Use Your Fabric Scraps to Make Your Own Fabric Jewelry

Free Directions and Information to Create Your Own Fabric Jewelry

The summer 2010 American Sewing Guild Magazine, Notions carried an intriguing article about making fabric Jewelry by Heidi Pridemore. The projects use such small scraps of fabric that I had to find out more. The links listed here will spur your imagination and have you saving every single scrap of fabric... just in case you weren't already.

  • 01 of 07

    Directions to Use Fabric Scraps to Make Fabric Bead - - Fabric Bead Earrings

    Liberty Fabric Bamboo Wood Earrings
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    These fabric slice earrings are made with your smallest fabric scraps and make multiple pairs at a time. Combine colors and have a pair to match very outfit you own, as well as a gift for any occasion.

  • 02 of 07

    Fiber and Mixed Media Jewelry Making

    Jewelry making guide Tammy Powley has a wealth of information on using various fibers to create jewelry. You'll use up ribbon and more in no time flat with her information.

  • 03 of 07

    I love this necklace and the ideas it spurs! You'll be using up fabric and who would have thought, you could turn fabric into metal... amazing!

  • 04 of 07

    This great, simple necklace, will not only use those small fabric scraps, you can raid your button collection to finish it off. I'm picturing a round bead on to of the buttons... maybe!

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  • 05 of 07

    This neat necklace is a great way to use up scraps of fabric AND those metallic or fancy threads. This is a great way to make a colorful necklace with endless possibilities. This is a great way to make a colorful necklace with endless possibilities.

  • 06 of 07

    We all have tee shirts that we don't want to part with... this tutorial will put those tee shirts to a good use... and you'll be wearing them in a whole new way!

  • 07 of 07

    I love the simplicity of these easy to follow directions. This necklace can be a single color and have a splash of color to coordinate with a specific outfit or dress up a multitude of outfits.