12 Ways to Use Up Fabric Scrapscraftyamy
In my recent move across the country, I ditched a bunch of fabric scraps – well, now I’m regretting it. There are so many great projects to make with small pieces of fabric, and I’ve compiled some ideas so that you can see for yourself. Some of the projects use larger scraps (like these fabric bins), while others use smaller bits you’d barely think of salvaging. Think again! Several of these projects require basic sewing, but a few require none at all. Interested to see more? Click through the jump!
Bright Belt 1 of 11Once you've sewn together the scraps into long strips, you just need to apply interfacing and add the belt to finish.
Find the step-by-step at We All Sew
Sparkle Eggs 2 of 11Add sparkle and color to paper mache eggs by Mod Podging bits of fabric to your surface.
Learn how to do it yourself at Sew, Mama, Sew
Beaded Bracelet 3 of 11This bracelet looks so fun to make! Sew scraps together, roll them into balls and hot glue them to make a unique wearable.
Get the instructions at Simple Simon & Co
Matching Game 4 of 11Make a fun game of concentration with scrapbook paper and fabric (no sewing required).
Learn how to do it at Prudent Baby
Stuffed Owls 5 of 11These scrappy owls are easy to sew together with embroidery thread and floss.
Get the instructions at Little Dear Tracks
Cute Tutus 6 of 11You don't need sewing skills for these cute girls' tutus - just knot scrap fabric over a band of elastic.
Find the how-to at Johnny in a Dress
Designer Skirt 7 of 11This Anthropologie inspired skirt is easy to sew once you have the template.
Download it at Living with Punks
Mason Jars 8 of 11You don't need to do any sewing at all to turn fabric into drink markers - just tie around a glass or mason jar.
Visit the post at Desiree Dawn Events
Bias Tape 9 of 11Create the most interesting bias tape I've ever seen by sewing scrap fabric together and trimming.
Learn how it was done at Simple Simon & Co
Scrappy Coasters 10 of 11It's easier than you think to cut and sew fabric scraps into coasters - you'll just need basic sewing skills and a quilt ruler.
Find the step-by-step at Sew Fun
Polka Dot Garland 11 of 11This garland was made with scrap leather, but it can be made by straight sewing any type of fabric.
Learn how it was done at Between the Lines
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