Wednesday, October 30, 2013

fabric patches




I've got another simple and fun projects for Brother and their new Scan N Cut machine!

As a mom of an active (and messy toddler) I know how much wear and tear kids clothing can get! That is why I love to spruce up my daughter clothing with simple and colorful patches! Everything from stains to holes can be covered with a patch.

The fun part about the Scan N Cut is that you are able to cut fabric which means creating simple shapes for patches and any sewing project just got really easy! 

 I started by cutting out a variety of shapes from colorful scraps of handmade and store bought fabric.




Next I layered my shapes on top of canvas (for more stability).
Then using my sewing machine I added stitched details to my shapes.


The result are a variety of fun little fabric patches ready to be sewn to clothing!



11 comments:

An_Geli_Ka said...

hi thank you to share this with us...also nice without this proffesional play tool ;-))
greetings from old germany
Angelika

Marianne said...

damage in Europe is not found: (((

rainbowgeckogallery said...

Themore i see of this the more i like it :) luckily christmas and my birthday are in the same week so guess what i've requested:) great work alisa :)

Ronda H said...

Thank you for this post. The machine ooks fairly simple to use. So many uses!

Baukje said...

I've been making creative patches too using pieces of old leather for extra durability. Neat to see I'm not the only one! http://baukjesart.blogspot.ca/2013/10/moms-sweatshop-produces-patches.html

MTR Gaming said...

nice post. i will try to make it

Joan of LLD and ART is A Rhapsody Treasure said...

These patches are Adorable. What a terrific idea.

Anonymous said...

To bad none of the local Brother dealers have any Scan N Cut machines in stock and have no idea when they will be shipped! I want one right now!

Misaloundra said...

It's a nice idea to patch any imperfection... I'll definitely try this.

Kathleen Manning said...

Lovely! Gives me ideas for my old jacket that my 9yo daughter is now wearing. Thanks so much, and great blessings on your new product line endeavor.

Obat Lemah Syahwat said...

Great article and I love

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