This is a great wall art project using fabric scraps and embroidery hoops, from The Purl Bee. While this project just uses fabric swatches, you could certainly do some embroidery on your scraps to add even more visual interest.
Embroidery hoops might seem like a simple craft material, but did you know just how many craft projects you can use them in? Thankfully, the humble little hoop has a wide array of fun uses, all of whi (Cool Crafts Simple)
DIY: Lampshades with Clear - Throw Away Party Cups
Cover plastic cups in fabric, attach to string lights! What a great idea to use all the yards of fabric pieces and a lot of cups on a string of lights. I can see my granddarlings helping me on this project
old window frame with material behind. Great idea for headboard. Want to do this with one or two of my windows in front bedroom of Lamar house. Paint window frames red and use blue fabrics behind for my red, white and blue color scheme.
i do have lots of cork left over. DIY Cork Memo Board: Inexpensive cork transform into a contemporary office bulletin board. Candy-color pushpins organize invitations, hold business cards, and show off interesting ephemera. (Go to bhg for the how-to.
Display bits of fabric that you like instead of keeping it in a box. Fabric is art in itself. You can find embroidery hoops all the time at garage sales and thrift shops! Maybe even paint the hoops to give a little color to the fabric hoop wall!