As a mum to two boys and in my previous career as a Textiles teacher I was often looking for projects that boys would be interested in sewing. If your boys are not old enough to get on the sewing machine yet why not have a look at these inspiring projects and make something unique for the boys in your life.
I know my youngest would love this toolbelt from Make it love it. He is a mad Bob the builder fan at the moment and everything in our house it seems currently needs mending. This would be the ideal accessory for him to carry his tools in.
I know my eldest would love these socks by oh so happy together, and they are so simple to do. Why not make a pair to go with every outfit?
While your at it why not make a dinosaur hoodie too? Coats and Clark sewing secrets will surely inspire you to make something Jurassic today.
Everyone needs a good cushion to snuggle up to and these monster cushions would go down well with any boy. Take a look at Southern Seven to find out how to make them.
Or how about a handy cushion for on the sofa. This pocket monster cushion from tip junkie will keep your remote safe.
Are they a purse are they a monster? Whatever they are, they sure are cute and look easy to make to. Why not make a whole monster gang like let me love you has.
I know how hard it can be to keep kids occupied on long journeys but southern seven might have the answer with this great soft tic tac toe game set.
Aren’t these the cutest bookends you have ever seen. The only problem is I don’t think they would keep the mountain of books in our house under control. Take a look at Homemakers to find out more.
If you don’t fancy giving the sewing machine a whirl but still want something unique for your boys room, why not check out ebabee. I just love the cloud cushions.
Finally, I couldn’t make a top ten projects to sew for boys without including a cross stitch pattern. This would look great on the back of a hoodie or on a cushion. A must for any comic book fan no matter what their age.