Today is Tuesday and you know what that means…We’re showcasing a fabric-related tutorial for our readers to try (or tuck away for another day). How many of you have ever ventured beyond the sewing realm with your fabric? I’ve tried a couple of times. Once, I used my favourite Tule print to line the inside of a vintage suitcase for my Waffle Kisses craft show displays and, more recently, I decided to line the back of an antique hutch I was refinishing in chalk paint.
From far away, they look ok. From up close, you can see that maybe I should have started my fabric + mod podge adventure with something on the smaller scale. Luckily, the handmade goodies I stuff inside of my suitcase do a great job of disguising all of those lumps and bumps. For any of our adventurous types out there, this week we’ve found a tutorial that uses mod podge and fabric to create custom fabric Washi Tape. I’m tempted to give it a try and have been ticking off the materials checklist in my head all afternoon. Believe it or not, I don’t think I have any masking tape. If you’d like to try something new with your fabric, check out this great tutorial over at Shey B and let us know know what you come up with. We’d love to see your pics in our Flickr group.