How to make DIY fabric hangers

How to make DIY fabric hangers

everyone welcome back to our YouTube channel today I talk will be fun to you if someone video but this is so beginner friendly so if you've maybe seen my life easy so pushing video or the drawstring bag video this one is just a simple this is also scrap fabric friendly so if you have some fabric scraps which we all do and we all have stashes that we just don't I throw out then you can use this for it this DIY and make some pretty little fabric hangers let's get straight into video but before I do do make sure you have hit the subscribe button then you have sold teamer talents and you can see how I made these the first thing I did for this DIY was I measured out my hanger and I made a template so you can just get on your wooden or plastic hanger and roughly trace out a template using your hanger as a guide and then you can make it as long or as short as you want I also just like to give my fabric and iron so it's nice I'm creased free before I use it I just pinned on my template and I'm just cutting it off with a fabric scissors so I am just earning a small hem to the top piece you're gonna have two pieces of fabric this hem is for your hanger so the metal part of your hanger is gonna keep true so you're giving this a hem so that's a fabric won't fray on you so I just folded it over oranga fold it again and then I just want a tiny straight strip straight stitch across I'm now just cutting out a piece of fabric under shoes and some scraps and I'm cutting out a pocket so I'm adding a pocket to my fabric hanger a pocket is great because you can pop in maybe you have a certain dress that needs you know bra straps or tights you can pop in the little pocket so I'm just ironing the three corners I'm also gonna hem the top as well you'll see how I do it and then I'm gonna stick it on to the center of my hanger [Applause] [Applause] so I am just going to find the center on the front part and then I'm going to pin it on with some pins and then I'm gonna sew it all the way around obviously not the top where your hem is because you don't want to sell your pocket clothes but I have done that in the past so if you do don't worry I have also made that mistake so I am just trimming off any loose threads so you are gonna place the two right sides together and you are going to sew around I left putting a hem on to the end this is just all your hair movie there right kind of length the whole way around so two right sides together and then take it to the machine well I am just snipping the edges of the fabric so anywhere where there is a curve this is just so when you turn it inside out the fabric is gonna sit better you can also earn your scenes flocked at this stage as well so why then just fold it over the fabric and I added a hem I folded it over once I earned it fold it over for a second time I earned it and then I took it to the Machine and gave it a nice even hem [Applause] once you are finished sewing we can turn everything right way out trim your whiskers and give it one last iron before popping it onto your hanger I made the hangers I hope it was as easy I hope I made it look easy to follow because Academy higher trying to film and so at the same time I love the fabric Harris prints they're actually one of the first things I learned to made when I I don't sew on classes when I first learned so I'm actually gonna put the Instagram hair for my sewing teacher I haven't done some class in years I am basically Mary got me started with sewing and one of these was like she taught me how to make one of these I've seen them off though I have one or two selling books as well and but I just think they're a fun idea and you can add a little pocket or if you don't want to little pocket the pocket is good especially if you have dresses that you need like maybe bra straps or certain tights and you want to pop them into the little pocket so it is quite fun you can customize this you could actually even add some embroidery as well so I don't know maybe these could be like a formal wedding present you know sometimes people have my personalized hangers or something you could maybe just add embroidery to the front pocket and if you wanted to personalize them that's it for this week as I mentioned earlier in video I also have some other easy so beginner friendly solving videos because right now what can we hire them to begin and when you're starting to something that you like or kind of making so I'll pop them on the end of this video at the end screen and I'll pop those who yours in there please give this video and shieet thumbs up if you enjoyed it I'm also so to my channel if you are new and I will catch you in next week's video bye everyone

48 Replies to “How to make DIY fabric hangers”

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  2. Thanks a lot for this nice video.I'll try to do this later by myself β™₯️β™₯️β™₯οΈπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‡¬πŸ‡·


  4. Hi, I only started watching you yesterday, really enjoyed it So far , the coat hanger looks lovely, I have subscribed xx

  5. These are gorgeous and fabulous choice of fabrics . So pretty just like everything else in your beautiful home

  6. Well done, both the hanger and the video. I think making it a bit longer for a deeper pocket and put a thin Velcro on the pocket top might be nice for some uses/dresses. There are so many things, like you said, that can come from this neat project. I like how your assistant made a cameo at the machine. Or is that your director? <3

  7. I have an open rack for my clothes and all the miss-matched hangers bother me… This might be what they need!!

  8. These would make great mothers day gifts. My daughter wants to learn to sew so these would be a good project for her to try too x

  9. Such a brilliant idea and u make it look easy. Looks very lovely. Thanks for sharing. It always such a joy to watch your videos. πŸ’•

  10. Sooo pretty. Those will look so much prettier in your closet, rather than plain hangers. I love it, and I love the fabrics. Thank you so much for sharing 😊😊😊.

  11. I love this very much. I also love the fabric you used. I remember when I graduated from high school my aunt gave me a hanger that held lingerie to hang in the closet. It was like this except the bottom was sewn closed to hold the lingerie or stockings. πŸ™‚ <3 Becki

  12. I recognise that fabric πŸ˜€ well done. It makes ugly coat hangers look great and I love the little pocket idea.

  13. Those are the only hanger covers that I would use. They can be taken off and washed. Great video. Thank you.πŸŽ€πŸŒΈπŸ‡πŸ‡πŸŒΊπŸŒ·πŸŒΉπŸ’πŸ£πŸπŸžπŸˆ

  14. πŸ’—it!!! I would use it as decor in my closet n add my fave potpourri scent in the pocket. Great for gifts to my friends… Thank for sharing!!!πŸ’™βœŒ

  15. I love this and the addition of the pocket. I have so many mismatched hangers and an exposed clothes rail. Will give this a try

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