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cut and sew music frame pin ornaments plus house shape kitchen pot holder mitt fat quarter fabric by fabricatedframes on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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Fat Quarter (28" x 18")
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Fat Quarter (27" x 18")
Yards (54" width)
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Fat Quarter (28" x 18")
Yards (56" width)
Carrot_white
Test Swatch (8" x 8")
Fat Quarter (28" x 18")
Yards (56" width)
Carrot_white
Test Swatch (8" x 8")
Fat Quarter (27" x 18")
Yards (54" width)
Carrot_white
Test Swatch (8" x 8")
Fat Quarter (28" x 18")
Yards (56" width)
Carrot_white
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Fat Quarter (28" x 18")
Yards (56" width)
Carrot_white
Test Swatch (8" x 8")
Fat Quarter (27" x 18")
Yards (54" width)
Carrot_white
Test Swatch (8" x 8")
Fat Quarter (28" x 18")
Yards (56" width)
Carrot_white
Test Swatch (8" x 8")
Fat Quarter (27" x 18")
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This fabric is delivered smooth and crinkles when washed. Prints are likely to be off-grain.
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By Kristie Hubler

Artist, inventor of washable fabric photo frames featured in Sew It Today magazine, frames & patterns w/ my art @ fabricatedframes.com - $1 & $5 patterns to download http://www.craftsy.com/profile/fabricated-frames frames, potholders, male dog diaper wrap

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cut and sew music frame pin ornaments plus house shape kitchen pot holder mitt fat quarter

