- Canvas - I used 11 x 14
- Main Fabric - I used a Fat Quarter
- Accent Fabric - Mine ended up being a 9 x 9 sheet
- Freezer Paper or Heat N Bond
- Spray Adhesive (not pictured)
- Sewing Supplies - rotary cutter, machine, iron, ironing board
Keep Calm-O-Matic and Photo Shop to create my image. Place your stabilized fabric in your printer (I suggest a test page to make sure your place the fabric in the printer to make sure it prints on the correct side!). Print your image right onto your fabric! Go ahead, it's fun!
Step 3: For my project, my third step had to be to adhere my printed fabric to a second layer of yellow fabric. My fabric was too light and my main fabric showed through too much! I had adhered Heat N Bond to the back of the original yellow piece so I simply ironed it on to another yellow piece. If your fabric is thick enough, just skip this step.
Step 9: Hang up your artwork and admire!!
I was so honored to see that Mica at Confectioneiress hung up my project in her brand new shop! I also entered this project in KoJo's Color My Summer Contest although I didn't win, I was featured on their site! My husband suggested I make a few more, suggesting ideas like "a cookie," or "coffee," perhaps I will make it into a series.
I hope you enjoyed my very first tutorial and I sure hope it made sense. If you have any questions, please let me know!