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About a month ago I was lucky enough to guest post over at Someday Crafts.
Here is the tutorial I did for her site. Thought I would now pass it along here, just for those who may have missed it.
Back tomorrow with a new tutorial...well as long as the sickness officially leaves our house. WHAT is with summer colds???
Washer Felt Cuff
You will need:
First: You will need to spray paint your washer with your chosen color. It will take several coats.
Once your washer is painted and dried, you will apply this--
Slowly outline and then fill in your washer. Make sure to follow the instructions on the Diamond Glaze...allow for proper time to dry...it will take a couple of days.
With your t-shirts scraps, take a strip about 1 inch by 14 and roll into a flower...
here is a tutorial I recently did for this technique.
Now that you have a rolled t-shirt flower, hot glue it onto the center of your washer.
To make the cuff, measure the length you need to go around your wrist. Cut two strips out of felt measuring that length by the width of 1 1/2".
Pin the two pieces together and sew around the outside edge. Then "quilt" it by sewing every 1/4". It will look like this--
To attach the snap, figure out where the closure will need to be.
Mark that spot. Make a small slit with an exacto knife for the snap pieces to go into, and then follow snap instructions.
Once the snap is in place, hot glue your washer onto the felt cuff.