As a perfect plaid roman shade

Grab a piece of fabric, fold and iron the seams, sew rings for the dowel and hang. Gorgeous! Get tutorial here

As an alternative to painting cabinets

Upholster instead of paint? All you need is fabric, scotch guard & a staple gun for fuzzy cabinets! Get tutorial here

As a skirt for your farmhouse kitchen sink

Reuse a baby bed skirt striped fabric and easily cut and hem, then use double sided tape to adhere it. Get tutorial here

As a hanging dispenser for your plastic bags

Some stiff fabric, elastic band and sewing innovation is all that is required for this neat fabric helper. Get tutorial here

As a cute rug underneath your breakfast table

Paint the pattern of your choice on a canvas drop cloth with Chalk Paint. Get tutorial here

As gorgeous coasters for hot cocoa mugs

You’ll need to layer your favorite fabric over felt with a sewing machine for this project. How cute. Get tutorial here

As a way to cover those plain kitchen mats

Take some fabric and staple it over those awful dollar store mats you use right by your kitchen sink. Get tutorial here

As the background of a kitchen shadow box

Cut canvas fabric to fit into a shadow box, cover it in chicken wire, add hooks and hang your utensils. Get tutorial here

As an improved bright window valance

Why have blinds when you can add a touch of fabric? Measure a plank of wood & staple fabric to it. Get tutorial here