These 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.
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
- 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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