8 Easy and Lazy Crafts You Can Make and Sell

Silas & Grace

For all of you guys who love sewing, there are some awesome ways to turn that hobby into a part-time (or even full-time) business. Sites like Etsy are always a great place to advertise your works and wares, but you don’t always have to make complex items just to make a prophet. Sometimes just filling a small niche for a certain set of people is the best way to meet a demand and make money.

Selling your crafted items is such an awesome side hustle that I thought I’d share some great sewing projects done by awesome bloggers so you could try your hand at it. So feel free to check out what I’ve found below and let me know what you think!

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10 Minute Laptop Sleeve


Found from Crazy Little Projects: See Source Below

Practically everyone has a laptop and they’re always looking for a way to stand out from the crowd. So if you make your own unique pattern, you’re giving buyers an actual option to be different.. In a cute way. Also, is really simple (seriously), so that’s a huge plus in my lazy book.

City Backpack Diaper Bag


Found from Craftster: See Source Below

Ok guys, HEAR ME OUT. This may seem like a strange thing to make and sell on Etsy, but after seeing my sister go through three pregnancies I realized how much of a legitimate niche this is. Like there are so many moms who will spend top dollar for well made and thought out diaper bags. Definitely something to think about.

Heart Backpack

2 pin

Found from Sew Much Ado: See Source Below

This has to be the cutest back to school gift I’ve ever seen! So many people (whether they want it for themselves or their child) would love something like this. It’s easy and a great niche to fill!

DIY Zipper Pouch


Found from Lil’ Luna: See Source Below

People love cute little purses that pop. It’s a great way to hold some extra change, a bit of cash when going out, some makeup, or even cards. You could probably make 10 of these in an hour or two.

Earbud Pouch


Found from Do Under my Desk: See Source Below

Everyone who has ever had earbuds understands the struggle of putting them in your pocket for one second and then taking them out to see that they’re tangled in 10 different ways. So why not create a cute little pouch so people don’t have to put up with that anymore.

Home and Away Cable Cozy

5 pin

Found from Live It. Love It. Make It.: See Source Below

Speaking of tangled cords, this cable cozy is a great way to organize your cords, keep them from getting entangled with one another, and an awesome way to pack them for on the go. Seriously smart right?

DIY Dinner Napkins

6 pin

Found from Craftsy: See Source Below

Whether you want to do a fun and cute pattern, or something that’s a bit more formal, this is an awesome and unique idea for an easy project to make and sell.

DIY Drawstring Travel Bag


Found from Sew DIY: See Source Below

People are always looking for cute and different ways to carry their belongings around with themselves. Whether they’re a mom or a college girl, this is a great and easy item to create.

If you’ve always loved to sew and the idea of selling your crafts online appeals to you, then this is a a great side hustle to think about. Why not make something that’s your passion into an actual job (or business). There’s no need to sink so much of your time and life into a job that isn’t going to get you anywhere in 10 years down the road. So why not do some research and go after what you really love?

Now if you have any awesome sewing project ideas yourself, let me know in the comments down below! I’d love ot hear about them!


Laptop Sleeve: Crazy Little Projects

City Backpack Diaper Bag: Craftster

Heart Backpack: Sew Much Ado

DIY Zipper Pouch: Lil’ Luna

Earbud Pouch: Do Under my Desk

Cable Cozy: Live It. Love It. Make It.

DIY Dinner Napkins: Craftsy

DIY Drawstring Travel Bag: Sew DIY

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Silas & Grace

Chasing Foxes was started in 2016 as a way for Grace and her husband, Silas, to start traveling. However, they started to realize that they had a passion for improving themselves, and wanted to help others level up their lives as well. So whether it's with cooking, travel, or staying healthy, they want to help you better your life bit by bit, as they do the same.

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