A quick new sewing tip today: about sewing batting scraps! See how you can get extra batting material for your projects at no additional cost - how to join batting! This is an extremely convenient way to make the most out of your leftover batting pieces. I used this very piece to make a cute little fabric bin (check it out and get your free pattern here). I love scraps, of any kind. Especially when dealing with them means you can sew more of the cute crafty little items - without the need to run to your local fabric shop first!
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It's no secret to any sewing enthusiasts who regularly use batting and fusible felt in their sewing projects: those batting scraps accumulate quickly! Just as fabric scraps do. But while I had tons of use for my fabric scraps, that was not the case with the small pieces of fusible felt. Now, this has changed!
How To Join Batting Scraps
1) Straighten the edges, so there will be no overlapping or holes. Using a rotary cutter helps a lot!
2) Pin, using straight flat pins like these. Pinning will help you keep together the edges you intend to join. You may opt for taping the edges together. Works just as fine!
If you're curoius, I used this very piece to make a cute little fabric bin. Feel free to check it out and get your free pattern here:
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