Tag Archives: Scrap Fabric

Wine Glass Coasters

By Sewing Contributor Courteney from the blog Crafting with Court.

Wine Glass Coasters Sewing Tutorial

Often times at parties, it’s easy for wine glasses to get confused.  There are countless “wine charm” products out there for you to buy to have guests put on their glasses; there are even DIY wine charm projects out there.   But wine charms don’t protect your wood surfaces from damage; you still need a coaster for that.  So, why not combine the idea of a wine charm with the practicality of a coaster?  Follow this tutorial and make wine coasters out of all your scrap fabrics.  Guests will be able to identify their wine glass by the fabric on their coaster and you don’t have to worry about running around with coasters!

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Ice Cream Pint Koozie

By Sewing Contributor Courteney from the blog Crafting with Court.

Ice Cream Koozie

I love eating ice cream straight from the pint while I binge watch my favorite TV shows.  The problem?  My hand always gets so cold!  In the past, I’ve used a washcloth to keep my hand from touching the freezing cardboard, but it doesn’t fit very well and almost always ends up with ice cream on it.  The solution?  I made my own Ice Cream Pint Koozie.  It fits all my pints of ice cream perfectly, is colorful, and keeps my hand nice and comfortable while I’m enjoying my favorite pint!

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Fabric Tassel Garland

By Home Decor Contributor Alyssa

Vintage Fabric Tassel Garland

 

Another case of “I want this but I don’t want to pay that ridiculous price tag.”

Recently, while browsing a home goods website, I came across a garland made of adorable little vintage fabric tassels and pretty string. Of course, the easy-to-make and not entirely hard to conceptualize art piece came with a high price tag. Time to get to work.

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Batik Summer Rag Wreath

By Sewing Contributor Courteney from the blog Crafting with Court.

Summer Rag Wreath

When I think of summer, I think of batik fabric.  It makes me think of a beautiful tropical vacation, even if I can’t go on one.  Recently, I found a jelly roll of beautiful batik fabrics in a store.  In just a few easy steps, I turned the batik jelly roll into a beautiful wreath that makes me smile every time I come home.  If batik fabrics aren’t your things or you’re looking for a scrap buster project, any cotton fabric will work for this project!

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