Saturday, August 15, 2009

Fabric Links

For today, a few fabric links...since fabric is SO hot lately. :o)

Printing on Fabric:

Printing fabric--great instructions (with freezer paper) by Kathy
& a search on Kathy's blog for "fabric" (such stunning work!)
found thanks to Lynn's fab fabric flowers SCS challenge

Printing on Fabric

Printing/stamping Fabric Alternatives:

--StickStock (Specialty papers) by Close to my Heart the ink really shows nicely.

--Claudine Hellmuth's adhesive-backed canvas is printable too
(Here's a new CHA Summer 2009 demo video where she stamps on it)

--Grungepaper by Tim Holtz
--Pabric (never tried it but it looks cool!)

Pen & Ink & watercolours on muslin (tutorial) by Abby
Fabric embellishments by charmedgirl77
Stamped T-shirts by Mackenzie (too cool!)
DIY fabric stamp pad by Jezze (fabric paint)
Design sponge makes wicked stamped tea towels

Pink Cat fabric challenge

Stamping on Velvet
alcohol inks on fabric from joggle.com
& their stamping on fabric article
Yoli's alcohol ink scarves tutorial
Kristin's easy fabric printing tutorial (homemade stamps!)

Cuttlebug:

Cuttlebugged fabric


Fabric flowers by Allison, Christine & Nathalia
Leather in the Cuttlebug by Terrie

Cuttlebugged felt:


Needle sharpening pin cushion from Crafty Pod (clever!)

Die cutting fabric in the Cuttlebug

Copics on Fabric:

Stamped, Copic coloured, & Cuttlebugged fabric:


Nichole's fabric (with Nestabilities & Copics) tutorial & (links to gorgeous DT fabric work too)
Suzanne's stamping & Copics on fabric tutorial (video)

Cricut:

fabric in the Cricut (video)

Fabric boxes:
Fabric panels for boxes:


How to make a fabric gift box (very little sewing) by cyberseams

Thanks so much for stopping in! :o)


5 comments:

Dawn said...

thanks kiddo! great links =)

Kim Nath said...

Not only are you superbly talented but I think you are a mind reader as well. I have been thinking of using fabric for a project and your resources are just what I was looking for. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hi Mel hot here hope ur well...lots of info on your post today, love lady

Elena said...

Thank you so much for sharing all the links and tutorials!

Anonymous said...

I'm not clear,So with cuddlebug can you cut paper AND fabric?