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This is an easy way to bring color into craft room, kitchen or even a bed room.
Wood spools, scraps of fabric and glue gun with glue.
Mat and rotary cutter to cut your fabric into strips.
1.Cut 1 1/2″ wide strip of fabric that measures 5″ long.
2. Apply a bead of glue onto the wooden spool. Glue the raw edge of the fabric strip across the spool.
3.Finger press the other end of the strip under (about 1/4 of an inch) and wrap it firmly around the spool until it overlaps the raw edge.
4.Glue the folded edge over the raw edge of fabric one side at a time and you have a finished spool.
5. You can place spools in a jar or a bowl for display. You can also run a string through the holes of the spool so they will run end to end and you can create a hanging display.
1. Buy silk flower branches from any craft store.
2. Cut leaves out of fabric.
3. Sew fabric leaves on the branches with a zig-zag stitch on your sewing machine.
4. Place branches in a display vase
Riley Blake Designs is the 1st manufacturer of fabric in Utah.
Their high end fabric is young and hip and has been well received in the market place. You can find Riley Blake fabric at quilt stores, fabric stores and craft stores worldwide.
Check out Riley Blake fabrics online at www.rileyblakedesigns.com