19 fabric crafts diy no sew ideas

How to Make a Scrunchie 3 Different Ways

Ever wondered how to make a scrunchie? We’ll show you 3 different ways including one no-sew method to make as many scrunchies as needed.

No Sew Projects To Make and Sell ~ Cassie Smallwood

Ideas and tutorials for how to make simple no sew crafts to sell. Fun products you can use to make money on Etsy, Amazon Handmade, or at craft fairs. These awesome no sew projects you can make and sell will earn you the extra money you’ve been wanting as you DIY your way to a new business! 20 simple no sew projects to make and sell for extra money in your Etsy shop or at craft fairs. Tutorials and tips for how to make these fun and easy DIY product ideas to make selling your handmade items an awesome way to make cash for your family. Great to sell online or in a craft booth!

DIY Fabric Floral Garland

diy fabric floral garland | diy fabric flowers no sew | flower garland | diy fabric flowers See how I made this DIY fabric floral garland from inexpensive linen samples. It adds the perfect rustic touch to our farmhouse style nursery.

DIY No Sew Fleece Blanket Tutorial

Baby, it’s cold outside! Follow my step-by-step no sew fleece blanket tutorial to make a warm and cozy blanket to give as a gift or keep for yourself!

DOLLAR TREE Fabric Pumpkins using toilet paper

How To Make Fabric Pumpkins In this tutorial, I share 4 different ways to Make Fabric Pumpkins using Dollar Tree supplies. These fabric pumpkins are made with basic household items and craft supplies (you

How to Make a Fabric Garland – Easy No-Sew DIY – Joyful Derivatives

DIY No-Sew Fabric Garland Create a fun and festive garland with left over or seasonally-colored fabric with this super easy DIY fabric garland tutorial! Our step-by-step guide for how to make a fabric garland … Read moreHow to Make a Fabric Garland – Easy No-Sew DIY

DIY Hair Bows: No Sew Fabric Hair Bows Tutorial | Sweet Red Poppy

Looking to Make your DIY Hair Bows? Click here now for the step by step no sew hair bows tutorial by top US craft blog, Sweet Red Poppy!

No-Sew DIY Burlap Roses – Six Clever Sisters

NO-SEW DIY Burlap Roses – step-by-step photo instructions and video tutorial! Make these rustic DIY burlap roses in just one minute!

20 Fun No-Sew Fabric Crafts – Little Red Window

20 Fun No-Sew Fabric Crafts | littleredwindow.com 20 Fun No-Sew Fabric Crafts from some amazing bloggers, curated by littleredwindow.com!

DIY No-Sew Reversible Cloth Napkins

The queen of no-sew projects is back and I’m excited to share this EASY DIY No-Sew Reversible Cloth Napkin tutorial with you today. That’s right, even if you can’t sew, it’s no biggie! Can’t cut a straight line? Me either! No need to even have a skill in that! Each diy no-sew napkin should take [] Pin It

Roll Up Pencil Case Sewing Pattern PDF

Learn how to make your own Japanese Roll Up Pencil Case with this Easy Beginner Level PDF Sewing Pattern. Not only it is a fun project to make beautiful gifts, it’s also a great way to use up fabric scraps or to give a new life to a garment you loved, that still brings great fabric. Objective Zero Waste. Last, but not least, it’s fat quarter friendly! With the same pattern you can create: – a Small Japanese Roll Pencil Case, to store and bring with you pens, pencils and small tools; – a Medium Japanese Roll Pencil Case, to store brushes and markers. ————————————————– You will download two 11 pages PDFs: – Sakura Roll Up Case Sewing Pattern in A4 – Sakura Roll Up Case Sewing Pattern in US Letter ————————————————– Material needed: Outer fabric: Cotton 50 cm x 30 cm (19.6” x 11.8”) Lining fabric: Cotton a piece of at least 60 cm x 30 cm (19.6” x 27.5”) Interfacing: a piece of 20 cm x 22 cm (7.7” x 8.6”) Cord or ribbon for the closure: 2 pieces 32 cm (12.5”) long each Matching thread Together with the actual pattern you will get illustrated, easy to follow, step-by-step instructions from cutting your fabric to your finished product. Skills Level: Beginner – Easy Finished sizes: Size S: Height is 18 cm (7.1”) Open width: 19 cm (7.4”) Rolled up width: 6 cm (2.3”) Size M: Height is 22 cm (8.6”) Open width: 19 cm (7.4”) Rolled up width: 6 cm (2.3”) Visit my shop here, where you can find many other easy sewing patterns: https://www.etsy.com/ch-en/shop/BethaBags

How to Make a No-Sew Baby Blanket with Minky Fabric – Cutesy Crafts

Learn how to make a no-sew baby blanket with minky fabric! You can make a baby blanket with a beautiful edge without sewing a stitch! So easy and a great gift!

DIY No-Sew Fabric Pumpkins

Learn how to make a no-sew baby blanket with minky fabric! You can make a baby blanket with a beautiful edge without sewing a stitch! So easy and a great gift!

