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No sew scrap fabric jammy fanny.

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Comments 3 Tags Scrap Fabric, Scrap Pack

No sew scrap fabric jammy fanny.
This DIY is INSANELY easy, you only need scissors, scrap fabric, and a hot glue gun.  Yes, I know, I need a new sewing machine (RIP Stitchly), but until then, I am mastering a new skill, “the fine art of hot glue”.

Easy DIY Baseball Cap Makeover With Scrap Fabric

Christin Hunter

Comments 2 Tags Coronavirus, Crafts, DIY, Scrap Fabric

Easy DIY Baseball Cap Makeover With Scrap Fabric
Easy low cost DIY Baseball Cap Makeover With Scrap Fabric
Skill Level: Intermediate 
Time: 90 Mins 
Supplies: Basic household supplies.

Scrap Fabric Pumpkins!!!!

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Comments 2 Tags Crafts, DIY, Scrap Fabric

Scrap Fabric Pumpkins!!!!
Put that scrap fabric to gold use with these adorable, no sew, festive pumpkins. The best part, most everything you need is already on hand (if you’re a crafter or novice like myself).

Totally Free Printable Face Mask Pattern #slowthespread

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Comments 4 Tags COVID-19, Violet Snow Custom Fabric

Totally Free Printable Face Mask Pattern #slowthespread

Totally Free Face Mask  Printable Pattern and Tutorial! Stretch knit fabrics can be used to make masks that fit the face snugly without being uncomfortable. Though many online face mask patterns suggest woven cotton, these textiles have no stretch, which can negatively impact fit. There are many other fabrics can be used to make general face masks in stock ready to ship same day! If you have a specific request, please reach out via email info@violetsnowcustomfabric.com. Use code: TAKETHREE for $3.00 off on your next purchase (no minimums).


Create Your Escape Photo Contest

Christin Hunter

Tags Coronavirus, COVID-19, Create Your Escape, Violet Snow Custom Fabric

Create Your Escape Photo Contest
The idea surrounding the Create Your Escape Movement is to give members of our communities a temporary “escape” from the Coronavirus Quarantine without actually leaving their property (or breaking quarantine practices.)


The movement not only serves as a way to pass the time, the art signifies a visual reminder to our neighbors and community that although we are separated, we are all in this together, fighting for the greater good of our nation.
In an area who less than favorable weather? No worries, you can still participate with paper and marker. Simply create your masterpiece(s) and display the art on a public facing window. 
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