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Fast Felt and Fabric Pins

By: Amy Anderson of Mod Podge Rocks!

Dress up your t-shirts or other clothing items with these adorable Fast Felt and Fabric Pins by Amy Anderson. Everyone will notice your newly re-fashioned flair. This is an easy, decorative craft you can make by following this free pattern and using Plaid materials.

Fast Felt and Fabric Pins


  • Mod Podge Fabric
  • Fabric pieces – coordinating
  • Felt, 12" x 12" square that coordinates with your fabric
  • Pin backs, 3
  • Hot glue gun
  • Buttons – I used Blumenthal Lansing
  • Ribbon, 12"
  • Flower and circle templates or a die cutter with a circle and flower die


  1. Prepare your fabric according to basics of Mod Podge.
  2. Use either your flower and circle templates or your die cutter to create shapes to layer from your fabric and felt. If you are using templates, trace the shape on the BACK of the fabric and felt. Cut out and flip over so that the lines can’t be seen.
  3. Layer your shapes using hot glue; suggestions are shown the photo.
  4. Add ribbon embellishments as desired.
  5. Hot glue buttons to the fronts of the finished pins, then flip over and hot glue the pin backs to the backside of the pins. Allow to dry for 24 hours before using.

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