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Look for this project featured in the October 2015 issue of Homespun titled “Wings Clipped”!
Today I have a simple craft and it was simple from start to finish! I ordered some fabric remnants a few years ago with gorgeous color and patterns – I snatched them up as I knew I would never see the discontinued threads again. The colors of the fabric don’t go with anything in my house so I sadly never put them to use. When I found these gold paperclips I decided to pair them with the fabric to make bookmarks!
Cut a strip of fabric as long or short and wide as you want and fold in half with the pattern facing the outside.
Slip the tail ends through the paperclip. Center the folded fabric at the top of the paperclip and with the fabric wrapping around the paperclip pull the fabric tails through the fabric’s loop.
Pull snugly and adjust the fabric so that the pattern is facing one direction. Now you can mark your place in the latest novel that has you staying up long past bedtime!
This project is PERFECT for using up fabric scraps and for simplifying your crafty life!
I am so pleased that this project was featured in the October 2015 issue of Homespun titled “Wings Clipped”:
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