Looking for easy and fun things to use up your fabric scrap? Then look no further, here is an easy corner bookmark sewing pattern that is not only quick to work up but is a very useful thing for the avid reader in you.
These fabric bookmarks has been designed for my son, who is a voracious reader. He is always into reading and uses random things like his pen, comb or even certain chunkier things to bookmark his pages. But, being an ardent sewist who loves everything neat clean and organized, I decided to sew a cute and neat corner bookmark for him.
These bookmarks are again one of my easy sewing projects that any beginner can try. There are no complicated pieces to be cut or complicated edges to be sewn. These DIY bookmarks can be made by a few square pieces of fabric and interfacing put together. They are so easy that once you get the practice, you can sew them in 10 minutes. So, join me as I walk you through the quick tutorial.
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Easy Corner Bookmark Sewing Pattern
- Fabric scrap in a desired color and print for the bookmark front and back.
- Fabric scraps in a coordinating color and print for the bookmark pocket
- Medium-weight fusible interfacing.
- Sewing Notions
Two 4 x 4-inch squares for the bookmark front and back
One 4 x 4 inch square for the bookmark pocket.
Two 4 x 4-inch squares from the interfacing.
Let’s sew the pocket to the bookmark.
Click below for the video tutorial:
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