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No Sew Patchwork Panel

No Sew Patchwork Panel

There's no need for a needle and thread, or even a sewing machine, to create this No Sew Patchwork Panel. You can make DIY wall decor using just tape and glue. This project may look complicated, but it's really not at all. Fabric crafts are for everyone, not just sewers and quilters - there are tons of ways to get creative with fabric scraps. Create your own version of this homemade wall art and transform your space. The fabric pieces combined with the yarn and buttons will take everyone by surprise.

Primary TechniqueFabric Crafts

Beginner

Materials List

  • Foamology Design Foam with Stickybase
  • Bernat Mega Bulky Yarn
  • Cotton fabrics
  • Aleene's Fast-Grab Tacky Glue from I Love to Create
  • Aleene's Fabric Fusion Peel and Stick Tape from I Love to Create
  • Bone folder
  • Scissors
  • Buttons

Instructions

  1. Cut fabrics into squares about 3/4" larger than the pre-cut squares in the design foam.

  2. Tuck each piece of fabric into the foam, using the bone folder to slide the fabric edges into the slits.

  3. Remove the sticky-back paper liner from the back of the panel and center it, sticky side down, on top of an 18" square of fabric.

  4. Fold each side of the backer fabric up along each edge of the foam panel, folding and securing with Fabric Fusion tape flush to the top of the panel, tucking and covering the edges of each square. Miter the corners like you're wrapping a gift box.

  5. Glue a strand of yarn around the top edge and glue a button in each corner to frame the panel.

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