These bookmarks are made up of three elements of which I have been hanging onto for a long time. Skinny fabric pieces, skinny interfacing pieces and small bits of ribbon. Some fabrics are just too cute to throw away no matter how small, I already have quite a few items I offer from scraps, like mirrors, paperclip bookmarks, magnets, hair accessories, coasters...and more. Now these bookmarks will be offered at some of my upcoming offline events.
This collection of fabric started simply by a leftover and thinking it looks just like a bookmark, the same thing happened with skinny interfacing leftovers too...hmm, fabric for cute and interfacing for body. I have done these in another post a much more involved type of bookmark here, but I wanted fast and simple, so I cut down the steps and made about 40 of these in a few short hours.
My interfacing is medium or heavy weight fusible, so I first fuse to the back side of my fabric, layer with a backing fabric and trim the top with pinking blade or sheers. Pin together to keep the pinked edge lined up. This will be the top and where you will put the ribbon tab. Again mainly relying on scrap ribbon using 11-12 inch piece loop and put edges inside the top of the book mark, inside about 1/2 inch.
These will be raw edged, so your layering would be right side up (interfacing should be sewn on) then your backing fabric should be right side down.