Simple Kid's Wall Hanging to Make with Fabric Remnants

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 – Coordinating Fabric – Fusible Fleece – Backing Fabric – Stick or Dowel – Twine

Step 1: Square up your fabric panel

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

I used another fabric remnant I’d bought in a scrap bag that was long and thin and cut it down to 29″ wide and 7″ high.

Step 2: Create the Hanging loop

Step 3: Fusible Fleece or batting

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.

Step 4: Sew it up!

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).

I sewed all the way around the edge of my panel with a 1/4″ seam allowance and left myself a fairly big 9″ hole at the bottom for turning.

Step 5: Top Stitch & ‘Quilt’

I topstitched using a generous 1/8″ to finish the front and close the turning hole.

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