Fabulous Fabric Projects

Hello friends! Today I’m sharing a round up of projects you can make with fabric. Because we’ve been remodeling my craft room, I had to box up my fabric stash. Wowsers… seeing it all boxed up me realize that I have a slight fabric hoarding problem. I vow to use up some serious fabric as soon as my craft room is done. But in the meantime, I’m collecting project ideas.

To help me, I’ve asked the Wayfair Homemakers to send me their fabulous fabric projects for today’s Housewarming Party. This is a talented group of ladies for sure, and I’m excited to share some great projects with you today.

This fabric-covered clipboard is so cute:

I am kind of obsessed with cute office supplies, so I definitely want to make one now. There’s a step-by-step tutorial too. Yay!

I adore these fabric covered mason jars:

So cute, right? Amanda has a great tutorial so you can make your own. I love the vintage feel of the fabrics she chose.

Next are these no-sew curtains by Roxanne from The Honeycomb Home:

Isn’t her whole space as cute as can be? I love how her curtains add a pop of color!

Memorial Day is right around the corner. How awesome is this patriotic bunting by Jessica Abbott for Joann:

I’ve always loved this type of bunting, but never thought of sewing it myself before.

Jessica is super talented. This stinkin’ cute Madeline dress is on her site, The Sewing Rabbit:

Those are little mermaids! And the pattern mixing? Swoon.

I made this funky Mermaid Blanket for my sister a few years back:

It is still one of my favorite projects ever! So quirky and fun!

These fabric covered button bobby pins from Christina Williams are a great way to use up precious scraps of fabric you adore:

I met Aniko from Place of My Taste at SNAP! Conference a few weeks back. Not only is her site incredible, but she is so nice and gorgeous to boot. Look at the fabric covered lampshade she made for her bedroom:

Gorgeous! I would never have thought of those colors for a bedroom, but I LOVE them! And she has a great tutorial for you if you want to make your own fabric shade.

I love a good knock-off. Jenn at Endlessly Inspired shows you how to make an Anthro heart pillow knock-off and save yourself a wad of cash:

Great work, Jenn! I love how it turned out!

I love this soft watercolor fabric that Elizabeth at Simple Simon and Co. chose for her easy gathered skirt tutorial:

I want one just like it! And side note, I also met Elizabeth at SNAP! Conference. So friendly, awesome and encouraging.

The last fabulous fabric project I’m sharing today is this giant wall art from Snazzy Little Things made from a shower curtain:

I love it! Now I’m going to be searching for cool shower curtains so I can do something similar! So creative.

Hope you’ve been inspired. All I can say is that I can’t wait to get my craft room DONE so I can start making some of these great projects! Have a great day all!


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