Things to Make from Fat Quarters that are Eco Friendly
Are you at home want to do a sewing project? Everyone has a stash of Fabric or cotton fat quarters, what do you do with them? This is a comprehensive list of Eco Friendly Things to make from fat quarters with the help of a sewing machine and some cotton thread.
Its amazing just what you can make from some cotton fabric even if you have only a bit left. To make Eco Friendly Things is even better! You are using left over fabric and you can replace non eco friendly things in your home such as cling film and wipes. These easy quick projects are the perfect sewing makes to use up your stash.
A fat quarter is a quarter of a yard length of fabric when cut on the width of the fabric in half first then halved again. They are cut in such a way to enable more squares of fabric when quilting. When cut this way it makes the quarter of fabric wider than longer in shape hence the word fatter. A fat quarter is 18″ x 22″.
Fat quarters come in a variety of colours and are perfect for all types of projects especially for beginner sewing as well as more fancy makes.
Throw out the non eco dryer sheets that block the drain and make some eco friendly reusable dryer sheets. Your clothes will feel soft and smell great. You can make the dryer sheets with leftover fabrics or fat quarters.
Paper towel alternatives are eco friendly things to make from fat quarters Did you know you can make reusable towels? Paper towels are a handy convenience but they can also be wasteful. So if you want to find an alternative to kitchen roll or just want to limit the number of times you have to go to the store, this is an easy DIY to make your own paper towels to re-use.
Ditch the plastic wrap for reusable bowl covers. Elastic bowl covers are a great eco friendly way of keeping food for longer. They keep leftovers fresh, reduce waste, and save money. This eco friendly alternative will help you ditch the cling film.