What to do with fabric scraps – 25 cute and scrappy projects

Are you wondering what to do with all your fabric scraps? I know from experience that the more you sew, the more piles of fabric scraps pile up! But guess what? They’re not useless after all, because there are actually lots of fun and useful things you can sew with scraps. Here are my 25 favorite things to sew with scrap fabric that you absolutely have to try!

Make scrunchies

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Tie your hair back with this pretty tie-on scrunchie. It’s fun and easy to sew with fabric scraps. If you want your girls to learn how to sew, you should teach them how to make these little accessories.

Sew a Pet Collar

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All you need is a small piece of fabric to make a DIY pet collar for your favorite puppy or kitten!

Scrappy Pet Leash

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After making a pet collar, you use quilt making scraps to make a matching leash from scraps.

Easy Portfolio Template

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I love small wallets that I can slip into my back pocket without carrying a purse. This wallet template fits the bill, and there’s so much more. You will be surprised to see two separate compartments inside.

Folded Fabric Coasters and Potholders

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Folded fabric coasters use 5 inch fabric squares (that’s it!), so they’re perfect for sewing with charm squares and scraps. While you’re at it, I’ll show you how to make matching pot holders.

Hexagonal potholders

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You won’t believe what little scraps of fabric you can use to sew Hexi Log Cabin potholders. My readers email me all the time telling me how much fun they had with this free template.

Waste Fabric Rope Bowl

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Learn how to make a fabric covered rope bowl in under an hour! This easy sewing project is perfect for using up scraps. Do you keep long strips of thin cotton fabric like I do? Do you have a reserve of selvedges? Use them to sew a rope bowl.

Travel pouch with vinyl

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Store your first aid items, toiletries, cosmetics or maybe anything else in this cute hide and seek pouch. This easy to sew pouch has vinyl pockets to put whatever you want to put inside. Once you see this free tutorial, you won’t think that sewing with vinyl is too complicated after all. This snap pouch is perfect for traveling.

Scrappy Quilt with Squares

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Learn how to sew this simple patchwork quilt with easy-to-cut squares. This easy quilt pattern for beginners or expert quilters is the perfect way to use up extra fabric scraps like I did, or you can create a beautifully coordinated quilt with pre-cut 2 1/2 square fabric pieces ” delivered in pre-cut mini-pieces. charm packs.

Cute drawstring bag

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Sew an easy, long, thin drawstring bag! It’s the perfect size for glasses, a toothbrush and toothpaste, pencils or even makeup brushes. These easy-to-sew pouches are so practical and pretty – it’s the essence of “Zakka”, a Japanese design aesthetic that combines utility and beauty. I love the style!

Small quilt magnets

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Here’s a great project to use up all your favorite scraps: make tiny quilt magnets for your refrigerator, dishwasher, bulletin board, and anywhere else they’ll stick!

Comfort dolls

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The Heartwarming Doll Project is a wonderful way to reach out to brave women who have gone out of their way to help. We want these women to know that they are not alone. The project is now led by Brenda Hutchings and all her followers on her blog. Learn how to make comfort dolls.

Rabbit Treat Bags

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Sew adorable bunny-shaped treat bags to put in your Easter baskets this year! This easy project is perfect for a beginner.

Pretty greeting cards

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Don’t you love it when you can show off your sewing skills to your card-making friends? Or if you’re a card maker, I’ll show you some new tips that will allow you to sew too! This year I decided to sew Mother’s Day cards instead of buying them.

Patchwork placemats

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Another fun sewing idea for your kitchen is patchwork placemats. This placemat sewing pattern includes instructions for making half-square triangles, flying geese, and scissor shapes. Protect your table and show off your sewing skills at the same time.

Adorable stuffed owls

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These adorable owls can be used in many ways. It can be a gift, a pincushion, a doorstop, a bookend and much more. Use scraps of fabric in different colors to create owls for each season.

Flat zippered pockets

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Look no further for a free and easy zipper pouch pattern perfect for holding cash and credit cards, school supplies, cosmetics and more! This pattern includes free templates for creating pouches in 2 different sizes, plus a step-by-step zipper pouch tutorial. The template template can be used for regular size zippers as well as my favorite purse zippers.

Journaling Bookmark

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This journaling bookmark and pencil holder is the perfect gift for your writer friend or book lover. Not only is it fun to make, but it’s also quick and easy. You can also personalize the bookmark by adding some embroidery. With just 3 strips of fabric and an elastic band, you can make this bookmark and this pencil holder.

The junkyard tote

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Leftovers aren’t so disjointed at all with this beautiful tote bag. This junkyard tote is a wonderful sewing project that you must try. Learn how to sew one in the size you want. Learn how to include an interior zippered welt pocket and a top zipper in this free tutorial.

Small Zippered Bags

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Do you have 5” squares? A few humble charm squares and a zipper are all it takes to sew these adorable little zipper bags.

Receipt Roll Scrap Quilt

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Sew the most scrappy quilt ever using your smallest scraps and a roll of calculator receipt paper! I first saw this idea on Pinterest and didn’t think it could be done until I tried it myself. Learn how to make a receipt roll quilt.

Bit o Kindness Pouches

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This little Bit O’ Kindness pouch comes with a snap so your kindness gift isn’t easily visible. With just a few instructions, sewing this is a breeze.

Pretty bow headbands

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This simple headband tutorial features soft elastic at the back so you don’t have to worry about comfort and fit. They are perfect for girls, teenagers and adults. You can also leave the bow removed if you wish.

Easy Pin Cushions with Trimming Scraps

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A seamstress can never have too many pincushions! Use small fabrics and trim scraps to make these easy and adorable pin cushions.

Cage duvets

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Share your talents and scraps with four-legged friends who need a home by sewing caged comforters and donating them to your local pet shelter. This is a great way to use up fabric and batting scraps.

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