Dress Up Hangers with Fabric Scraps |
A Great Use for Leftover Fabric!
Plastic hangers are easy to find and inexpensive, so you may have several in your closet. But, they’re boring and clothes sometimes slip off of them.
Wrap them with fabric scraps to dress them up and to make them non-slip. It’s quick, easy and you can have several hangers finished up in a short period of time.
Plus, pretty hangers make nice gifts. If you’re giving someone you love a beautiful quilt, you can include hangers covered in scraps from the quilt. Or, give a lovely set of hangers with a matching sachet (you’ll find sachet ideas here).
Hanger from Corrieberry Pie.
Start with simple plastic (or wire) hangers, which you can find inexpensively at a dollar store. Cut fabric strips 1/2″ wide and then follow the directions provided by Laura Trevey for a quick finish.
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