fabric flower broochWe were delighted to receive a photo from customer Sue Hardman recently, showing a brooch that she made using our fabric.  It is so nice to see what our customers have created. Here’s what Sue said “I bought this fabric from you about a year ago now to make a quilted wall hanging, with the bits left over I’ve been playing around making fabric brooches. Your fabric is just perfect for them as it’s soft and gives movement.”

We were particularly encouraged by Sue’s kind words because we do spend a lot of time carefully choosing fabrics that both look and feel great – both of which are important to quilters and crafters.

cotton fabric flower brooch

Interestingly Sue used a die for cutting the flower brooch. It is from the Tattered Lace range. “I used Terial Magic spray on the fabric which adds stability, so no fraying or ripping, almost turns it to paper like quality, and then I die cut them with Tattered Lace Dies.  Once you start manipulating them into shape it turns back to fabric”.

I’m not sure why, but I’ve always associated Tattered Lace dies with paper crafting, but I’m very happy that Sue has proved me wrong!

You can catch up with Sue on her blog littlenortonlane.blogspot.co.uk

If any other customers would like to share their makes, we would love to see them. You can use our contact form to send a message.

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