Our simple yet clever design results in a beautifully finished bag inside and out. And because you can reuse them, it’s a green alternative to gift wrap. Great for scraps or pre-cuts! We also include a free gift tag printable.
If you’re brand new to bags, this is a super quick and easy project to kick off your experience. It starts as one long panel, then folds up with finished seams inside and out. Dive into your scrap stash for your best bold prints.
Keep cords tidy with these quick and easy wraps. We offer two sizes: one small for things like ear buds or chargers, another for larger items, like power cords. They take just teensy scraps of fabric. We used pre-cuts.
It’s an endless circle of loveliness you can twist into a number of interesting shapes. Try it in lightweight rayon, voile or batiste for a great look to dress up or down for any occasion. Best of all… so very easy to make.
Add a little sparkle with metallic cottons. This is a fast and fun project that would be great for someone new to sewing. The waistband and ties are surprisingly easy to make, but give the apron a very professional look.
A pretty option for dining indoors or out. Cut, layer, stitch, serve (shaken not stirred). It’s just that easy, and as cute and colorful as can be. Super fast and a great option for scraps – especially leftover charm squares.
This happy pair of hot pads is all about the beauty of a perfect line. We selected a wide stripe for the front, then highlighted it with parallel rows of bright decorative stitching. Wrap up several as a unique host/hostess gift.
These tall wine bags mix the rustic feel of burlap with smooth cotton and velvet or wire-edged ribbon. By cutting the heart appliqué from the same burlap as the main bag panels, it creates the look of a window on the front accent band.
As a site dedicated to promoting all things handmade, we probably shouldn’t be advocating the gift card. But what if you put the gift card inside a super cute, handmade case? All bases covered, everybody’s happy. A great ScrapBuster.
Designed with little girls in mind, they can inject a bit of glamour into your lovely locks as well. The “petals” are made from small scraps of fancy fabrics held together with a tiny faceted bead. A nearly-no-sew project.
Do you usually turn to quilting cottons or fleece for a throw? Give linen and rayon a try! This lightweight yet warm throw has an absolutely amazing drape. The finishing touch is the swing and sparkle of chainette fringe.
We suggest upholstery fabric scraps to create the appropriate crispness for this sleek clutch. The finishing touch is a little bit of bling on the front as an accent over the magnetic clasp. A button is good or try rescued jewelry.