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DIY - brewerinspires - Home - Color-Your-Day Creative

Facile  Alors ??? vous aussi cela vous tente??  On coupe des bandes de 3 cm dans ses chutes , ou ses tissus qu'on aime moins.  On les plis en deux et on les coud.  On les retourne ,on les bourre de laine ( des restes de pelotes!!)  Et ensuite on les coud en zigzaguant!!

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Facile Alors ??? vous aussi cela vous tente?? On coupe des bandes de 3 cm dans ses chutes , ou ses tissus qu'on aime moins. On les plis en deux et on les coud. On les retourne ,on les bourre de laine ( des restes de pelotes!!) Et ensuite on les coud en zigzaguant!!

round opposite corners of a square for shape. this card idea is also a good way to use paper scraps.

round opposite corners of a square for shape. this card idea is also a good way to use paper scraps.

Scrap Fabric Bunting...cute outside in the Gazebo

10 decorating ideas for a gorgeous summer solstice party

Mamcatbluequilts show how to make a rag rug from t shirt scraps.  Bet it would work for fabric scraps, too.  Add it to my project list

Mamcatbluequilts show how to make a rag rug from t shirt scraps. Bet it would work for fabric scraps, too. Add it to my project list

Coasters_0370-web,green horned unicorn, project 52, ghu52, challenge, craft, upcycled, recycled, repurposed, felt, fabric, ribbon, scraps, supplies, sewing, stitching, fabric tack, pattern, design, coaster, DIY, make this

Coasters_0370-web,green horned unicorn, project 52, ghu52, challenge, craft, upcycled, recycled, repurposed, felt, fabric, ribbon, scraps, supplies, sewing, stitching, fabric tack, pattern, design, coaster, DIY, make this

Wouldn't this look great in African chitenge fabric? And even I can sew in straight lines...or get a tailor at the local market to do it...on 2nd thought - what great way to contribute to the local economy!

Wouldn't this look great in African chitenge fabric? And even I can sew in straight lines...or get a tailor at the local market to do it...on 2nd thought - what great way to contribute to the local economy!

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