25 Things to do With Fabric Scraps


Do you have a pile of fabric scraps sitting in your house somewhere and you aren’t quite sure what to do with it? I have a whole bin of them in all sizes. My post about 25 Things to Do with Fat Quarters was such a hit that I thought I would give you 25 Things to Do With Fabric Scraps. (Also check out 25 Things to Sew.)

These projects use scraps of different sizes-some big some small, but all involve ideas of cute, creative, easy and fun things to do with fabric scraps.

25 Things to do With Fabric Scraps:

25 Things to Do with Fabric Scraps from CrazyLittleProjects.com #fabric scraps

Fabric Flower accent pillow from Kiki Creates:

Fabric Scrap Flower Pillow

Use fabric scraps to make a huge pillow from Apartment Therapy:

Fabric Scrap Pillow

Camera Strap Slipcover by Brassy Apple for Moda:

Camera Strap

Fabric Scrap Key Chains by Craftiness is Not Optional:Fabric Scrap Key Chains

Fabric scrap pendant by Mod Podge Rocks:

Fabric Scrap Pendant

Fabric covered flip flops by Morena’s Corner:

Fabric Flip Flops

Fabric Scrap Bookmarks by The Crafty Mummy:

Fabric Scrap Bookmarks

Fun for kids-a fabric scrap letter by Cluck Cluck Sew:Fabric Scrap Letters for Kids

Wrap a picture frame in scraps by Fresh and Fun:

Fabric Scrap Frame

If you’ve got enough to coordinate, an easy baby blanket by Crazy Little Projects:

Easy Baby Blanket

Fabric Mouse Pad by How Joyful:

Fabric Scrap Mouse Pad

Fabric Scrap Bedding by Vintage Revivals:

Fabric Scrap Bedding

Fabric Scrap Flowers by Make it Love it:

Fabric Scrap Flowers

Baby headband by Crazy Little Projects:

Baby Headband

Fabric Scrap Memory Game for the kids by InchMark:

Fabric Scrap Memory

Embellished shirt by Crazy Little Projects:

Bling shirt

Firecracker Hair Bows (do them for any holiday or any day!) from Craft Quickies:

Hairbows

Fabric covered switch plates from Pink Chalk Studios:

Fabric Scrap Switch Plates

Fabric Scrap Letters from Positively Splendid:

Fabric Scrap Letters

Fabric roses from Sweet C’s Designs:

Fabric Scrap Roses

Reusable Snack Bags from Just Another Day In Paradise:

Snack Bags

 Cute little bobby pins from Just Call Me Chris:

Bobby Pins

A pencil case by Sew Mama SewPencil Case

Another fabric scrap pillow idea from Sew Homegrown:

Pillows from Fabric Scraps

A braided bracelet from How Joyful:

Braided Bracelet

Now be sure to also check out 25 Things to do With Fat Quarters:

25 Things to Do With Fat Quarters

 

And 25 Things to Sew:

25 Things to Sew

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Comments

  1. says

    I work at an online fabric store and spend all day cutting fun fabrics. Needless to say, we have lots of scraps and it’s nice to see so many great new projects to use them.

  2. Candice Gilligan says

    When I was 10 (I am 30 now), my neighbor was my 4-H leader. Her daughter was older, but in 4-H too. We had different sessions and days though. My leader and daughter made a vest that had fabric scraps, buttons, and other materials on the front. She sewed clear plastic over it. It was so awesome. I wish I had a picture!

  3. Amber says

    You can also make belts for kids. Really you just need a strip 3 inches wide and roughly 30 inches long (or more depending on your kids waist), heavy interfacing (1 inch wide), and 2 D-rings. The interfacing needs to be 3 inches shorter than your fabric strip. Position your interfacing so there is 1 inch of fabric on one side and 2 inches on the other side. Press everything and sew. Take the side that is 1 inch of fabric, fold over twice, press and sew. Slip the 2 D-rings on the other side, fold over twice again, and sew down.

    You can make a strip with multiple fabrics if you don’t have one strip long enough. My daughter loves these belts and loves that she gets to pick out the fabrics I use for them. I love that they cost less than a belt from the store (because seriously they are ridiculous).

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