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Reduce and Reuse - Fabric Bookmarks

Valentine's day is such a special time to show the ones you love some extra TLC. If you know someone who enjoys cuddling up with a good book, this is a great way to show them how thoughtful you are. The best part about this is that you can use the fabric scraps you already have at home to make these. It is a great way to reduce and reuse.


In 2 of the bookmarks, I used interfacing. Here is the one I used. You have the option to also use a heavy weight interfacing or you can double up on the light weight if you want.


All patterns can be found by scrolling all the way to the end of this post ⬇⬇


HEART SHAPED BOOKMARK

The heart shaped fabric bookmark is especially cute and a thoughtful gift for someone you know who loves to read. It is also unique which makes it extra special.


Here is the video for assembling and making the heart shaped bookmark.



RECTANGULAR FABRIC BOOKMARK

This rectangular fabric bookmark is more traditional but you can "dress it up" a bit by using fun fabric pieces.

Here is a video on how to make it.


SQUARE CORNER FABRIC BOOKMARK

This is an easy 15-minute fabric bookmark that takes hardly any time. You can make many and donate them to your local library!




You can find the video for assembling the fabric pieces here:



Bookmark patterns
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