Simple DIY Children's Wall Hanging Made from a Fabric Remnant

A quick one-hour project for a kid's room wall hanging using a fabric panel and a few other materials, including a stick from your garden!

Materials Used: Children's Wall Hanging Made from a Fabric Remnant

– Fabric panel – Fusible fleece – Backing fabric – Stick – Twine

Step 1: Square Up your Fabric Panel

My panel ended up being 29" x 17" before it was sewn. My final hanging ended up at 27" x 20".

Step 2: Create the Hanging Loop

I used another fabric remnant I’d bought in a scrap bag that was long and thin and cut it down to 29" wide (same as my fabric panel) and 7" high.

Step 3: Fusible Fleece or Batting

I ironed the fleece to the back side of the front fabric panel, and then after sewing, I ironed it from the back to fuse the back fabric down.

I sewed all the way around the edge of my panel with a 1/4" seam allowance and left myself a fairly big 9" hole at the bottom for turning.

Step 4: Sew It Up!

After trimming the seams at the corners, I turned my panel right sides out and used a chopstick to poke the corners and make sure they were turned out properly.

Step 5: Top Stitch & ‘Quilt’