I know you have probably all seen tutorials on how to wrap gifts with fabric such as tying. But what if you don't have enough fabric to tie! So i discovered how you could also to this by sewing. Continue reading to find out!
1. Choose a gift and a piece of fabric
If you only had a few small scraps, you could sew them together and create a cool patch effect. When choosing a fabric, consider who it is for. If it is another crafty friend, you can use smaller pieces and they will be able to creates something else like a pencil bag or a pillow. If it is not a crafty friend, choose a shirt or a scarf to wrap it in.
2. Fold sides to the middle and sew
take the fabric and wrap it around the gift. if the fabric is larger, you may have to circle it a few times. Then where you would put tape on paper, sew a running stitch or a whip stitch. You don't have to sew the entire length just enough to keep it together. Make sure that the stitches will be easily removed.
3. Fold in other sides and sew
like you would paper, fold in the ends to make a triangle, fold it up, and sew a small stitch. Make sure you catch the bottom layer
4. Add a card
If there is room enough for the card between folds, stick it in. if not, you can sew a small stitch in the corner of the card to the front of the package.
5. your finished!
you have now gotten rid of some scraps, wrapped your gift, and are on the road to becoming more green.!