Stash Busting Projects to Make with Fabric Scraps

If you sew or do any type of crafting that involves fabric, you definitely have fabric scraps piled up somewhere in your work space.  We all do it:  hoard small scraps of fabric that are too large to toss away, yet too small to make into something.  That is, until you combine your small scraps into something bigger and beautiful!  To help you with your stash busting, I’ve collected twenty fun and easy to make projects that you can make with fabric scraps.

Spring Garden Flag from  Peek-a-boo Pages

Scrappy Cuddle Puff Pillows by Polly Carlson for Fairfield World

Fabric US Map Hoop Art by Flamingo Toes

Flower Hair Pin by Morena’s Corner

Yoyo Flower Pillow from The Sewing Loft Blog

Tulip Wall Hanging Quilt from Inspired by Fabric

Quilt As You Go – Introduction by Fairfield World

 

Fabric Scrap Love Bugs found at Fun Family Crafts

Ladybug Craft:  Magnets Made Using Fabric Scraps from Crafts by Amanda

Fabric Letter Play Toys from Chez Beeper Bebes

Sunny Sky Pillow by Niki Meiners

Fabric Scrap Coasters by Mel Bradley for Fairfield World

Fabric Scrap Tea Towel by 365 Days of Craft for Country Chic Cottage

Scrappy Placemat made by Stitches and Scissors

Fabric Scrap Door Wreath at Today’s Creative Life

Shabby Chic Ruffle Necklace made by Poppy Chic

Fabric Scrap Wall Decor by Jen Goode’s 100 Directions

Scallop Neck T-shirt Refashion by Polka Dot Chair

Make a Dog Toy from Fabric Scraps at Dollar Store Crafts

Fabric Scrap Catnip Mousies at The Zen of Making

To help hold all your fabric scraps together for most sewing projects, I highly recommend using Stick Double Sided Fusible Interfacing!  Stick is a double sided fusible web that works like glue. Fuse fabric to stick it to another piece of fabric or to a porous surface such as wood or cardboard. This lightweight, sheer webbing does not add bulk to fabrics joined together.  It’s perfect for working with fabric scraps!

For my sewing and crafting ideas, be sure to check out our Inspiration page!

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