Fabulous Fat Quarter DIY Bag: National Craft Month Project & Giveaway

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FaveCrafts Blog Celebrates National Craft Month

Today’s day 21 in our month long National Craft Month Giveaway. Come visit our blog every day to enter to win a different prize of the day. Find the contest rules and enter below.

Fabulous Fat Quarter DIY Bag

Fabulous Fat Quarter DIY Bag

Today’s featured project is from Jimmy Beans Wool. Do you have a few extra fat quarters left from another project? Try creating this Fabulous Fat Quarter DIY Bag. It’s a great way to use some of your left over fabric and create a fun new accessory.


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Enter to Win Today’s Prize


Today’s prize is from Jimmy Beans Wool. Enter to win a bouquet of Fat Quarters to help you quilt your heart out!


In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

  1. Like the FaveQuilts Facebook page here, AND
  2. Like the Jimmy Beans Wool Facebook page here, AND
  3. Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

How do you use fabric in your crafting projects?

Don’t miss your chance to stock up your craft stash and win more than $2,000 in crafty prizes! There’s something for everyone in this epic craft giveaway…trust us, you don’t want to miss this one! You can enter to win this awesome assortment of prizes once a day throughout the month of March.



  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” both the FaveQuilts Facebook and the Jimmy Beans Wool Facebook pages to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, March 31st, 2014 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.


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  1. Cheryl Burns says

    I just started learning to sew, and there are so many projects that I want to try that request fat quarters, so this would allow me to try something new.

  2. Jennifer Carmer says

    On my greeting cards, I use it to cover the card or as cut-outs on the card or even as border. I also use fabric pieces on a table I decorate in the living room for the season’s & holidays. And also to make ornaments for the tree. I just love working with fabric.

  3. Judith says

    I quilt(not those fancy itty bitty piece kind) and sew(dresses for me cuz I can’t find pear-shape in the stores and pretty girly dresses for my 6 yr old great granddaughter).

  4. Regina Furman says

    I incorporate fabric into a most all my craft ideas. I use it in my card making, sewing (obviously 🙂 ), making my cat his toys, picture frames, collages, etc. I just love all the colors, fibers and textures.

  5. Michele T says

    Beautiful fabrics!! I would make a baby quilt for my friend who is expecting her first! Thanks for the chance!!

  6. Nancy Dear says

    I use fabric mostly for quilts–table runners, wall hangings. I also make purses.

  7. Debbie Boyer says

    I use fabrics in so many ways, and now that I have another grandbaby on the way, I am busy creating all sorts of baby items: quilts, receiving blankets, gowns, bibs, cotton booties, bumper pads, diaper bag, changing pad & carseat cover. When I am not busy sewing baby items for a grandbaby, I am still busy sewing baby items! Of course, I create other items too, such as quilts, Christmas Stockings, clothing, and bags and boxes for storing my fabrics! I am (almost) always prepared to sew or create with my fabric stash!!

  8. Rhonda says

    Quilting is my main passion. I also make soft toys for my grandkids. Thanks for the chance to win some beautiful fabrics!

  9. Shawn M says

    I made a sweater/skirt set with fabric yarn and a simple gathered skirt made from the matching fabric.

  10. Maggie Warren says

    My passion is quilts, large and small, mostly non-traditional, pincushions and more. I adore fabrics and can never have enough around me! Any trip I take with my husband, daughters or friends is not complete unless I return home with fabric in multiples!!!!

  11. Annie Gass says

    I make doll clothes and stuffed animals, quilt, and do all types of counted-thread embroidery. Without fabric crafts my life would be bleak indeed!

  12. Carol R says

    I love fabric and I use it to sew outfits and the scraps I save to make quilts, table runners and bags, as well as cushions.

  13. Carol R says

    I love fabric and I use it to sew outfits and the scraps I save to make quilts, table runners and bags, as well as cushions.

  14. victoria gosbee says

    I like to sew things for my girls ages 6 and 9, whether it’s dresses or doll clothes, I also like to make homemade gifts to give at Christmas.

  15. says

    I have made several wall hangings with fabric. A spring wall hanging is just waiting for the weather to warm up. I also make “prayer quilts” for the sick. Sure would like to win the beautiful fabric. Thank you.

  16. Susan Boyd says

    FABRIC!! QUILTS!! Love the choices that fat quarters give us to fill in a stash/scrap quilt! Or theme quilt. Would love to win!

  17. Sheryl Crowley says

    I love quilting! I just went back to sewing 6 months ago and started quilting right away.
    The last time I sewed was in July of 1978, but I am amazed how fast it all came back to me. I would love to win this beautiful fabric to help with my quilting projects. I find quilting so fun and relaxing after a long day at work and especially enjoy sewing on weekends.

  18. Janine Westlund says

    I have made fabric plants to wedding gowns, and many things inbetween! Quilting is my new love; a baby quilt was the first project (just) completed. Before the quilt, I made a large mug coaster for my hubby and a mug rug for myself. The mug rug was done with a quilt as you go method that was wonderfully easy and fun. Yesterday, I purchased fabric for a panel quilt for my granddaughter with butterflies. I LOVE FABRIC PROJECTS!!!

  19. Elaine Larson says

    I sew tablerunners, coasters, placemats, and anything else I can get on my machines. I never have enough fabric.

  20. says

    Don’t think I have EVER met a fabric that I didn’t love to find a use for. I quilt and make dolls, and love to create them.

  21. Brenda says

    I am either sewing or crocheting. Love to look at fabrics and see how pretty they are.

  22. joanne whipp says

    Love to sew bags, PJ and many different ideas for home decor. Looking forward this year to start quilting!

  23. Jennifer Benavidez says

    I use fabric in various crafts, so it depends on what I am doing. I enjoy looking at the different patterns and colors. Sometimes, it is difficult to decide what I I want to use! I’ve made covered photo albums, simple quilts, framed wedding invitations and lots more.

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