DIY Fabric Scraps Memory Game

    Posted by  ·  November 14, 2015

    This DIY Fabric Scraps Memory Game is a fun handmade game idea! Wrap it up and give it as handmade gift this holiday.   If you have a teen on your gift list this curved zip pouch is a guaranteed hit or make this embroidered needle book in just 30 minutes. Whip up this Christmas Tree banner and make your house extra festive for the holidays.

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    Fabric Scraps Memory Game

    Hey there, Skip to My Lou readers!  I’m Becky from U Create. Like any sewing gal, I have plenty of fabric scraps.  So, I am excited to share with you a fun DIY Memory Game I made for my daughters using only my fabric scraps.

    3x3 fabric squares for memory game

    Supply list:

    • 3″ x 3″ printed fabric scraps (make sure you have a set of each pattern)
    • 3″ x 3″ solid color squares for the backing
    • 3″ x 3″ flannel or felt for the inside
    • pinking shears
    DIY Matching game

    Step #1:  Assemble the squares

    Assemble each square set: print-flannel-backing. This is a good time to make sure you have a match of each print.  I assembled all the squares before I did any sewing.

    Step #2: Start sewing

    Start sewing in one corner, go all the way around the square using a 1/4 inch seam allowance.

    Create kids matching game

    Step #3: Grab the pinking shears.

    Using the pinking shears, cut all the way around the square.  This not only adds a cute zig-zag look, but ensures the fabric won’t fray.Match Game Sewing tutorial

    Step #4: Put the squares in a cute bag or box…or make one.

    We keep our game in a little pouch or wristlet that my daughter found at the mall.  But you could easily make a fun envelope or clutch for this cute little game. This memory game is a great handmade gift for any little one.Children's Matching Game
    I am so glad to be able to share this tutorial with you today.  When you make your own Memory Game come share it with us on Facebook or tag us on Instagram @ucreateblog.

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