cut 18 x18 or larger pieces of plywood, home depot cuts them for you wrapped in fabric remnants...Love this idea

cut 18 x18 or larger pieces of plywood, home depot cuts them for you wrapped in fabric remnants...Love this idea

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I want to make these out of something a little sheer and put them on a shirt to be worn under a cardigan. Cute idea!

I want to make these out of something a little sheer and put them on a shirt to be worn under a cardigan. Cute idea!

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downloadable fabric remnant labels, perfect for recording fibre content and washing instructions
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Pretty Felt Butterfly Pillow.   Rather than spend a fortune on designer pillows, make this easy-sew butterfly pillow from fabric remnants or embellishments. Here, an ordinary aqua accent pillow takes flight with pretty felt cutouts.   Instructions for the felt butterfly pillow

Pretty Felt Butterfly Pillow. Rather than spend a fortune on designer pillows, make this easy-sew butterfly pillow from fabric remnants or embellishments. Here, an ordinary aqua accent pillow takes flight with pretty felt cutouts. Instructions for the felt butterfly pillow

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More than 100 things to do with fabric remnants and scraps.
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beautiful fabric necklaces from scrap fabric, contrasting floss or thread - so much color - try making these!

beautiful fabric necklaces from scrap fabric, contrasting floss or thread - so much color - try making these!

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Etsy shop owner Denise DuBois (House on the Hill Quilts) loves making pillows from her old sweaters and her stash of fabric remnants and notions. “Cotton sweaters work the best for me,” she says. “They don’t stretch as much as polyester or wool and, best of all, they won’t pill!” Cable-knit sweaters in particular make smart-looking contemporary designs. Here, DuBois machine-quilted a panel cut from an old sweater to a piece of cotton batting and some fabric backing so that the pillow…

Etsy shop owner Denise DuBois (House on the Hill Quilts) loves making pillows from her old sweaters and her stash of fabric remnants and notions. “Cotton sweaters work the best for me,” she says. “They don’t stretch as much as polyester or wool and, best of all, they won’t pill!” Cable-knit sweaters in particular make smart-looking contemporary designs. Here, DuBois machine-quilted a panel cut from an old sweater to a piece of cotton batting and some fabric backing so that the pillow…

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