They’re Quick, Fun and Lovely Finishing Touches!
Fabric postage stamps are so pretty and add a bit of whimsy to any quilted project. We’ve seen them on bags, pouches, mug rugs, fabric envelopes, and more.
Plus they’re so easy to make and can even become addictive. They’re perfect for those little bits of pretty fabric you’ve been hanging on to.
Start by fussy cutting motifs from fabric scraps. Use fusible web to adhere them to white fabric. Add fusible web to the back of the white so the finished stamp is ready to be applied to your project. Then cut around the outside with pinking shears or a scalloped rotary cutter blade.
Simple! And so much fun. Kellie from Ma & Me Designs provides detailed instructions at the following link. She recommends using HeatnBond UltraHold for the fusible web.
Image Source: The photo at the top of the page is from Down Grapevine Lane.
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