How To Use Every Last Fabric Scrap- A Handy List To Avoid Textile Waste
No matter how small your fabric scraps are there's always use for the leftovers. Here are some examples, some things we like to do with our fabric scraps.
(Click on the link for some how-to guides or just simply for inspiration.)
To craft yourself some period pads
To make into bias or ribbon
Really really small scraps can be used to stuff dolls or cushions
To fashion into small produce bags to take with you when you go shopping.
To make beeswax wraps, even smaller ones for jar lids. (scraps must be 100% cotton for this craft)
For Fabric mug coasters, beeswax coasters make perfect wipe clean coasters.
For beautiful hair scrunchies
For patchwork quilting
For designing your own applique to jazz up old clothing, hang up in the hallway or mend holes in clothing
To create small dolls or stuffed animals, baby toys or pet toys
For homemade Christmas tree decorations
A wreath for the front door ( join our workshop :) )
Pouches for soap scraps
To make Reusable 'unsponges' for the kitchen
To flaunt snazzy Sandcastle flags at the beach
This is not a finite list get creative and come up with your own, there are many more possibilities, what do you do with your scraps?