If you're anything like me, you'll have a healthy stash of little pieces of fabric. Mine is growing at an alarming rate, as I find it hard to throw away even the smallest of scraps. Today I'm sharing 30 projects from the ongoing sewing link parties here at Threading My Way. All can be sewn with small, left over pieces of fabric or with tiny scraps pieced together.
Quilted Sewing Machine Cover ~ Tutorial by Ros, from Sew Delicious
Embroidered Patchwork Pincushion ~ Tutorial by Audrey, from Audrey B
Sewing Machine Cover ~ Tutorial by Susie, from Susie's Sunroom Sewing
It's easy to get creative with Hair Accessories...
Puffy Petal Flower ~ Tutorial by Lindsay, from PA Country Crafts
Fabric Headband ~ Tutorial by Christie, from Joyfoolery
Heart & Roses Headband ~ Pattern & Tutorial by Ann, from Suburban Prairie Homemaker
Do you call them Cushions or Pillows? Either way, some of the best cushions I've seen have been pieced with small scraps...
Appliquéd & Embroidered Cushion ~ Tutorial by Julie, from Sum of Their Stories
Happy Go Lucky Cushions by Ros, from Sew Delicious
Hexagon Patchwork Cushion ~ Tutorial by Claire, from Pillar Box Blue
A girl can't have too many Zippered Pouches...
Half Circle Zippered Pouch ~ Tutorial from Lula Louise
Teeny Tiny Zippered Pouches ~ Tutorial by Deby, from So Sew Easy
iPod Keychain Case ~ Tutorial by Jill, from Creating My Way to Success
Quilts are a great way to use up lots of small scraps. Sure, you can use jelly rolls and charm packs, but I can guarantee you'll feel immense satisfaction if you shop from your stash of scraps...
Disappearing 9 Patch ~ Tutorial by Joy, from Joy's Jots, Shots & Whatnots
Quilt Star ~ Tutorial by Donna, from Once Upon a Sewing Machine
Scrappy Blocks Quilt ~ Tutorial by Pam, from Threading My Way
Everything Baby - We all love sewing for babies...
Personalised Baby Bunting ~ Tutorial by Jose, from Sew for Soul
Baby Wash Cloths by Pam, from Threading My Way
Bandana Bibs ~ Pattern & Tutorial by Damjana, from Apple Green Cottage
Most Electronic Gadget Covers only need to be small to protect the contents...
Two Sided Zip iPhone Case ~ Tutorial by Vicki, from A Quilter's Mission
Crazy Patchwork iPod Case ~ Tutorial by Marisa, from Passion et Couture
Electronics Case ~ Tutorial by Jenya, from While She Was Sleeping
Drawstring Bags can be as large or small as you care to make them...
Small Lined Drawstring Bag ~ Tutorial by Pam, from Threading My Way
Drawstring Pouch ~ Tutorial by Lisa, from A Spoonful of Sugar
Drawstring Gift Bag ~ Tutorial by Pam, from Threading My Way
Lots of us store our small scraps in Fabric Baskets. The baskets lend themselves to piecing. The extra stitching helps to add structure - an added bonus...
Gathered Round Fabric Basket ~ Tutorial by Lisa, from A Spoonful of Sugar
Rope Fabric Basket ~ Tutorial by Cheryl, from Sew Can Do
Scrappy Fabric Basket ~ Tutorial by Pam, from Threading My Way
Funnily enough, I didn't find many projects For Kids that only require small pieces of fabric. Thought there'd be heaps...
Whaley & Starla Softies ~ Tutorial by Kristy, from Hopeful Threads
Tiana Crown ~ Tutorial by Annie, from Peaches and Bees
Fabric Letters ~ Tutorial by Pam, from Threading My Way
There are many more scrap busting projects to be found in the ongoing sewing link parties here at Threading My Way.
How small is too small? Tell me I'm not the only one who has trouble throwing out the tiniest of scraps...
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