adorable. Goodness.

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  14. Woah, this is so cool!! Now I wish I knew how to sew, haha!

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  15. Such a great idea! Would make such a cute gift.

    xo honestly, b.

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  16. excellent diy. your blog banner's great! :-)

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  17. This is such a cute diy!

    xx
    Mindy

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  18. Hi Juliette,

    What a cute project! I love it so much that I decided to feature it in our roundup of gifts in a jar! Check it out here: http://www.favecraftsblog.com/christmas-gifts-in-a-jar/

    Have a great day!

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  19. Hi Juliette

    What an awesome project I just love, love, love it cant wait to make one. Keep up the good work

    From Juliette (snap its nice to find another one spelt the same)

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  20. Loved what you did with the mason jar making it into a sewing kit you could also add other small sewing gadgets.

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  21. Very cute and practical idea! I'm going to try using steel wool for the pin cushion so straight pins stay sharp.

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