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Zazzle fabric - washable, NO SEW, fabric photo frame crafts tutorial by inventor Kristie Hubler

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Published on Mar 31, 2015

I have uploaded a tutorial for crafters to follow, to make their own washable, NO SEW, FABRIC photo frame, using Zazzle fabric, that has my Paris Eiffel Tower inspired art in repeat pattern, sold at http://zazzle.com/fabricatedframes/fa... also at http://zazzle.com/fabricatedframes/ei... - its also the 126th anniversary of the opening of the Eiffel Tower! The fabric used is at http://www.zazzle.com/paris_eiffel_to..., that has my Paris / Eiffel Tower inspired pointillism art on it, a collage of my Paris Pointillism Cityscape, my Eiffel Tower Pointillism, my Wood Planks Pointillism, and my wine bottle and grapes picnic pointillism, in a basic repeat pattern, the $11.95 fat quarter is all that is needed, for the front panel frame front border or front of the frame, the easel back panel and front strut leg panel that you see when you turn the frame over to the back. The other 7 fabric panels can be made from 1/2 yard solid colored fabric, I used the symphony broadcloth at JoAnn Fabric for $3.99/yard, in a light sky blue that blended into the frame - I recommend using an inconspicuous solid colored fabric, a color that blends in, recedes, and allows for the print fabric to stand out
View other fabric on Zazzle at http://zazzle.com/fabric - the fabric is printed by Manual Woodworked in NC, using pigment based inks, on various cotton, polyester, and linen, for $6 9" x 9" swatches, fat quarters, and by the yard. They give generous widths, starting at 54", to 60" wide, wider than average quilter cotton, and very amazing quality!
I have many craft patterns, for sewing washable photo frames, and no sew, washable, photo frames, frames for 6 sizes, from 1 1/2" x 2 1/2", wallet sized 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" - perfect for wedding and shower favors or place card frames, 4x6", 2 sizes for 5x7", and 8x10", laid out across the combed cotton yard available. You can get 2 different sized frames for the 5x7" photo on a yard of combed cotton for $27.95, or 3 sizes ; 1 1/2" x 2 1/2", 2 1/2" x 3 1/2", and 8x10" on a yard of combed cotton for $27.95
Very minimal supplies and tools are needed for both ways to make the washable, fabric photo frames, and all of the supplies and tools, with the exception of a sewing machine needed to make the sewn, washable, fabric photo frames, can be bought at Michael, JoAnn Fabrics, fabric, quilt, art supply, or craft stores.
NEED TO BUY LIST:
Thermoweb Heat n Bond Ultrahold 17" wide by 5 yard roll at Michaels for $8.99 before sale or 50% coupon - acid free, paper backed, iron on, fabric adhesive, that is ironed to the back of the fabric panel parts - gives structure to the frame, allows frame to stand with strut leg pitched out, keeps edges and corners crisp - can also buy their EZ Print brand at joann.com or thermowebonline, 10 sheet pack 8 1/2 x 11"each, double paper sided, iron on, paper backed fabric adhesive, in Heat n Bond Lite, or Featherlite, for $8, perfect for this project - check for sales or coupons at joann.com or JoAnn Fabrics - your patterns, from the $2 to $5 download printables at http://craftsy.com/user/249669/patter..., will be printed DIRECTLY onto the EZ Print, so all you have to do is print them, cut excess paper away, iron to the back of the fabric, and follow the instructions in this video tutorial.

Follow the instructions in the video, a photo and text, step by step tutorial will be on http://fabricatedframes.blogspot.com and http://kristiehublerartistproductdesi...
Thank you for watching and buying the fabric, and/or the pattern download printables in advance!
Kristie Hubler, inventor of the washable, sewn & washable, NO SEW, fabric photo frames, at fabricatedframes.com and http://craftsy.com/user/2496069/patte...
fabricatedframescom@gmail.com

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