You may have noticed by now, it’s Fat Quarter Week. I didn’t exactly plan it, it just happened. What better way to wrap it up than a round-up of great projects from around the ‘net that can be made with a fat quarter or two?
A pincushion may seem an obvious choice, since you can make most of them from a small amount of fabric, but the addition of the Scrap Bag to this Puff Pincushion from Awaiting Ada takes it up a step.
You probably saw my apron yesterday, but there are lots of others out there, including this cute Fat Quarter Apron from Prudent Baby.
With a fat quarter and 20 minutes, you can make this Grocery Bag Holder from Craftiness Is Not Optional.
Tiny shoes always get my attention, so I’d love an excuse to make these Cloth Shoes from Stardust Shoes.
Little gift bags are a great way to use up fabrics you might be having a hard time finding another use for. Check out these Small Treat Totes from AllPeopleQuilt.
This DIY Fat Quarter Bag from Make and Takes would be cute for a little or big girl.
I love the elastic around the inside of this Beach Comber Bag from 2 Little Hooligans to hold all your sunscreen bottles in place. I also love the thought of getting to use sunscreen again.
These Criss-Cross Coasters from Allsorts are so cute, and the color and pattern mixing opportunities are endless.
If you’re still searching for projects that can be made from fat quarters, here’s a few Crafty Staci tutorials that fit the bill:
Thanks for joining me for my informal Fat Quarter Week!