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11 Fabric Crafts

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

Working with beautiful fabrics is one of our passions! There are sew (he, he) many fabric projects beyond creating quilts, home décor, and apparel. We have put together a list of fabric crafts that are both fun and easy to make! Most of these creative fabric projects do not require sewing. Check-out the ideas below for fabric craft inspiration.

 

Decoupage Fabric Projects

Decoupage is an easy craft to master. The name “decoupage” is derived from the French word “découper,” which means to cut out or cut from something else. Fabric is cut and then applied directly to the object using special paste or glue. No sewing necessary! Mod Podge is a popular decoupage paste. There are many, many different fabric craft options and tutorials on their site. Wouldn’t Anna Maria Horner’s Welcome Home fabric look amazing on furniture? Check-out this tutorial for how to decoupage fabric to wood furniture.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Fabric Jam Jar Covers

Add a personal touch to your summer food canning with an adorable fabric jam jar cover. The Walkerland blog has created a super easy step-by-step tutorial on how to create this fabric craft. Your fabric stash can easily be used for this project. If you’re looking for food themed fabric, check-out the Under the Apple Tree collection from Cotton + Steel Fabrics.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Fabric Flower Rosette

Creating a fabric flower rosette is quick and easy. This 5 Minute Fabric Rosette tutorial was created by the Sweet C’s blog. This fabric craft requires just one fat quarter of fabric and a little Mod Podge (check-out the decoupage information above to find-out more about this fun craft paste). These beautiful flowers are a great size for hair clips, pins, and even home décor embellishments. The Flutter By fabric collection from Dashwood Studio would work nicely with this project!

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Fabric Shoelaces

Fabric shoelaces will add a little fun and color to your kicks! The Pima blog has created the easiest fabric craft shoelace tutorial! This fabric project requires a little sewing, but just a straight stitch so it is super beginner friendly. Colorful shoelaces are an easy way to add more flair to your shoes. This is a great sewing project to give as a gift. We think any fabrics from Ruby Star Society would work well for this fabric DIY.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Rag Bunting

Here is another fabric scrap friendly craft and no sewing is required! This Easy No Sew Rag Bunting craft project was created by the Upcycle My Stuff blog. This tutorial includes a construction video to guide you through the craft steps. Use fabrics from your stash or from a fat quarter bundle to create a beautiful home décor sewing project.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Fabric Yarn

Both knitters and crocheters will love this project! Creating fabric yarn is a simple fabric craft. This rag yarn tutorial from the Interweave blog will show you how to create yarn from fabric. There are many, many different projects that can be created using fabric yarn. Rugs, bowls, and baskets are just a few project ideas. Cloud 9 Fabrics are a wonderful weight for this fabric project.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Handwritten Recipe Tea Towel

A handwritten recipe tea towel is such a great gift! Thistlewood Farms has created a tutorial that is well-written and very easy to follow. With just a towel, a recipe, and your computer, you will create a personalized gift for a special person. We love handmade gifts! Check-out our toweling fabric for this DIY fabric project.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Fabric Feathers

This fabric craft is simple to make and creates the most beautiful feather. The Pillar Box Blue blog has created this fabric feather tutorial. Yarn dyed woven fabric works best for this project. When finished, these stunning feathers can be used to decorate your home, as a gift, or even for clothing. The possibilities are endless with this fabric project!

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Fabric Covered Button Bobby Pins

Here is a fabric project that will create fun hair bobby pins! Both kids and adults will enjoy these DIY fabric craft hair accessories. Cut, Cut, Craft has created this fabric covered button bobby pin tutorial. This no-sew tutorial is perfect for scraps! Fussy-cut your fabric to highlight the design on the bobby pin.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Fabric Wall Art

There is so much artistry and design that goes into creating fabric. Creating fabric wall art from beautiful fabric panels will add lovely décor to your home. The DIY Projects blog has created the Quick & Easy Fabric Wall Art Home Decor Ideas tutorial to walk you through the process of creating fabric wall art. All you need for this fabric project is a cork board, fabric, and a staple gun. Alison Glass’s Art Theory fabric panels would make beautiful wall art pieces.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

Hanging Fabric Lanterns

Even Martha Stewart – the queen of home projects and crafting – has a great fabric craft project! Check-out her Sheer Delight Hanging Fabric Lanterns tutorial for all the details. A little bit of straight-stitch sewing is required for the project. In addition, you will need sheer fabric, patterned fabric, needle and thread, pliers, an embroidery hoop, masking tape, a wooden dowel, embroidery floss, and ribbon. There are a few more supplies required for this fabric craft project, but the results are stunning! These hanging fabric lanterns will add beauty to any room – both inside and out.

11 Fabric Crafts and Projects | Little Fabric Shop Blog

 

We hope you have enjoyed these fabric craft ideas! If you make any, tag us on Instagram @little.fabric.shop so we can see and share your work. If you need help with a fabric project or would like to request a blog or tutorial topic, please let us know at hello@littlefabricshop.com - We love to hear from you! Happy Sewing!!