Pincushions and scrap catchers.
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Luggage tags; small over the shoulder zipper bags, mouse pads, ruler holders (i made one to hang from a hanger in my closet); paperback book covers, tissue holders, coupon holders, coin holders, makeup bags, passport wallets. Gee, I can think of lots, which I had the time to make!!!!
Sewing machine covers! I would buy a pretty one.
why not have everyone go through their sewing rooms and donate the things they are not using then have a "Country Store" with garage sale prices. We did this and made over $1,000. Not all items need to be sewing related just in good condition. You could call it Treasure Island, Country Store, etc. The key is no dirty or junky items and low prices. Gently used is good but worn out is not.
pillow covers...just make the cover they can get the form but show one all done with a form. little girl bags made with two blocks.
I was cleaning out my garage last week and came across this baby bib. I went and bought a bunch of washclothes at BIG LOTS! for cheap to make these. I am going to make these for a charity, but I bet they would be great sellers at craft sales and easy to make.
The closure is sticky velcro dots.
Bibs for adults.
You can call them spaghetti catchers or something clever.
Aprons are always nice.