I have a confession to make: I received a sewing machine as a wedding gift and have yet to touch it. It’s not that I’ve never used one (though my expertise extends only to the most basic of pillow covers), I just don’t feel that I have the time to tackle another big project right now. In that spirit, I’ve scoured the web for a few sewing projects that even the most novice seamstress (or seamster) can try, and maybe I’ll even give one a shot myself this weekend.

1. How To Make “Fold, Stitch & Stuff” Floor Cushions, from Apartment Therapy

2. Adjustable Unisex Apron, from The Purl Bee

3. DIY Bed Pillow Cases, from Make It & Love It

4. Reversible Fabric Storage Bin, from Haberdashery Fun

5. Drawstring Laundry Bag, from Ehow

6. Simple Felt iPad Cover, from Mollie Makes

7. DIY Bento Tote, from Pretty Prudent

8. Ironing Board Cover, from The 36th Avenue

9. Super Simple Dishtowels, from The Purl Bee

10. Oven Mitt and Hot Pad DIY, from A Beautiful Mess

11. Hammock Chair DIY, from A Beautiful Mess

12. DIY Poufs, from Style Me Pretty

13. Reversible Table Runner, from Tea and Lime

14. DIY Back Tab Curtains, from Lia Griffith

15. Button Lunch Bags, from The Purl Bee