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DIY Handmade School Projects


Hailey's school science project that she made, a sewn cell made into a pillow.

For Hailey's science project she made a giant "Cell" pillow, showing all the parts of a cell. Below she even had what was inside the cell. A+ work!

Here is the science "Cell" project that Haley sewed. This is the center of the cell on the pillow she sewed.



A 5th grade science project - a fashion planet discovered by Vera Wang.

You have to love this one! Sarah for a 5th grade science project had to make a planet. This is a fashion planet, discovered by Vera Wang. Make sure you read about her fashion planet below.

A science project was created with a fashion planet discovered by Vera Wang.


Morgan sewed the number 100 for her school project where students had to bring in something to represent the 100th day of school.

Seven year old Morgan presented her class with her "100" day pillow for her school project. She had to make something representing the hundredth day of school!


Anna makes a special apple pillow for her school teacher to show her how special she is.

Anna wanted to make something special for her teacher before she went out on maternity leave, so she made this adorable large apple pillow from felt fabric. She appliquéd the # 1 on it from yellow ribbon to show her teacher how special she is to Anna!


Nicole makes a red and black tu-tu and a Tell-Tale sash to wear at her Edgar Allan Poe poetry reading school project.

Nicole had to do a project in reading on Edgar Allan Poe and got extra credit if she dressed up. She made a black and red tu-tu, and a "Tell-Tale" sash for her poetry reading!


Here is Julia's BookWorm Monster! She is 9  years old and loves to make little monster crafts. She even made matching monsters for all her models to hold while walking down the runway in her first fashion show!

The little bookworm monster she made for her reading teacher to keep on her desk. He is holding a book titled "Read 2 Dream", which is the name of a program her teaching is holding for the children.


Jacquelyn sews her cell project for school on a t-shirt.

Jacquelyn had a cell project due too.  She made all the parts of cell, stuffed them, and then attached them to her t-shirt. Below, on the back of her tee she labeled the parts.  Another A+ job!

Here is the back of Jacquelyn's cell project for science class that she sewed onto a shirt.


Jessica in her Jane Austin dress that she sewed for an English Honor Society affair.

Jessica had to represent an author for the English Honor Society club while attending college in New York. She made this dress to represent the author, Jane Austin. They were so impressed with her work, she was chosen to be on a poster at her college, a copy is displayed in our Love To Sew Sewing Studio.

 Here is the back of Jessica's Jane Austin gown she sewed for an English Honor Society affair.


Here is a science project that a student sewed, it is a pistil part of a flower.

5th grader Nicole had to make the pistil part of a flower. So she created this craft from fabric showing the stigma, style, ovary, and seeds, which are all parts of the pistil.

Do you know that show, "Are you smarter than a 5th grader?" Well, in this case Nicole would have won because I had no idea what she was talking about when she showed me her science work to make this project!


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