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34 Scrap Fabric Projects


28 Scrap Fabric ProjectsWhen you have scraps of fabric leftover from other projects, don't throw them away! Instead, collect your scraps and make something brand new from them. For sewers, this is a great opportunity to get really creative with your leftovers. Sometimes scrappy projects can be the most fun to make because there are so many options. Save bits of your favorite fabric and create a patchwork project like Scrap Happy Table Runner. You can also make fabric flowers like the Long Stemmed Fabric Flowers with scraps. If you're looking for sewing ideas for scraps of fabric, you've found the right collection. Check out any of the 15 scrap fabric projects found here and you'll definitely find new ways to use up the fabric in your stash.


34 Scrap Fabric Projects

Table of Contents:

Kitchen Scrap Projects

Scrap Project Clothing + Accessories

Scrappy Quilts and Blankets

Misc. Scrappy Projects


Looking for more scrap fabric projects? Then check out our stash busters and scrap busters tag for over 125 ideas!




Kitchen Scrap Projects

Topsy Turvy Scrappy Coaster

Spending money on kitchen towels, pot holders, and napkins can cost a lot of money. Save some bucks and use your scrap fabric to create these DIY kitchen crafts. These kitchen scrap fabric projects are adorable, useful, and easy too!

  1. Scrap Happy Table Runner
  2. Scrappy Bunting Tea Towel
  3. Scrappy Hot Pad
  4. Scrappy Stack Mug Rug
  5. Scrappy Upcycled Apron
  6. Coffee Cozy With Button
  7. Topsy Turvy Scrappy Coaster
  8. Stripping is Hot Pad Tutorial
  9. Scrapbuster Potholder
  10. Reusable Hanging Kitchen Towels


Scrap Project Clothing + Accessories

Ultra Teeny Satchel

Want to add some sass to your wardrobe? Then use your scraps to create scrap project clothing and accessories. A little flair can go a long way and these projects will surely help!

  1. Scrappy Petal Tank
  2. Sweater Hair Clippies
  3. Ultra Teeny Satchel
  4. Scrap Fabric and Button Pin
  5. A Fine Day T-Shirt Tote
  6. Scrappy Spring Skirt
  7. Perfect Playlist Armband


Scrappy Quilts and Blankets

Fabric Scraps Quilt

Scrappy quilts and blankets add a lot of color to a dull room. They are the perfec free sewing projects to add to your home decor. Drape one of these scrap fabric quilts over your couch or hang it on your wall for some extra color.

  1. Scrappy Flora Easy Quilt Tutorial
  2. Newborn Comfort Taggie Blanket
  3. Fabric Scraps Quilt
  4. Christmas Quilted Table Runner
  5. Scrappy Quilted DIY Placemats


Misc. Scrappy Projects

Scrap Buster Fall Pillow

There are as many scrap fabric project ideas as there are scrap fabrics out there. If you want to make something unique, check out projects like these adorable pups or pillows.

  1. Scrappy Needle Keeper Tutorial
  2. Scrap Buster Fall Pillow
  3. Tattered Flowers
  4. Pattern Weights
  5. Tissue Pouches
  6. Long Stemmed Fabric Flowers
  7. Bean Bag Toss Tutorial
  8. Silly Sock Puppet
  9. Scrappy Fabric Baskets
  10. Reusable Swiffer Duster Cloths
  11. Mixed Bag DIY Drawstring Bag
  12. Hoot Owl Stuffed Animal Pattern


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If you are looking to use up some extra fat quarters too, then our 37 Fat Quarter Sewing Projects is the collection for you!



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Often there is an icon saying "print", but sometimes it just isn't there. Try control P; you should get an instruction 1/4 page. Notice there is a space for how many pages. While comments are interesting, I never print them. I usually get a jpeg page which is more printable than the original direction page. You can scroll down and see where the directions end and the comments start. Or just go ahead and print the whole kit and kaboodle. Take the pages you don't want and put them on the bottom of your blank paper. When you print another pattern, use the used paper. Don't get it mixed up with anything important you want to print though!!!!

I do the same thing. I edit the document before I save and print it - even though Ihave lots of paper (not so cheap the ink however!!)

how do I print the instructions I love that scrappy quilt I am trying to learn for charity

Can't open the sewn doorstops - what's going on????

cannot open these either

cannot open most of these

My Fabric stash is a 5-shelf rack so I'm about to have some fun. Tea

I now have some great ideas for using those fabric scraps I've been saving. Thanks!!

These are good ideas for beginner's practice. I am thinking of using them for my sewing lessons. Thanks for the ideas!!!


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