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Learn how to use leftover yarns and turn it to a magic ball. Come visit The Ball of Yarn shop (156-A W. Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, Florida 32174), where we can share all tricks about yarns or visit our site at http://www.theballofyarn.com/

Learn how to use leftover yarns and turn it to a magic ball. Come visit The Ball of Yarn shop (156-A W. Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, Florida 32174), where we can share all tricks about yarns or visit our site at http://www.theballofyarn.com/

"Attic Stairs" is a no-thinking-required scrap-buster. As you generate scraps from other projects, cut and toss into 2 piles: one dark and one light. Sew pairs, then trim into final size

from Quilting Daily

Keep your Fabric Stash in Check with String Quilting

Keep your Fabric Stash in Check with String Quilting.String piecing is a fantastic way to use up the long, skinny pieces of fabric you might have left over from trimming quilt blocks, backing, or even as excess binding.

Modern Goodness, what a fun way to use up bits and pieces of your modern stash and scraps

My Poppet shows you how to make a great upcycle; Scrap Fabric Twine Mat Tutorial! For other great Scrap Fabric Projects, Visit our 50+ at Saved By Love Creations: