Make Pretty and Useful Fabric Trays from Scraps

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They’re Charming in Any Color Combination!

Little fabric trays are so useful for holding lots of odds and ends in your sewing room, or around your home. They also make lovely gifts for just about any occasion.

These are made with 2 1/2″ squares for a pretty patchwork look. This is a great project for scraps or use mini charms squares or pieces cut from leftover jelly roll strips.

Patchwork Fabric Tray Tutorial

Learn more about the tray above here.

Plus they’re easy and quick. You can have several made in just a few hours.

Patchwork Fabric Tray Tutorial

The completed trays, designed by Lisa Cox from A Spoonful of Sugar, are 3.5 inches x 3.5 inches at the base, and 1 1/4 inches high.

Click here for the free “Patchwork Fabric Tray” tutorial.


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