What’s the Project? Looking for ways to use up those little fabric scraps? Here are 25 fun scrap fabric ideas that will keep you busy busting your fabric stash all day long. These are super simple, fun projects-something for everyone!
If you’re like me you probably have a lot of little fabric scraps of various sizes left over from previous sewing projects. Am I right?
If you’ve been sewing very long they start to pile up in your closet or craft room and you love them, but you aren’t quite sure what to do with them.
I’ve got a few project ideas for you! 25 to be exact. And these are an add-on to my previous post-25 Scrap Fabric Projects. So many scrap fabric ideas to use those little pieces in fun projects!
All kinds of fun ideas for you here from wallets to bows, key chains to belts!
25 More Scrap Fabric Ideas:
OK, bust out those fabric bins and let’s get sewing all those fabric scraps into something cute and fun like all of these great projects! Are you ready for them?
OK, what do you think? That was a LOT of ways to use fabric scraps, wasn’t it? Which did you love the very best? Which are you going to sew first?
I hope you love these scrap fabric ideas and have a nice day sewing with them!
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These are great projects. I see several I could do by hand even (I don’t have a sewing machine). I always worry about open tops for things (maybe it’s because I’m always bending over & they fall out), but that’s an easy fix for a klutz like me-sew a piece of elastic & button on & presto! I’ve done that with store bought items. I’ve also sewed on ribbon with snaps. Whatever will work for the item.
God blessyour heart. Enjoying your projects. Simple yet fun n lovely. Will try some soon.
Regards from Papua New Guinea, PACIFIC.
Thank you ever so much for this posting. With ky 13 year old great niece, we made the phone holder and 5 cord/charger holders. That was a great activity and 100% success!
Gram E says
I love the key fobs! What is the hardware piece called?
I also think the cord keeper is a great idea. I may make some for stocking stuffers or neighbor gifts.
I think just key fob hardware?
there are even belts for kids. live it 🙂
Linda Ross says
Thank-you for sharing your exceptional talent. Did you have a special sewing machine that had lots of extra features. Please share.
I use a Janome and yes, it is a pretty fancy one, although I hardly ever use the fancy stuff. 🙂
Lovely things and very good photos 🙂 ! Thanks a lot!!! Greetings from Germany
Thanks Amber! I enjoy your emails and website!
Lorraine Stobie says
Really look forward to your posts – great ideas, really simple and the grandchildren love them.
love these little projects to break up the long ones. Just a little fun.
So many wonderful ideas! I will be making several of them for myself and gifts. Many thanks for the ideas!
Stephanie @ Two More Minutes says
These are all such great ideas. My scrap bins are out of control! Thank you for including my owl tag toy.