Wednesday, December 9, 2015

a tiny helper


in which our plucky heroine shares a favorite helper...

This is an easier adaptation of a useful sewing tool I have made in the past. Instead of making large tags with glue and fabric, this time I simply used fusible web to attach small pieces of chosen potential fabric for my 2016 SWAP to leftover index cards. Then, trim the pieces to a consistent size, punch holes, and they can all be stored on a key ring, leaving them handy to carry with when fabric shopping (or when shopping for RTW). When not in use they can be stored on a pinboard or hook in the sewing area.
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# THINGS MADE THINGS FIXED THINGS GONE
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4 comments:

  1. What a great idea!!
    Thank you
    LizM

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  2. Another fabulous bit of brilliance from Our Intrepid Fashion Iconiste!!!

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  3. So smart! And there's probably room on the back to jot down just how much of that particular fabric is in the stash...
    Thank you for a really neat idea.

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  4. I particularly like the pinstripe swatch

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