Easy Sewing Projects With Little Fabric

Easy Sewing Projects With Little Fabric

Have a few leftover⁢ fabric scraps and wondering what‍ to do with them? ⁤Look no further! In this article, we will explore​ a ‍collection of easy​ sewing projects that require minimal fabric.⁤ These projects are not only great for utilizing those small remnants​ but‌ are also perfect ​for beginners who are just starting to explore the world⁤ of sewing. Let’s get creative!

1. Fabric Coasters

Fabric ‌coasters

Coasters are a​ practical and stylish addition to any home. ⁤Grab your fabric scraps, some batting or ⁤felt, and a sewing machine.‌ Cut the fabric into equal-sized squares, sew ⁢them right sides‌ together, leaving a small opening to turn inside out. Insert the batting, close the opening, and voila! You have your own custom fabric⁤ coasters.

For more ⁢detailed instructions, check out this fabric coasters tutorial.

2. Fabric Keychains

Fabric keychains

Add a personal touch to your keys ​or bags ⁣with fabric keychains.‍ Cut two identical shapes from your ⁤fabric scraps, sew them together leaving a small opening, stuff it with a bit‍ of polyester filling⁢ or scraps, and sew it shut. Attach a keyring ⁢or ⁢a small clip, and you’ve just⁣ created a cute‍ and functional accessory. Make a bunch in different shapes and colors!

For‍ step-by-step instructions, check out this fabric keychains guide.

3. Scrunchies

Fabric scrunchies

Scrunchies are back in style, and you can ⁣easily make your ⁤own using ⁢minimal fabric. ‌Cut a strip⁣ of⁣ fabric, fold it in half lengthwise with the right sides facing, and sew it into a tube leaving a ⁣small opening. Turn it inside ⁢out, insert⁢ a hair elastic, and sew the ends together. You can make scrunchies in various sizes and ⁤patterns to⁤ match your outfits.

Learn how to make your own fabric scrunchies with this scrunchies pattern.

3 thoughts on “Easy Sewing Projects With Little Fabric

  1. Great starter projects!

    Adrienne Young: Love it!

    This is a great resource for those new to sewing; many of the projects require minimal supplies as well, which makes it perfect for those with smaller budgets!

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