Simple DIY Kid's Wall Hanging Made from Leftover Fabric

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!


– Fabric remnant – fabric scrap – Backing fabric – Fusible fleece – Stick – Twine

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" (including the hanging loop but not including the twine).

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.

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.

Fusible Fleece or Batting

Sew It Up!

I placed my hanging loop along the top of my fabric panel with the raw edges meeting and then pinned the backing fabric down on top (right sides to right sides).

Top Stitch & ‘Quilt’

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 got turned out properly.