Easy Sew Kid’s Wall Hanging from a Fabric Remnant

This project is one where I actually knew what I would do with the fabric remnant before I even bought it. I saw it on Ebay and basically the remnant was one big jaggedly cut panel of a big red bus.

Materials Needed

– Fabric Panel with illustration of your choice  – Coordinating long piece of fabric the same width as your main panel and 7″ high – Fusible Fleece or your choice of batting


My panel ended up being 29" x 49" before it was sewn. My final hanging ended up at 27" x 53".

Square up your fabric panel


I used another fabric remnant I’d bought in a scrap bag what was long and thin and cut it down to 29″ wide (same as my fabric panel) and 7″ high.

Create the Hanging loop

Next I folded each of the short ends in twice (towards the wrong side). So I folded it over 1/2″, pressed and then folded another 1/2″. Then I sewed the folds in place.


I ironed the fleece to the back side of the front fabric panel and then after sewing I ironed it from the back to fuse the back fabric down.

Fusible Fleece or batting


I placed my hanging loop along the top of my fabric panel with the raw edges meeting and then pinned the backing fabric down on top (right sides to right sides).

Sew it up!

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