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Fabric scraps

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Recycled Fabric Trimmings - Just Jude Designs - Quilting, Patchwork & Sewing patterns and classes

Use Every Wee Bit! Here's a cool way to turn fabric trimmings into a new type of craft fabric. As far as I know this product doesn't have an official name - I learnt it at college and it wasn't called anything then, but if you know the official name of this craft, please let […]

Scrapbusting: Handmade Scrap Fabric Twine

Turn that big pile of fabric scraps into handmade scrap fabric twine. A strong recycled fabric rope that can be used for all sorts of craft projects.

We know you can't bare to throw any of those beautiful offcuts away, so here's some ideas to make the most of them.

Fabric scraps can easily accumulate if you are a sewer or crafter, but can also be incredibly useful to make fun projects inexpensively. My friend is currently sewing up the cutest owl pillow (see #2) and it got me thinking - how fun to be able to have fabric scraps around the house, so you can whip up a fun gift for just pennies. I rounded up some other great scrap fabric projects to use up those scraps and thought you might enjoy them too! 21 Fantastic Ways to Use Up Fabric Scraps 1. How…

Got Scraps? Make These Blocks!

I taught a series of classes in Atlanta that used Kaffe Fassett fabrics. As you can imagine, we had leftovers! After about 5 workshops I dev...

Many quilters love having a large fabric stash to pull from when starting new projects. But, that system wasn't working for me. Read 4 reasons I got rid of almost my entire fabric stash!

Many quilters love having a large fabric stash to pull from when starting new projects. But, that system wasn't working for me. Read 4 reasons I got rid of almost my entire fabric stash!

I Make Seaglass Art Quilts Using Leftover Fabric Scraps. I Love Showcasing The Last Bits Of Favorite Fabrics

When I think of crafts, I picture these weird-looking items floating on Etsy like eternal shipwrecks that rise to the surface every time you genuinely need something. I mean, there’s nothing wrong with pursuing your hobby, but it’s a whole different story if you’re trying to make money out of something you wouldn’t buy yourself. Hence, there’s an entire craft-shaming movement that humorously mocks such instances.