Posts Tagged ‘cotton’

I actually was able to finish this up the other day and give it to Nancy when the office reopened after Christmas.

I am SO HAPPY with how it turned out, but I’m going to make you wait a few minutes while I drop some in-progress pictures. Sorry!

First, I was able to get all the fabric colors I needed (and didn’t already have on-hand from years of collecting scraps) at Jo-Ann, AND I happened to get them at a great sale price — 2 for $3 versus $2.50 each. Score!!

I backed each piece with Heat’n Bond adhesive, just like I did with the felt. First I removed the paper backing from one side of the adhesive and ironed it to the fabric scraps. After it cooled, I removed the paper backing and applied it to my Curio cutting mat — the plastic-to-plastic helped keep the fabric from slipping while cutting. I cut with my Fabric Blade and these settings:

  • Depth: 4
  • Platform: 6
  • Speed: 4
  • Thickness: 25

Here is the pre-assemblage assemblage. I just lined up the cut pieces to get an idea of how boss this project would look, and… Keep reading »


One of a kind!

  • Natural rose quartz donut focal
  • Antiqued silver pewter bee charm and spacer beads
  • 26″ waxed black cotton cord with silver-plated lobster claw clasp
  • Focal dimensions: 1 1/2” long x 1 1/2” wide
  • Necklace total hanging length: 14 3/4


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