- Camelia Crinoline uses them for pockets, facings and sew-in interfacing.
- Sigrid, Willy Wagtail, Debbie and Janice mention that fabric scraps are great for stuffing in pillows, cat toys, dog pillows, homemade dolls and for making doll clothes
- Sherry and Lizajane say they're great for art activities in school classrooms.
- Misafir (Ruth) Geldi chucking less than half a meter/yard, and uses the larger pieces to make bias strips and selvedge strips to be used as seam stays.
- Sapotesews has a rubric for deciding how big a piece she'll use, using a waistband piece. "if it's at least that big, it can be useful, but if not, out it goes."
- Alessa pointed out this tute from Colette Patterns on how to make a continuous loop bias tape.
- Knotty Gnome uses the scraps for quilting and Darci just made this duvet cover. The teeny weeny scraps, Darci says, go to Scrap Action.
- Katie sometimes uses the pieces as waxing strips for waxing her eyebrows.
- Sewing Princess used her scraps to stuff a tailor's ham and seam roll. She's curious what to do with past-their-prime stockings -- any tips?
- Sabrina Clementine uses them to make fabric labels for the things she sells.
The Uniform Project LBD is coming along slowly. I've ditched the center back piece entirely, the culprit in my opinion and have replaced it with the left front piece for a better fit. I'm actually pretty psyched about this dress now that I'm over one hurdle. The next hurdle: Figuring out how to sew a concealed button placket.
Happy sewing, all, and thanks for these awesome ideas!