100+ Scrap Fabric Projects | Round Up

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Scraps, Scraps, Scraps! Ever wonder what do you do with all of those little pieces of leftover fabric bits? Well today’s post is going to help keep you inspired with over 100 easy scrap fabric projects.

100+ Scrap Fabric Projects Rounded Up in one place. The Sewing Loft

 100+ Free Scrap Fabric Projects

There are so many great projects on this list that you will want to take your time and PIN THIS for later.

100+ Scrap Projects Rounded Up in one place. The Sewing Loft



1. Bows

2. Embroidered Buttons

3. Fabric Feathers Dish Towel pictured

4. Fabric Trimmed Towels

5. Flower Brooch

6. Patchwork Trim Towels love these!

8. Scrappy Binding

9. Scrappy Strip Rose

10. Tea Towel

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11. Advent Calendar

12. Earth Day Applique

13. Home for the Holidays Ornament this would be a cute pincushion, pictured

14. Mini tree ornaments

15. Ruffled Easter Eggs

16. Scrap Fabric Eggs

17. Scrappy Pumpkin Fall Decor

18. Shamrock

19. Quilted Trees ornaments

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20. Baby Mobile so beautiful, pictured

21. “Be the Sun” Artwork

22. Cake Flags

23. Closet Tags great for kids

24. Coasters 1

25. Coasters 2 pictured

26. Coasters 3 pictured

27. Cord Keeper

28. Covered Magnets genius!

29. Fabric Covered Bed Frame so cool!

30. Fall Wreath

31. Flag Cupcake Toppers these are the cutest!! pictured

32. Hot Pads

33. Lamp Makeover

34. Lampshade

35. Light Switch Plates

36. Little Miss Mason Jars

37. Napkin Rings

38. No Sew Basket

39. No Sew Fabric Banner

40. No Sew Flowers perfect for kids

41. Paper Mache Hot Air Balloons pictured

42. Patchwork Collage Wall Art pictured

43. Peacock Pillow

44. Picture Frame

45. Post-It Note Holder

46. Reusable Snack Bags love the sneak peek window

47. Quilted Bowl

48. Quilt Piece Bunting

49. Ribbon & Fabric Garland

50. Scrap Bucket provides great storage for even more scraps

51. Scrap Map pictured

52. Spring Wreath

53. String Light Covers

54. West Elm Wall Art Knockoff so easy!

55. Wonky Starburst Mug Rug

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56. Award Ribbon

57. Baby Bibs

58. Band Aids crazy cute! pictured

59. Business Card Holder

60. Camera Strap Cover

61. Caravan Pin Cushion a MUST make. pictured

62. Coffee Cup Cozy

63. Covered Altoids Tin

64. Diaper Strap

65. Dresden Petal Handbag

66. Easy iPhone Sleeve

67. Envelope It

68. Eye Pillows

69. Fabric Lined Envelopes such a great idea

70. Fabric Postcards

71. Fabric Tape

72. Fortune Cookies

73. Glam Makeup Brush

74. Keyboard Wrist Rest

75. Key Chain

76. Key Chain Coin Purses so tiny and cute!

77. Little Birds photo worthy

78. Mason Jar Covers

79. Mini Wallets great to keep on hand for gift giving

80. Mushroom Mug Rug

81. No Sew Eyeglasses Case

82. Personalized Bookmark

83. Ribbon Gift Card Holder

84. Ruffle Bib

85. Ruffled Checkbook Cover

86. Ruffled Key Fob pictured

87. Scented Pins

88. Scrap Bundles great for sewing retreats and swaps

89. Sewing Weights

90. Shoulder Strap Cover I need to make this!

91. Summer Sunglasses Case

92. Sunglasses Case

93. Tissue Cozy

94. Toiletry Bag

95. Travel Postcards

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96. Bracelets

97. Bobbi Pins pictured

98. Double Sided Headband pictured

99. Flirty Bracelet

100. Scrap-pieced belt pictured

101. Shoes pictured

100+ Scrap Projects Rounded Up in one place. The Sewing Loft



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Don’t have time to look at each project on the list? Be sure to PIN IT for later because these scrap fabric projects are ready for your stash!


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  1. Great post – we all have plenty of scrap fabrics, so I’ll be sure to come back to this page a lot. Thank you 🙂

  2. alexis Campbell says

    Enjoyed looking at your amazing inventions.
    I feel inspired and will be at my sewing machine tomorrow .Thank you Alexis

  3. allcraftschannel says

    I didn’t find the travel trailer pin cushion pattern, is it available?

  4. Laura @ The Turquoise Home says

    Thanks so much for including my scrappy pumpkins! 🙂

  5. Amber Evans says

    What a big list! I super like your blog. Would definitely go back here again to check some of my favorite projects in your list. TFS!

  6. Marshablog says

    Ya I got more information in this post. Many thanks for sharing with us!

  7. HelenD123 says

    Great collection of designs, just what I was looking for for my next embroidery project, thanks.

  8. Cynthia Godoy says

    Do you offer a catalog that can be purchased. I would love to have one if it is an option.

  9. Charlotte says

    I just have a , I would say a “stupid question but a professor that was kind and wonderful once told me “if you did not know the answer then the question was not stupid”. On the free 100+ scrap patterns or other patterns do I have to upload each one individual? Thanks for your reply.

    • Hello Charlotte,
      Thanks for your note. Patterns are from all over the web so yes, each link will take you directly to the pattern and you can download from there.

  10. Andrea Letourneau says

    Thanks for the links for these patterns. I sew mostly with knits, but can’t find any patterns for using up knit scraps. Has anyone seen patterns that use knit scraps?

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