Scrappy Fabric Pumpkin OrnamentSew simple fabric pumpkin ornaments using scraps of orange or fall fabrics. Make several to hang on hooks or to attach to fall gift baskets for harvest gift-giving.
Blue Jean Halloween ToteAlter a child-size pair of blue jeans into a Halloween treat tote, child's purse, favor, or gift bag. By cutting off the legs and the side seams, the bag is transformed into a miniature tote perfect for a child's hands.
Recycled Bedspread and Bed Spring BunnyWhat better way to give your home a touch of spring than with a bed spring bunny. This bunny head is made using an old chenille bedspread, a recycled bed spring, and a few other odds and ends you probably already have in your craft supplies. The finished bunny stands 11 inches tall.
Primitive Heart Door HangerClearance decorations from one holiday are a wonderful inexpensive craft supply option for others. Recently I purchased plastic candy canes after Christmas. When two candy canes are placed together with their mirrored sides facing, the shape becomes a heart.
Easter Chick From Chenille BedspreadTurn an old yellow bedspread into a whole flock of chicks for Easter or spring decorating. My bedspread was already yellow, but you could easily dye a white one using RIT dye. A 1-foot wide by 2-foot long section is plenty for one chick.
Fabric Pumpkin LightsMake a pumpkin light decoration for fall using a chenille bedspread and an electric Christmas candle light. This lamp will brighten any fall vignette in your home, or stitch on a face for a whimsical Halloween decoration.