After I posted THIS POST I started hunting around my studio to find some projects I had made up using the fabric that is on sale…. I found some to share with you!
First, SPRINGTIME VINTAGE. I had made SO much more with this fabric, I just adored it, but sadly for you (lucky for the recipients!) I think I've given a lot away…
- The top two cards have some sewing on them, but easy peasy sewing — just pleating the fabric across the page and stitching. And if you didn't want to sew — you could duplicate these cards by using sticky strip to get the pleat without the stitching!
- The bottom two cards are NO SEW cards for those who think buying fabric means having to take out needle and thread : )
- The flower on the lower left hand corner is just a boat load of the fabric hot glued together. Add the Fun Flowers die on to your order to cut those sweet petals!
- The card on the lower right hand corner has frayed edges for some added texture and is tacked down with Big Shot Adhesive Sheets — this is NOT an iron on adhesive, it's a peal and stick adhesive that works great with Fabric.
Second, we have SWEET STITCHES!!! When this fabric came out, I saw it as an opportunity to make some fun items for my sewing area. But I also wanted to prove that it was NOT just for sewing and made a framed piece for above my sewing machine of Landon.
- For the framed piece, I found a picture of Landon wearing a knit sweater — not only does this fabric not need to be for sewing, it doesn't even need to be girly! I die cut circles of fabric and stitched them on the page — you could leaving the sewing part off and just adhere them with the Big Shot Adhesive Sheets.
- Below the framed piece is a sewing apron I made. I'm really not a big sewer and this was my first bigger project. Don't love how it turned out, and I'm sure some of you could do better! But I made specialty pockets for scissors and pens and such…. and added a velcro removable pin cushion. For the fun, chunky ric rack — add the Tasteful Trim die on to your order! Not only is it great for cardstock and cards, it's fabulous for fabric pieces, too!
- To jazz up a plain ironing board, I took a piece of the fabric in this line and pulled it over the ironing board cover. It was super easy, just used a staple gun to attach.
- The last project is a little needle holder! This was a really fun item to make — I did sew it together with some felt.
Here's a look at the needle holder opened up:
So there you have it! Some inspiration of the FABULOUS projects you can create with the .99 sale fabric!!! You get THREE fat quarters for that price… it's a seriously crazy deal, and only while supplies last!
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