October 24 Scrap Buster ~ Fabric Bookmarks

on October 24 | in Sewing Inspiration | by | with 10 Comments

Fabric Bookmarks by Korby, BlondieBlueEyes

Korby used scraps to create lots of fabric bookmarks. She writes, “My kids helped pick the scraps of fabric that they wanted also they picked the ribbons. They love the bookmarks and I had a really fun time making them.”

We like bookmarks around here! You can add a little fusible interfacing in the middle if you want, and embroidery is always a nice addition. Check out this post for lots of great tutorial links (under Bec’s photo). Have you made fabric bookmarks? Share links, favorite tutorials and related blog posts in the comments!

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10 Responses to October 24 Scrap Buster ~ Fabric Bookmarks

  1. Mel says:

    Korby does rock!

  2. Ricki says:

    What a great idea! Who doesn’t love a new bookmark? :)

  3. Aparna says:

    What a great idea!

  4. Lynne in NC says:

    Awesome! gonna sew some of these for sure.

  5. heather m. says:

    I love how sweet and simple these are, and how fun these would be to make. Especially since I can personalize these so easily to suit any whim I could ever have. And so much fun to find a great project I can do with my children. Love it!

  6. Tong says:

    These will make great little presents!

  7. Grace Wong says:

    pretty!

  8. Abbi says:

    Those are cute and look nice and simple to make! I think they would make fun gifts.

  9. Kathleen C. says:

    I’ve made bookmarks with one fabric on each side, some fusible interfacing, pinked edges and a ribbon on the top. I stitch the fabrics together 1/4″ from the edge and then pink the edges.

    I’ve also used leftover strip sets for bookmarks: I cut a 2-2.5″ wide section of a strip set which was made with various red reproduction fabrics. The strips were various widths, 1/2″ to 1.25″, so the bookmark had a “liberated” look to it.

    Another way to make a bookmark is to use selvages, stitched onto a scrap of fabric as a base. Trim and stitch to a pretty fabric, tucking a ribbon into the top.
    Kathleen C.
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  10. Meg says:

    What a cool idea! I’d never thought of this, but I can totally see myself making these as stocking stuffers this year!

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