Sewing from scraps of fabric
With every sewing project, there are scraps of fabric left over, but they do not have to be thrown away every time! On the contrary, these small pieces of fabric can inspire little sewing projects that you don't usually take the time out for. And even beginners can get some practice with small projects! Therefore, these leftover pieces can be used and the amount of waste is reduced.
Upcycling for the smallest scraps of fabric
So that even the smallest scraps of fabric do not have to go in the bin, you can iron your scraps of fabric on to patches with a little Vliesofix and some manual skill. When ironing, you should make sure that the temperature is not too hot, so that (depending on which patches you have at home) the patches do not melt and fall off. So you can quickly make a child's tears dissapear or stick a chic patch on the injured teddy bear. Your kids will love it.
Sew accessories from the scraps of fabric, for example, a cool clutch that can be made to match your latest dressmaking project and also make great gifts for your loved ones. Maybe even as a hip new colour blocking trend, so you can find the perfect use for the various fabric scraps.
Sewing for the home
From the scraps of fabric, super practical everyday helpers can also be created, which offer sustainable alternatives to disposable goods and which you now have the time to make!
Sewing for the little ones
Make the little ones happy with cute harem trousers and maybe a matching accessory. Or try a colourful organiser with a variety of fabric scraps.