If you’re anything like me, you’ve got a stash of fabric scraps just waiting for the perfect project. Well, get ready to turn those remnants into something beautiful and functional – quilted bookmarks! Today, we’ll explore three fantastic ideas from creative bloggers to inspire your own scrap fabric bookmark adventure. These projects are not only easy and quick but also make for heartfelt gifts crafted with lots of love.

  1. Simple and Sweet Fabric Bookmarks:

Our first bookmark project is as easy as it gets, thanks to this tutorial from hereandhome.blogspot.com. Grab two pieces of fabric, cut them into 2 1/2 x 7-inch rectangles, and fuse them with interfacing. Stitch around the edges, leaving the top open for a ribbon. Trim with pinking shears, insert your favorite ribbon, sew along the top, and voila! A charming bookmark that’s perfect for using up those delightful fabric scraps.

  1. Charming Charm Pack Bookmarks:

Do you have charm packs lying around from mini-making adventures? Well, put them to good use with these charming bookmarks by terriesandelin.blogspot.com. Using a foundation fabric, fusible interfacing, and fabric strips, you can create a delightful quilted effect. The tutorial provides clear steps to assemble your bookmarks, and you can customize them with optional ribbons for an extra touch. A perfect project for those who enjoy the precise beauty of charm packs!

  1. Scrap Fabric Bookmark Extravaganza:

For those who love variety, check out the scrap fabric bookmarks tutorial by busybeingjennifer.com. This tutorial takes a quilt-as-you-go approach, allowing you to use up an array of scrap pieces to create a vibrant and textured bookmark. Top it off with mini tassels and twine or ribbon for that extra dash of charm.

Let’s Dive In:

Simple Steps for the Quilted Bookmark Magic:

Regardless of the method you choose, the basic steps remain the same:

  1. Grab some fabric from The Ginger Quilter or some from  your scrap pile
  2. Cut and Fuse: Prepare your fabric scraps, cut them into the desired sizes, and fuse them together using interfacing or batting.
  3. Quilt-As-You-Go: Arrange your scraps on the foundation fabric, sew them in place, and trim the excess.
  4. Add Embellishments: Whether it’s a ribbon, mini tassel, or both, add those finishing touches that make your bookmark uniquely yours.
  5. Top Stitch: Secure everything in place with top stitching, giving your bookmark durability and a polished finish.

 

There you have it – three incredible ways to turn your fabric scraps into adorable quilted bookmarks. These projects are not only a fantastic way to use up leftover fabric but also provide an opportunity to create thoughtful gifts for fellow bookworms or crafty friends. So, gather your scraps, fire up the sewing machine, and embark on a crafting journey that combines creativity, functionality, and a whole lot of heart. Happy crafting!

 

 

 

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