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Scrappy Bunting Tea Towel

By: Lola Pink Fabrics

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If you are looking to add some cute flair to your DIY kitchen decorations and use up a handful of scrap fabric, you absolutely need to create the Scrappy Bunting Tea Towel. This adorable little towel is any easy, scarp buster that will do wonders to brighten up your kitchen. Tea towels are a great way to add a light decoration to your kitchen without taking up too much space. This would be a great gift for someone moving into a brand new home.

Scrappt Bunting Tea Towel
This image courtesy of lolapinkfabrics.blogspot.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Sewn by: Machine

Beginner

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If you've got a huge stash of fabric remenants, you're going to want to check out these scrap fabric projects that you can use different sized scraps to make. If you're an avid sewist, you've probably saved fabric left over from your wonderful sewing patterns, but you don't want to waste those scraps. Instead, make something just as good as those whole sewing projects from their scraps.

You can make a small wallet or coin purse with a scrap that's less than an eighth of a yard. You can create a little toy for a baby or toddler with less than a yard plus little scraps. Make yourself a wristlet for your cell phone with less than half a yard of fabric. Make a little pouch for traveling with your jewelry with only half a yard of fabric. More great scrap fabric projects are fabric flowers! You can create a whole bouquet for any occasion that won't wilt and will last forever.

Depending on the size of your fabric scraps, you can make a whole bunch of sewing projects. Take a look at your stash and measure your scraps before you decide on which scrap fabric projects you'll make. 

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I love this pattern for a couple of reasons. First, I can't bear to throw away even the smallest pieces of fabric scraps and this would be a great way to use those itty bitty pieces. Second, I am kind of obsessed with banners or bunting and this pattern is simply adorable. It is a very versatile pattern that could be personalized with different color fabrics or with the addition of rick rack or other fabric-type embellishments. What would you do to personalize?

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