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20 Easy Fat Quarter Bundle Sewing Projects to Sew! (all free)


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Do you have a pretty new bundle of fat quarters that you are dying to use? I have that problem all the time! Lucky for all the FQ loving sewists around, I spend a lot of time dreaming up sewing projects that will make the most of a fat quarter. These aren’t projects that use just a 10” square of fabric (although those are fun too!), but sewing projects that use up most of 1 or more fat quarters.

Here is a list of my fat quarter projects that use up most of (up to a whole bundle) fat quarters.

P.S. In case you are wondering – a fat quarter of fabric is a piece that is 18” tall by 20-22” wide. Imagine taking a yard of fabric and cutting it into 4 quarters like you would a pizza. That’s a fat quarter! xoxo

Now on with the list (and I’m going to share a secret at the end)…

I know you’re going to love sewing my free Mug Caddy Pattern – it’s the perfect gift to give yourself or your best friend!

Pochi Pouches

I recently discovered that this pattern is perfect for using up a fat quarter… Or make 2 cute dumpling shaped pouches with 2 coordinating FQ’s!

 

Tiny Bag!

Totally fat quarter friendly. 🙂

Fat Quarter Sized Fold Up Baskets

These are made from 1 fat quarter for the exterior and 1 fat quarter for the interior, with a layer of interfacing in between. Hardly any waste!

Patchwork Shower Curtain using fat quarters

This adorable shower curtain uses 20-25 fat quarters – so grab that bundle and get started!

Bow Tie Baby Quilt

Are you a quilter? This adorable fat quarter friendly quilt uses 4 fat quarters and some backing fabric. Sweet!

Chubby Lunch Tote pattern

This fat quarter friendly pattern takes one fat quarter for the exterior, one for the interior, and some scraps for the handles – get to work!

Quick gift bags

Speaking of bags, let Jennifer Heynen show you how to make some from a fat quarter – this one is genius for the holidays! 

Tea Towel from 2 Fat Quarters

Did you also know you can make your own kitchen towels from your fabric stash?  So pretty!

Cloth Napkins

You can also make cloth napkins from fat quarters. This tutorial shows you two different methods.

Peek a Boo Pouch

This adorable organizing pouch can be sewn entirely from 1 fat quarter  – but I think it’s more fun to switch up the fabrics and make 2 at a time!


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Travel Jewelry Case

Or sew yourself a beautiful jewelry case with 3 coordinating fat quarters! That pattern is free too, just like all the rest.

Fat Quarter Fancy Quilt Pattern

Perfect for your favorite fat quarter bundle!

My first Fat Quarter Fancy quilt pattern is one of my most popular free quilt patterns… and now you get a sequel! Fat Quarter Fancy II, a Free new Fat Quarter Bundle Quilt Pattern.

Sew my beautiful Moroccan inspired quilt, Enchanted, using your favorite fat quarter bundle!

The Fat Quarter Fizz quilt pattern lets you play with light and dark values while using easy fat quarters!

Need a cute bag for lingerie, shoes, make-up, scraps, buttons, or a little bag for any other reason? Sew up my delightful Drawstring Ditty Bag!

Sew up my fast and easy Snappy Tote Bag with some cute fat quarters. It snaps shut and is perfect for holding just a few essentials to grab & go!

Grab your favorite fat quarters and sew this awesome cross body bag with 2 main pockets, a slim third pocket, plus a zipper pocket on the back!

Make your very own face masks that have adjustable ear loops!

Make your own cute DIY Long Zipper Pouch that is long enough to hold pencils, markers, sunglasses, cosmetics, ‘girl supplies’, and more!

Have you read all the way to the bottom to hear my secret??? Well I’m very excited to share that my newest book just came out – Crafty Little Things to Sew!

It has a ton of projects you can make with fat quarters, so I’m sure your going to love it.

xoxo,


P.P.S. If you liked this post, I think you’ll like my 14 Tote Bags You Can Sew in an Afternoon. 🙂

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3 Comments

  1. Thank you very much! I love your projects Caroline. Such cute fabric combinations to make them so special.

  2. How come there are no directions for the "fat quarter fancy quilt"? I would love to make that!!!

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