Fabric Projects

Making Shapes with HeatnBond

I am pretty much obsessed with HeatnBond Lite. It’s my favorite way to create crisp, clean shapes for quilts, stitchery projects, pillows, etc. There are pretty much only three items you need to add shapes to a project: a pattern/template, fabric scraps, and of course, HeatnBond Lite Iron-on Adhesive! If you’re using HeatnBond for the […] Read more…

Spring Dot HeatnBond Table Runner

Last spring, I made a simple spring dot table runner.  It was really easy to make all thanks to HeatnBond Lite Iron-On Adhesive. Basically, I started out by cutting thirty neutral 5″ squares: Next, I drew 30 circles onto the paper-side of my HeatnBond Lite.  I just traced around the base of a plastic cup! […] Read more…

Easy No-Pattern Girls Birdie Skirt

Supplies: Fabric for Skirt, I used a fine corduroy Elastic 357-34-04 Corduroy Velvet Aqua 389-18-04 1/8” Velvet 392-58-17 Sheer box pleats Pink Heat N Bond Lite by Therm O Web This skirt is really super easy and doesn’t require a pattern.  It is basically a bunch of rectangles.  The first thing you need to do is take a […] Read more…

HeatnBond Baby Bird Stitcheries

It’s no secret that I love decorating for a nursery.  Last spring, I made some baby bird stitcheries using Therm O Web’s HeatnBond Lite iron-adhesive. It’s my favorite way to applique! To create the sweet shapes I gather my supplies.  This project requires some HeatnBond Lite, scissors, a pen, and a lightbox (or sunlit window). First, […] Read more…

Easy to Sew Coin Purse from Tag Die Cut

Back in November I shared how I made fabric tags for my Christmas packages using the Tim Holtz Tag and Book Plates Sizzix die.  I was looking at one of those tags a few days ago and it struck me how if it were folded in (almost) thirds, it was the perfect size and shape […] Read more…

Sweet Valentine Pillowcase

Finished size is 20”x30” You need 72 3” blocks; you could use up your scraps, and 2 3”x30” solid strips, and a 20”x30” piece for the back. Therm-O-Web HeatNBond Lite May Arts Ribbons 389-18-14, 389-18-17, DD-17, 330-17 Sew all the blocks together in 12 blocks per row. Sew the rows together in pairs. Sew the […] Read more…

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