DIY Hair Bows: No Sew Fabric Hair Bows Tutorial | Sweet Red Poppy

Looking to Make your DIY Hair Bows? Click here now for the step by step no sew hair bows tutorial by top US craft blog, Sweet Red Poppy!

No Sew Flannel Throw Blanket – Ella Claire

This easy DIY no-sew flannel blanket with a cute knotted fringe edge is an inexpensive and beautiful fall decor piece for layering on a cozy couch, chair, bench, or even a table. Supplies 1 1/2 to 2 yards of flannel or fleece of choice good, sharp sewing scissors (find mine here) measuring tape (optional) Flannel or…Read More

Pretty Me Up// No-Sew Pretty Pouch DIY!

We all know we have that little girl inside us that gets us bubbly during the high points in life, so this no-sew darling of a pouch is just for that special inner youngster in you or the little girl in your family.Plus, it’s made from scrap fabric! What’s not to love? 🙂 It’s great to stow in just about anything. Makeup, jewelry, stationery, knick-knacks and the sorts! I decided that I wanted to gift one to my little cousin sister, so I began working as soon as the idea struck, this is that easy! I promise! Here’s what you need! 1. Begin by lining the wrong side of your scrap fabric with duct tape. You’ll want to do the same to both the fabric scraps. 2. Here’s what your scraps should look like after you make the “duct tape lining”. 3. Get your stapler fired up and staple along in as-a-straight line as possible along the both the smaller sides of the rectangles and one longer side. This will leave you with one edge open which would be used to insert your belongings! 4. Like in the picture below, cover all the stapled edges with some more duct tape because we don’t want all those spiteful staples poking our fingers everytime! 5. Add the adhesive velcro on the inside open edges and adhesive lace onto the outside open edges as a trim. If you don’t have adhesive lace, just use fabric glue/ liquid stitch to secure the lace! And we’re ready! Here’s how I gave this to my little cousin. With the cute stationery inside! Nothing like a cute eraser decked with sweet washi tape! And some fabulous washi tape-d pencils to match! And my cousin’s reaction? Priceless. “You MADE THIS? MAYYYY-DE?!” I’m currently swooning over that lace detailing. You can get lace like that at cutetape.com. They have the most delicious washi tape designs as well! And nope, this aint no sponsored post ladies! Here’s something sweet for you to pin! ……………………………………………………………….. Hop over at my Pinterest and Facebook page to join me on an inspiration ride or subscribe to Craft A Doodle Doo to get free updates or downright amazing DIYs, freebies, the best of beauty and tastebud tickler recipes! ………………………………………………………………. Check out all my other DIYs here! Love you peeps! Nash xoxo

No-sew fleece blanket without the bulky knots!

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No Sew Fabric Pumpkins {tutorial}

Ginger Snap Crafts: No Sew Fabric Pumpkins {tutorial} Thanks for much to Fairfield World for supplying product for this post! 🙂 Good morning! I would love to wish a big happy birthday to Fairfield World. Fairfield World is celebrating its 80th birthday this year! Yay! Annnnd I am excited to be participating in the 80 Days of Poly-Fil to celebrate. I am joining over 80 bloggers sharing a fun tutorial using Poly-fil over the next two months. Follow these hashtags to see more #fairfield80 #polyfil #poly-fil #FFWcelebration. Since fall is in the air, I decided to make some easy peasy No Sew Fabric Pumpkins using Poly-fil. Let me show you how! 🙂 For this project you will need: Poly-fil one fat quarter fabric twine wood or tree stem cut to size scissors empty cardboard roll (toilet paper, paper towel roll, etc..) First, you will lay out your fat quarter. Set your fabric tube in the middle. I trimmed mine down a little bit. Honestly, it ended up being about the size of a toilet paper roll tube. I probably should of just grabbed one of those. ha! 🙂 Next, put a little bit of Poly-fil around the tube. I kind of played with the amount until my pumpkin looked just right. Next, you’ll tuck the fabric into the top of the tube working around until you get all the fabric tucked inside. It will look something like this. Stick your block of wood inside your tube to hold everything in place. Then tie some twine around the “stem”. So cute! All done! 🙂 Really, can you have too many pumpkins? I think not! ha! Let me know if you try out this tutorial. I’d love to see your pumpkins, too! 🙂 Annnnnd once again.happy birthday Fairfield! 🙂 Enjoy these other pumpkin inspired projects. Click the link or the picture for the tutorial. Enjoy! Hexagon Jack O Lanterns Cute Pumpkin Gift Idea Lighted Pumpkin Sign Please pin the post for later! 🙂 Connect with me on facebook or instagram. Question or comment? Shoot me an email at ginger@gingersnapcrafts.com. 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by my blog! If this is your first time visiting, I’d love to keep in touch. .

How To No-Sew The Best Heating Pad For Great Gifts

Need an easy DIY gift? Then you need to make this No-Sew Best Heating Pad! It’s not only super cheap but super easy to make! Start DIYing today!