I love making my own fabric that I can use in my mixed media sewing projects and while there are all kinds of ways to create colorful fabric, my favorite is using one of a kind stencils to create pattern.
I used my Brother Scan and Cut to create some fun stencils! To begin I created a stencil with triangles.
I used the preloaded triangle shape and repeated it to create a simple geometric pattern.
I used thick paper and cut out the stencil.
Next, I used my Tulip Paint Cannon (non- aerosol spray paint) loaded with fabric dye to repeat my triangle stencil across the surface of my fabric!
I wanted to get a little more detailed with my stencils so I scanned one of my flower doodles into my Brother Scan N Cut and then cut out the design from thick card stock.
I used a mister loaded with fabric dye and repeated my stencil across the surface of my fabric.
Disclaimer: I am a paid consultant for Brother International Corporation and have received a ScanNCut from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely my own and based on my use of the product.
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