Rainbow Fabric Snowflakes

Categories: Gifts, Decor, Holiday, Winter

These Rainbow Fabric Snowflakes are no-sew, using printed cotton fabric, Stick Interfacing, and acrylic paint. Stick is a fusible webbing that can be used to adhere fabrics together, meant for mostly appliques. I wanted to create something intricate with Stick to test how well it bonded with fabric. Since it’s Winter, I chose snowflakes. I painted the snowflakes a rainbow of colors to match my colorful Christmas decorations. You could choose any colors and design you want, and even embellish them more. If you can cut snowflakes from paper, you can cut these snowflakes from fabric. They’re a little more tricky, because of the fabric and Stick interfacing, but with patience, you’ll succeed in making sturdy decorative snowflakes. With ribbon and thread, these fabric snowflakes can be strung together for a garland. Head over to my website, Crafty Lady Abby, to make your own Rainbow Fabric Snowflakes.

What you need to make this project

Materials
Stick Double Sided Fusible Interfacing
1/2 Yard White on white printed cotton
Ribbon
White thread
Supplies
Iron
Ironing board
Small sharp scissors
Large scissors
Clear quilting ruler
Pencil
Acrylic paint
Soft small paint brushes
Paper plate
Hand sewing needle

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Stick Double Sided Fusible Interfacing 20″ Wide X 40 Yard Roll

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Price: $85.99

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