How To Make Yarn From Fabric Scraps

We’ve found the perfect use for Fabric Scraps. Turn them into Twine! This is such a great idea and we have a video tutorial to show you how.
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One of the big challenges for crafters must surely be the leftover fabric scraps. Well, today we are sharing an ingenious way that you can use up all of yours. We’re excited to show you how to make Scrap Fabric Twine and you are going to love it!

This is a brilliant upcycle and will also come in very handy for you. You can make spiral rugs, planters, spools, weave to name but a few.

What You Need For Project

All you need for this project is your scrap fabric. It can be left overs or you can even use old pillowcases or t-shirts. Anything will work for this craft.

Make sure that your strips that are no wider than 1″. This is the optimal size for the twisting technique that you will be using.

Scrap Fabric Twine Video Tutorial

via My Poppet, Youtube.

Before we share the projects, we thought it would be helpful for you to learn the steps to making your own at home. Cintia from My Poppet has created a video tutorial that you can follow along with. She shares several clever tips and you are guaranteed to love the results.

Once you know how to make the twine, you can continue scrolling our page to check out the cute collection of projects that we have included for you. To watch the video, click Play above ^

via Tea Rose Home 

Fabric Scrap Twine On A Spool

via Tea Rose Home 

Once you have learned how to refashion your Fabric Scrap Twine, why not create these adorable Spool Ornaments. They are seriously cute and very easy to make.

You can find the details on Tea Rose Home.

via Left 2 The Imagination 

Scrap Fabric Dowels

via Left 2 The Imagination 

Pam from Left 2 The Imagination made several fabulous Scrap Fabric Twine Projects that we found particularly interesting.

These Fabric Twine Dowels are fabulous and he also upcycled an old chandelier with cute light covers made from scrap twine. Find the tutorial here.

via Left To The Imagination 

Fabric Loom Weave

Still, with Pam, we simply had to share with you her Loom.

She has used her Scrap Fabric Twine to weave and create amazing textures. Be sure to check her projects out on her website.

via My Poppet 

Coil Scrap Rug

Another very popular way that you can recycle your fabric is to make a big floor mat. This has a decidedly designer look and will bring a favorite space to life instantly.

Find the details for this project on My Poppet.

via Mark Lipinski 

Fabric Twine Balls

via Mark Lipinski’s Blog

These Twine Balls are stunning and don’t the colors look amazing.

They are featured on Mark Lipinski’s Blog as part of a collection of ideas. They are easy to make and look great!

Fabric Twine Baskets

via Left To The Imagination 

Cintia from My Poppet also has another super cute Scrap Fabric Twine Project for you to try. We love this Fabric Planter and it is very simple to recreate. You can find the details here.

via Practically Functional

Twine Wrapped Pears

via Practically Functional

One of our favorite ideas is without a doubt these Twine Pears. It’s a double upcycle as these Pears are made from old Light Bulbs.

You can find the project details on Practically Functional.

via Handmadera

Fabric Yarn Balls

via Handmadera 

Over on Handmadera, we fell hard for these styrofoam twine balls. It’s another easy project that you can use your scrap fabric twine for. We love the effect and they will look great in a bowl on your table. You can find the details here.

via My Poppet 

Fabric Twine Spiral Mat

via My Poppet 

Cintia from My Poppet certainly comes up with the goods when it comes to unique ways to use your Scrap Fabric Twine. We love these spiral mats and they would be perfect for all your favorite spaces. You can find the details here

via My Poppet 

Handmade Fabric Twine

via My Poppet 

As mentioned earlier, Cintia is the creator behind this Scrap Fabric Twine. We also featured her video tutorial at the top of her post.

She has a number of popular projects on her site that will keep you entertained for hours at a time. You can visit her site here.

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