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10 Brilliant Projects to Upcycle Leftover Fabric Scraps

If you love sewing, then chances are you have a few fabric scraps left over. If you’ve often wondered what to do with all those loose fabric scraps, we’ve got quite a treat for you.

We’ve gathered up 100 different ways that you can put those scraps of fabric to good use. Some of these easy projects require no sewing, and all of them are perfect for scraps.

Phone Case

Create this adorable little wallet for your phone. With just a small bit of fabric, you can make the perfect holder for your phone, and with the attached clip, it’s perfect for keeping your phone safe, too.

Monogram Pouch

Monogram Pouch

This gorgeous monogrammed pouch can be made with those leftover trim scraps. Just a few little pieces and you’ve got quite the coin purse to keep or give as a lovely gift.

Fabric Flower Accent Pillow

Fabric Flower Accent Pillow

Dress up any room with these beautiful fabric flower accent pillows that you can make from extra fabric in the same or in contrasting colors. Each pillow takes less than an hour and they’re so easy, you can do one for every season.

Kitchen Decorating DIY – Make Your Own Dishtowel Belts

Kitchen Decorating DIY – Make Your Own Dishtowel Belts

These are so adorable and so very helpful. Krystal over at Sassy Sanctuary has come up with an idea to keep those dishtowels from falling on the floor. She has crafted belts to hold them in place. They are really cute and they really do the job. You just need a bit of fabric and some Velcro and you can decorate them any way that you want. You can get really creative with this and imagine how great these would be to give out as gifts. You can make them to pair with a holiday kitchen towel for those people who are really hard to find gifts for.

Marble Necklace

Marble Necklace

Tie those scraps of fabric around marbles to create these lovely necklaces. They’re perfect for gift giving around the holiday season, or make them in different colors to match all your favorite outfits.

Cute and Easy DIY Double Layer Square Circle Skirt

Cute and Easy DIY Double Layer Square Circle Skirt

This adorable skirt for kids is not nearly as difficult to make as the name implies. You just take two squares of fabric and layer them. It turns into the cutest skirt for your little one or you could make the fabric a bit larger and do one for yourself. Because it’s so easy to make, you will want several of these to wear for different occasions. Pair it with leggings and boots and it’s an adorable fall outfit or just have it for summer with flip-flops. The idea comes from Make It and Love It and we really do Love It!

Chapstick Holder

Chapstick Holder

This keychain Chapstick holder is easy, and the perfect fashion accessory for teens. The best part? It takes literally only five minutes to make, and needs only a small scrap of fabric.

Cuddle Pillow

Cuddle Pillow

Ok, so you know you love huge pillows. This one allows you to use a lot of those fabric scraps and quilting squares, and you create an enormous pillow that’s perfect for cuddling indoors or out.

Little Miss Mason Jars

Little Miss Mason Jars

This project lets you use all those fabric scraps and helps you to stay organized as well. You just cover mason jars with fabric and then fill with whatever you want. They’re easy and adorable.

Kids Belts

Kids belt

With just a strip of leftover fabric and a D ring, you can make these really cute kids belts. Make a different one for every outfit! They’re very easy to make and oh so adorable.

 

Make yourself a necklace or belt, or create something for a wonderful gift for someone special. We’ve got something in here for everyone in the family and even a few things for your furry family friends.

The tutorial is from Bored & Crafty and it shows you everything that you need to make this adorable pouch. Even if you don’t use a sewing machine a lot, this looks relatively easy and you can make it in so many different colors and patterns.

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