Tutorial: Scrap fabric sewing machine wall art

Tutorial: Scrap fabric sewing machine wall art

Vicky from Mad for Fabric shows how you can turn your smallest fabric scraps into a cute piece of sewing machine wall art.  She uses Mod Podge to create a single piece of …

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Tutorial: Folded fabric globes

Tutorial: Folded fabric globes

Ama from Ohoh Blog shares a tutorial at DIY Ready showing how to make these folded fabric globes.  They’re made from scraps of fabric and inexpensive styrofoam balls.  Use the colors and patterns on your scraps …

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Tutorial: Scallop neck t-shirt

Tutorial: Scallop neck t-shirt

Melissa from Polka Dot Chair shows how you can applique a colorful scalloped border around the neck of a plain t-shirt.  You can use any color shirt with any color scraps, but the white she uses …

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Tutorial: Scrappy fabric headband

Tutorial: Scrappy fabric headband

Lindsay from Diary of a Crafty Lady shows how she made these scrappy fabric headbands for some fun 4th of July accessories.  She keeps the  edges raw so they get a pretty little fringe from the …

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Tutorial: Loopy fabric flower brooch

Tutorial: Loopy fabric flower brooch

Maya from Little Treasures shows how to make a loopy fabric flower brooch.  You can make the loopy fabric flowers from any type of fabric and the sewing is super simple, requiring only a straight …

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Fab Floral completeKeeley from Hope & Gloria shows how you can make these happy fabric flowers.  You can pull out your fabric scraps to make these folded fabric flowers.  The folded petal shapes give them dimension.  You can use them for brooches …

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Tutorial: Sweet Vintage Scrappy Patchwork Tote

Tutorial: Sweet Vintage Scrappy Patchwork Tote

Ashlee from My So Called Vintage Life pieced together scraps of vintage fabrics to make this lovely tote bag.  The pieces she used are just 2″ squares, so you can use your smaller fabric …

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Tutorial: Turn your fabric scraps into cute cards for your sewing friends

Tutorial: Turn your fabric scraps into cute cards for your sewing friends

How perfect would this greeting card be for  your favorite sewy friend?  Minki Kim from Minki’s Work Table made it from fabric scraps, and she shares a tutorial …

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Tutorial: Scrapbusting mason jar wrapsThese mason jar wraps are both cute and practical, AND they’re also a scrapbusting project!  Sew4Home shows how to make them.  The fabric wraps are embellished with strips of scrap fabric.  They have Velcro at the ends for easy on, …

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Tutorial: Easy fabric scrap braceletAnna from Plan B shows how you can use your fabric scraps to make cool new jewelry.  Her tutorial shows how to make this pretty fabric bracelet out of a scrap of fabric.  Bits of vintage scarves would also be …

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Tutorial: Chunky braided fabric necklaceAshlee from My So Called Crafty Life shows how you can make this chunky braided fabric necklace.  The braided fabric makes a lovely focal point!  It’s a good project to use up scraps of fabric or, because you’ll only be seeing splashes of colors …

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Tutorial: Scrap fabric bead braceletThe beads on this bracelet are made of rolled up fabric scraps.  Stephanie from The Crafty Kitty shares a tutorial at Henry Happened showing how to make them.  The raw edge fabric beads make a cool, boho style bracelet.  It’s …

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Tutorial: Quilted scissors caseDawn Cornell shares a tutorial at Moda Bake Shop showing how to make this quilted scissors case.  The quilted layers create a thick pouch that will cover the sharp point of your scissors.  You can make it from two 5″ …

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Scrap-Ribbon-and-Fabric-Dog-LeashBecky from Patchwork Posse shares a tutorial at The Ribbon Retreat showing how to make a pretty dog leash out of scraps of fabric and ribbon.  The scraps will get pieced together, so you can use even your shorter ribbon scraps and …

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Tutorial: Twirly skirt for an 18" dollStephanie from The TipToe Fairy shows how you can make a pretty twirly skirt for an American Girl or other 18″ doll.   You can probably find the pieces you need for this in your scrap bin, especially if you have …

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