Stash Sewing

9 Mar

So, as part of my stash-down I’m trying to use mostly my fabric stash, too, instead of buying a bunch of new stuff. This week, in the spirit of that, I used up some fabric I had lying around with no particular purpose in mind.

I sewed up three project bags which I will put in my shop during the next update:

I used some old T-shirts to sew a toddler hat – the pattern is from the 2nd Generation T book:

I also put together a little patchwork mug rug and tea wallet for a swap recipient. I had all these little squares from an Etsy listing and I decided to put them to use. I think I’ll make more mug rugs with them, but no more tea wallets, that was too hard sewing through all those layers and seams. But I still like the way these turned out, and I hope my partner does, too:

I’ve also been knitting and spinning, but I’ll save those photos for Friday’s post.

What have you been using from your stash lately?


One Response to “Stash Sewing”


  1. Fiber Arts Friday: Better Late Than Never « Storied Yarns - March 12, 2011

    […] also been doing several sewing projects for my recipient, some of which I have already blogged about.  Another one I just finished today – this one is for my recipient’s daughter. […]

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