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6 Projects You Can sew with Yellow Fabrics

Hey fab, makers!

I hope you’re having wonderful summer so far! Here at the AGF HQ we’re diligently getting everything ready for the upcoming lookbook releases. But we all know it’s good to take a little break sometimes... so I took some time to show you some cool projects you can make with our color of the month, yellow.

Yellow color fun collage

Like you read, in the first yellow ColorFun post; we chose this color because it’s the color of hope, happiness, optimism and creativity. So why not get those creative juices flowing and make something cute? Here are 6 projects you can make with yellow fabrics.


1. Road Racer One Shoulder Bag by AGF Studio

Yellow bag

Whether you’re going on a quick bike ride or need a small bag on the go, this one shoulder bag made with Cleta fabrics can be taken anywhere. Click the title to download the pattern.

2.Strip Pieced Quilt

Yellow quilt

Yellow is a great color to incorporate into your quilts especially when combining it with darker tones. Add to your next quilting project to give it a pop of color. This “Blooming Brook Sol” print from Wonderful Things fabrics by Bonnie Christine is definitely eye catching!

3. Washi Blouse by Made by Rae

Yellow top

Wearing a yellow garment can definitely be a statement to your outfit. Shine bright this summer with this cute “Zocalo Lemon” print from Fiesta Fun fabrics by Dana Willard. Click the title for the link to the pattern.

4. Poolside Tote Bag by Noodlehead

Yellow tote

During the summer everyone needs a spacious totebag to take to the pool or beach. Why not make one with this fun “Soda Straws” prints from Boardwalk Delight fabrics by Dana Willard? Plus, the best thing about this print is that it comes in canvas fabric! Yay!

5. Heart Pillow

Yellow pillow

Sometime bright pillows are a quick way of updating a couch or your bed decor. Make few of these heart throw pillows with the “Love Dream” print from Letters Fabrics and have any room shining bright. ;)

6. Fabric Bin

Yellow bin

Last but not least, you can keep your sewing room organized and looking cute with a few fabric bins. It’s hard to pick a favorite from the Abloom Fusions collection but this “Fashion Scent Abloom” print is oh so stylish.


I hope you enjoyed checking out what you can sew with yellow fabrics! Let me know in the comments what project you liked the most. If you love the prints in this month’s ColorFun bundle, you can purchase it at Fat Quarter Shop. Stay tuned for the color of August coming soon!


Till next time,