Scrappy Projects

This is a selection of scrappy projects that I have made which may give you some ideas of how to use some of your own scraps.

"Crazy patchwork" felt using scraps of yarn, fabric, thread and pre-felt

“Crazy patchwork” felt using scraps of yarn, fabric, thread and pre-felt

Crochet amigurumi

Crochet amigurumi

Sew some bunting

Sew some bunting

Knit or crochet a scarf with your odds and ends of yarn

Knit or crochet a scarf with your odds and ends of yarn

Fix fabric scraps onto backing fabric to make hanging decorations

Fix fabric scraps onto backing fabric to make hanging decorations

Stitch your tiniest scraps of fabric and yarn in a sandwich of water-soluble stabiliser and use to make cards

Stitch your tiniest scraps of fabric and yarn in a sandwich of water-soluble stabiliser and use to make cards

Scrappy strips of paper or fabric can be stitched onto the front of a card blank to make a unique card

Scrappy strips of paper or fabric can be stitched onto the front of a card blank to make a unique card

Another example of an ATC made with scraps

Another example of an ATC made with scraps

Baby bootees are a great way to use up leftover yarn

Baby bootees are a great way to use up leftover yarn

Tiny scraps of fabric or paper can be incorporated into an Artist's Trading Card (ATC)

Tiny scraps of fabric or paper can be incorporated into an Artist’s Trading Card (ATC)

Use leftover wrapping paper or fabric to make a Christmas tree wall hanging

Use leftover wrapping paper or fabric to make a Christmas tree wall hanging

You could make a colour-coordinated shaggy hat

You could make a colour-coordinated shaggy hat

Cover a shoebox with fabric scraps for beautiful storage

Cover a shoebox with fabric scraps for beautiful storage

Odds and ends of yarn or fabric can be made into brooches

Odds and ends of yarn or fabric can be made into brooches

Scraps of card and fabric can be used to make gift tags

Scraps of card and fabric can be used to make gift tags

Scraps of fabric can be made into a new fabric to cover a photo album

Scraps of fabric can be made into a new fabric to cover a photo album

Use leftover yarn to create stripey hats

Use leftover yarn to create stripey hats

Scrappy log cabin quilt

Scrappy log cabin quilt

Strips and remnant used to decoRate tote bag

Strips and remnant used to decorate tote bag

Use leftover Christmas fabrics to make small gift bags

Use leftover Christmas fabrics to make small gift bags

Crazy patchwork

Crazy patchwork

Leftover squares from patchwork used in a random quilt

Leftover squares from patchwork used in a random quilt

If you have an embellishing machine, use scraps of fabric to make a pouch

If you have an embellishing machine, use scraps of fabric to make a pouch

Scraps of similar colours used to make coasters

Scraps of similar colours used to make coasters

Use scraps of fabric to cover a bowl

Use scraps of fabric to cover a bowl

Use a couple of leftover precut patchwork squares to make a small dish

Use a couple of leftover precut patchwork squares to make a small dish

Shaggy hats knitted from scraps of yarn knotted together

Shaggy hats knitted from scraps of yarn knotted together

The inside of scrappy knitted hats

The inside of scrappy knitted hats

Yes, it really is made from garment labels!

Yes, it really is made from garment labels!

Remnant used for the inside of a wallet

Remnant used for the inside of a wallet

More applique ideas

More applique ideas

Use scraps as applique pieces

Use scraps as applique pieces

Make a biscornu pincushion

Make a biscornu pincushion

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