These fabric bookmarks are so fun to make and the best bit about them is that they are perfect scrap busters and also a nice way to use just a little piece of your favorite fabric that you’ve been saving for a special project.
They are so easy and quick to make, you could make half a dozen in under an hour, and they make the perfect gift for the book lovers in your life.
Fabric Bookmark PDF Pattern
A PDF pattern with full printable instructions and a template is available to purchase on my Etsy Store at a nominal fee HERE.
At first glance, the recipient might not know what they are and how they work, so I have included a cute little card to print and cut out, and slot into the sleeve of your bookmark.
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE A FABRIC BOOKMARK
- Co-ordinating Thread
- Rotary Cutter, Ruler & Mat
- Point turner (optional)
- Sewing machine – I have this one USE CODE: LEE2022 if buying from Juki Junkies
- Iron – I have this one and this one – I love both
- Ironing Board
SUPPLIES NEEDED TO MAKE A FABRIC BOOKMARK
- (3) 4″ Piece of Fabric
- (3) 3½” Fusible Interfacing (I used Shape Flex SF101)
Please watch my live video to find out how to make a Fabric Bookmark:
See more fun sewing ideas and projects over HERE.
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Thanks so much for joining me! Please leave a comment and let me know how you go, or if you have any questions.
8 thoughts on “How to Make A Fabric Bookmark”
Great little gift idea! Thank you.
Thanks so much, Carolyn! I appreciate you watching my video and popping over here to leave a comment 😊
Thank you very much. Good idea for christmas sock!
Thanks so much, Denise – I think that’s a great idea! Christmas is just around the corner 😊
Enjoyed your video.
Awesome – thanks so much Judy. That was my first live video tutorial, so I was a bit nervous 😊
Love this. Thank you.
Thanks so much Lynn!