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Sew Much Fun Blog Hop: Save Our Scraps

Welcome to my stop on the Sew Much Fun Blog Hop hosted by Faith & Fabric . This month’s theme is ‘Save Our Scraps’.

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(For the full list of all the blogs participating in this hop read to the bottom of this post!)

I am decidedly a scrap fabric hoarder. I rarely throw them out.

Which is not always a good thing.

I have scraps everywhere!

The super tiny pieces I save in a ziplock and when I have enough I use them to stuff a pincushion. But my favourite thing to do with scraps is for the slightly larger pieces, the pieces that are anywhere between the size of a 1″ square and a fat quarter. I use them to make appliques! Specifically, free motion applique (or FMA).

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Here are a few of my past (blogged) FMA projects: (click the photos to get to the posts)

Lake Monster FMA
My Lake Monster FMA -Although I just realised I never uploaded the Lake Monster shape, oops!
Mermaid FMA from StitchART
Mermaid FMA pattern from StitchART
Digital Stamp into FMA
Digital Stamp design by Just Me Prints turned into a FMA
Trapeze Eloise FMA
Trapeze Eloise FMA pattern by Ric Rac and Retro
Painting smock with Butterfly applique
My Butterfly FMA design…. Again haven’t written out the tutorial for it yet. Ooops!

So that’s what I make with the majority of the scraps.
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And if you want to see other projects made with fabric scraps check out my Tutorials page for projects like the mini heart pins tutorial below:

Mini Heart pins
Cute heart pins tutorial made using scraps.

Or make Christmas ornaments, appliqued coasters, or with the larger pieces make doll clothes!

Besides those projects, other things I like to do is to piece scraps together to make the fronts for coasters like the ones I have in my Etsy shop here:

Square coaster set

Triangle coaster set

Often the backs use fabric scraps as well; like the second set of coasters above using leftover pieces of denim.

For even more ideas, check out my Pinterest board dedicated to projects using fabric scraps.

 

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you found some ideas on what you can make with your fabric scraps.

Check out the rest of the blog hop participants below:

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Jen from Faith & Fabric  *  Stephanie from Swoodson Says  *  Vicky from Vicky Myers Creations  *  Cynthia from Quilting is More Fun than Housework  *  Audrey from The Cloth Parcel  *  Amista from Hilltop Custom Designs  *  Chris from made by ChrissieD  *  Amanda from Fabric Engineer  *  and me, Ula, from Lulu & Celeste (you’re here!)

10+ sewing projects using your fabric scraps

Happy Sewing!

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2 thoughts on “Sew Much Fun Blog Hop: Save Our Scraps

  1. These are absolutely adorable projects – pinning this for sure!! Thanks for joining in the hop; these are seriously such fun scrappy ideas!

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