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It’s not a Sewing Party without some sewing! This simple project yields a fun, fashionable bracelet and teaches guests one of the most basic and useful sewing skills — sewing on a button. First, use this free printable worksheet to help party guests understand the steps for sewing on a button. Then they’re ready to make their bracelets.

Simple Sewing Project for Kids OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty

Simple Sewing Project for Kids OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty

Simple Sewing Project for Kids OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty

Directions: Cut three, 1×14-inch strips from knit fabric. Stack the three strips together and sew a button on through all three layers. Tape the button end down and braid strips together. Tie a knot at the end to hold the braid. Check to make sure the bracelet is the correct length for the wearer’s wrist. Then stitch up and down through all three layers, five or six times to hold the braid securely, and tie off the thread. Trim the excess length of knit braid beyond your stitched end. Fasten bracelet by looping button through the braid.

Photography, design + styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





Using pre-cut cardboard circles intended for holding cakes, giant button party decor can be ready in just minutes. Trace two or four quarters to create button holes in the center of the cake boards. Cut out with a craft knife and loop colored yarn for thread. Ta da! Your own Sewing Party decorations.

DIY Giant Buttons from Cardboard #sewingparty #tutorial #buttons

DIY Giant Buttons from Cardboard #sewingparty #tutorial #buttons

DIY Giant Buttons from Cardboard #sewingparty #tutorial #buttons

Photography, design + styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





All you need to create three fun, sewing party games are a bucket, spools of thread, buttons and embroidery hoops.

Sewing Party Games Ideas OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty

1. SPOOLS EYE. Have one guest hold the bucket and another try to toss the spools inside. | 2. BUTTON, BUTTON. This classic party game has several variations. Read the instructions and choose a favorite. | 3. EMBROIDERY HOOP RING TOSS. Place 3-5 spools of thread a foot or two apart on the ground. Have guests stand behind an appointed line and toss the embroidery hoop around the spools.

Photography, design + styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





These easy sewing-inspired treats are the perfect thing to offer guests at your party. Follow this tutorial to make the darling wooden spool sign holders, and download the free printable labels template.

Easy Button Cookies OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty.com

Easy Button Cookies OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty.com

Sewing Party Cookies OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty.com

Sewing Party Cookies OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty.com

The classic wafer cookies are reminiscent of plastic needlepoint canvas and use the tutorial below for a shortcut to simple button cookies.

Button Cookie Tutorial OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty

Easy Button Cookies OneCharmingParty.com #sewingparty.com

Directions: Slice a store-bought log of sugar cookie dough into quarter-inch rounds. Place on parchment-lined cookie sheet, and bake according to package instructions. Remove from oven and let set for two minutes. Using an over-sized straw, cut two or four holes in the center of the cooling cookies. Continue to cool and serve.

Photography, design + styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





Whether it be for a birthday or summer playdate, little girls will love getting together to learn how to sew. Download our free printable Sewing themed party invitations below. More to come every day this week!

Sewing Party Invitation #sewingparty

Sewing Party Invitation #sewingparty

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Photography, design + styling by Bettijo B. Hirschi and Aimée Lowry.





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