No shame if you’ve let it build up because now you get to make a bean bag without having to buy bean bag filling.
This project used up quite a lot of scraps and trimmings so it’s great if you have a ton of leftovers. I made an inner cover and a zippable outer cover so that it could be washed.
If you’re up to a medium-sized project, this footstool is a great place to start.
With just an empty plastic container, leftover fabric scraps, leftover quilt batting, and some glue, you’ll be propping your feet up to relax in no time.
If emptying your thread catcher bin every week sounds like your idea of a doable commitment then this small project will be perfect for you.
A scrap fabric bookmark is not only a fun way to keep those teeny tiny scraps out of the garbage bin but also make great gifts for teachers and book lovers.