NO SEW Pocket-Sized Fabric Book


This post was inspired by Crafty Staci. She had a whole series of posts in which she used fabric for a "traditional" paper craft. When I saw this post on single-sheet books, I knew I had to try it out in fabric!

I'll admit, the first time was not successful. I used a sheet of felt.
It was much too thick, and the end result was not beautiful, though it
is being re-purposed as a needle book, and does a fine job.

I gave it another shot, using regular fabric and HeatNBond. The result
was quick, easy (can't beat no-sew!), and looks great! Here is what you
need:

- Plain Fabric (a fat quarter is enough for more than one)
- Fabric with a design for cutting out appliques
- HeatNBond Ultra
- Fabric Pen
- Scissors
- Iron

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Tags: book, fabric, no, pocket, sew, sized

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