For those who can't sew or for those who just don't feel like it, these 15 no-sew decor projects are must-tries. From windows to floors and everything in between, there's something for every room in the house!
They may have started out as a temporary fix for a naked window, but these no-sew drop cloth curtains form Liz Marie Blog are keepers.
Ruffles seem to be everywhere these days, and thanks to this tutorial from Thrifty and Chic, they can be on our windows too.
Even though it sheds, I'm a sucker for burlap, which is why this woven burlap runner from Stonegable caught my eye.
Empress your guests with these super-easy, no-Sew Linen Napkins from On Sutton Place.
What was that I said about ruffles? Here's a very clever idea to make ruffle pillows using a table runner courtesy of Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom.
A no sew coil rope basket from Alice and Lois complete with leather handles? Umm....YEAH!
This DIY tassled bed skirt from Tatertots & Jello would brighten up any bedroom. Maybe even more clever is how they're kept in place...with masking tape!
Have a naked window on a steel door? Charming Zebra had one, which is now dressed in a charming no-sew shade.
This floor cloth isn't just any floor cloth; it's cushy. Great for entryways or kitchens, check out the instructions to make one or many at I am Momma Hear me Roar.
A no-sew rabbit rug from Me Sew Crazy would be a cute and cozy addition to any little --or not so little--kid's room.
LOVING this woven ribbon lampshade project from Midwest Living. Just think of all those blah lampshades at the thrift store that could be resurrected this way!
Okay, okay, so you gotta build it first, but there's no sewing for this sweet footstool when your done. Get all the details from Build Basic.
This is another one on my to-do list: No- Sew Chair back covers from In My Own Style. A space-transforming project to be sure!
Excuse the pencil drawing in our last project. I found it on the Dummies website, but it looked interesting enough to be included in our roundup. Basically, its a dining chair slip cover that is knotted/tied into place using a several yards of 45" fabric. Tell ya what, somebody out there give this a try, send me a picture of the results and post it!