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DIY Fabric Cones
Step up your gift presentation game when you add these DIY Fabric Cones to the mix! This sewing project checks all the right boxes, as it's beginner-friendly, can be adapted for any gift-giving celebration, and is thrifty, too. It's also a great way to make a dent in your fabric stash!
From the blogger: "These super cute fabric cones are a quick sewing project that would make awesome gifts for Valentine's Day when filled with candy or other small items. Made in seasonal fabrics, they'd also be great for St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Mother's Day, and Christmas... even birthdays. They'd make sweet bridal and baby shower party favors as well. With the complete step-by-step instructions, they're easy enough for a beginner, but are fun for the more advanced sewist as well. Make just one or sew them assembly-line style to make a bunch to give to family, friends, neighbors, and teachers."
Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine
- Fabric for outside of cone (large scraps will work)
- Coordinating fabric for the lining (again, large scraps will work)
- Heavy weight interfacing
- Light weight interacing
- Ricrac or ribbon for handle
- Optional: Eyelet lace, lace or fringe for trimming/embellishing
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