I have enough of my daddy in me that I hate to throw something away that "I might can use sometime". Such as a chunk of fabric that's really too small to make something with, but too big to throw out.
I made up some fast, simple aprons a few years ago for my Nursery babies to use over their pretty Sunday clothes, when they played with Play-Doh. I used some type of heavy (but not as heavy as duck cloth/canvas) cotton material my neighbor had given me. I don't know where she got it, but I'd love to get some more. It's perfect for aprons & other children's stuff that needs a certain amount of stability.
Anyway, I got to thinking a few days ago that I could use the leftover scraps of color material to make patchwork double fold bias tape. That way it would give the aprons some color. It would look a little better to put it around the edges and across the top of the apron as well, but too bad, so sad for tonight. That's a next timer.
I won't tell you how to make your own doublefold bias tape. There are a gazillion tutorials out there. Just Google that baby.