Cut and sew music frame pin ornaments plus house shape kitchen pot holder mitt fat quarter on Spoonflower! This cut and sew is a fat quarter that allows you to make TWO convertible frame pin ornaments for the 2x3" instant print photos printed by Instax and Polaroid cameras as well as HP Sprocket and Prynt smartphone photo printer devices! They have a music theme. All 3 - 4 sewing crafts have my own art and music formatted. The one frame pin ornament pattern panel and house shape kitchen pot holder pattern panel have my own song called Keep Of The Promise, its my own handwritten sheet music that I wrote for the song, that I originally composed / came up with when I was 15, but at the time, I didn't know how to actually write music. So when the opportunity came along in my senior year of high school to take an arranging and composing class, I used my song, sung into a cassette tape recorder, and section by section, transposed the song onto sheet music. I came up with the song in my head, in 1989, age 15, and wrote it down properly on staff paper aka sheet music in 1992, age 18. I scanned the sheet music at 600 dpi. The other frame pin ornament pattern panels and pocket panel have my piano keys frame border design, made for a photo frame design, and my sheet music is centered inside the piano keys border pocket panel. The frame pin ornament is a convertible picture frame for a 2x3" photo, with removable / interchangeable easel strut leg (that allows for the frame to stand, be tabletop) and 1 1/4" metal bar style brooch pin back, so you can switch one to the other. There is also a hole on both the top & left sides centered to thread ribbon through the holes on panels 3 & 4, to hang as a tree ornaments, door or drawer knob hanger, gift tag or wrap embellishment. There is a pocket for the photo and its protective sleeve, cut from a clear, acid free sheet protector page (one page can make up to 10 2x3" pockets - just make sure you buy a pack of pages labeled "acid free" from Walmart, Target, or Walgreens, or the scrap booking section of pages). The photo pocket is made by hole punching or poking & cutting out the 7 u shaped holes on panels 2 & 3 with an embroidery like pair of small pointy scissors - Fiskar makes a nice nonstick pair for crafting - perfect for this craft! Then you thread the skinny ribbon 1/8" wide by 2 feet through the holes in both directions, tie, knot, and hot glue to seal. Trim the leftover ribbon tails. Basically iron the Ultrahold sheets to the back of the 6 frame panels, its acid free, and is a paper back, iron on fabric adhesive interfacing fusible web, that stiffens the fabric, and gives stability and structure to the frame pin ornament panels, also helping the frame keep its structure as well as allow for the frame to stand on a table or shelf. Ultrahold also seals the circle holes so that they won't fray. Then you cut out all 6 panels, fold the seam allowances under to the back, and you then can iron down the seam allowances. Thread the 1/8" by 2 feet ribbon through the holes on panels 2 & 3, then you can assemble your panels. You can sew the panels, or make this a no sewing required project. You can sew the inner frame window inside the frame fronts of panels 1 & 2, before you connect panels 2 & 3. You can also sew the outer edges of all of the panels, 1 to 2, 3 to 4, and you can sew the 2 strut leg panels together, after you attach / hot glue the hook & loop & ribbon tail that dangles out between the bottom right corners of the 2 strut leg panels. The ribbon tail dangles, and once all of the panels are assembled, hot glued or sew, attach the strut leg to the easel back with the Velcro / hook & loop at the top of the strut leg, then stand the frame. Take the dangling ribbon tail, and place it under the frame so that its in front of the frame. Now pitch out the strut leg until the frame looks like it is standing on its own, then mark where the ribbon meets the frame's bottom edge with a straight pin, then cut away just enough ribbon to fold the ribbon end in twice, then hot glue a piece of hook & loop to the side that will stand against the bottom right corner of the easel back, the non folded in side. The 6 panels have 1/4" seam allowances around them. For the house shape kitchen pot holder, cut around the panels, leaving at least 1/4" to 1/2" seam allowance, if you can, minding that you keep 1/4" seam allowance around your frame pin ornament panels. Buy 1/3 yard EACH of both ironing board fabric, called aluminized cotton, and Therma Flec, and Insul Bright heat reflective batting by the Warm Company. Both are sold at Joann Fabric. Each 1/3 yard will yields 2 house shape kitchen pot holders. Place clear vinyl or a 2 sheet protector pages taped over the house shape panel, and mark a line around the outer edge with a sharpie marker. Use this clear panel pattern to cut your house shape kitchen pot holder panel out of the ironing board fabric, and make 2 house shape panels, leaving 1/2" seam allowance. Then make another clear pattern from the clear house shape panel, but cut away 1/2" vertically off of both sides, leaving a 5 sided pentagon shape 7" wide at the bottom and 10" high from foundation at bottom to roof peak at top. This pattern is for your 2 layers of Insul Bright batting. Place one house shape ironing board fabric panel face down or silver side down, then place the 2 Insul Bright panels down on top of it, centered. Then place the other house shape ironing board fabric panel silver side up on top of the Insul Bright panels. Center the clear house shape panel on top, pin in place, especially around the "eaves" on the side, 2 to 3 pins, at the corners on each side, and sew a stitch line around the edge of the pattern. This connects the panels and makes the "foundation" piece, the important part of the house shape panels that keep your fingers from burning. Then you have 4 options for hanging. You can: a) cut a 2 side strip to make a 1" by 6" finished strip as a hanging loop: 1) cross over and sew down 2) fold down, sew a box with an "X" to the back on the silver side, with a key chain ring inserted to hang it, strip centered between the eaves, centered on the panel aligned with the horizontal side of the eaves b) sew the "loop" or soft side of the Velcro to the silver back side, as mentioned in #2 above, and sew the "hook" or harsh side of the hook & loop to the strip folded over to take a key chain ring, and have it be removable c) make a button hole centered as mentioned in #2, using your straight and zigzag stitch 3-4 times around the slit that you can cut, centered around what's mentioned in the area in #2 above, use straight pins to mark where to make the slit Sew a stitch line around the outer edge of both the house shape kitchen panel and pocket panel, using color coordinating thread. After the hanging loop is attached to the back side of the panel, place it back side with loop attached face side up, place house shape kitchen panel, with pocket panel sewn to it, face down over ironing board and Insul Bright combined foundation piece sewn together with loop attached facing up, and align the stitch thread lines carefully, pinning them together. I start at the roof peak, then work my way down to the eaves, then work my way down the other side to the eaves, outer and inner corners together, then I pin the bottom corners at the bottom, then pin 2 times on the vertical sides each, and then 3 pins across the bottom. Leave an opening big enough for your hand, at the bottom center, for you to reach in and turn the piece inside out, once its sewn, and start at the bottom left of the bottom or foundation line and sew the stitch lines together, back stitching on both sides of all corners, finish at the bottom right of the foundation or bottom line, back stitching at the beginning and end. Cut away excess fabric, leaving 1/4" seam allowance, cut away 45 degrees at outer and inner corners, and cut close to the edges of the corners - this is why its important to back stitch on both sides of all corners. Make sure that all 90 degree corners are as close to being 90 degrees as possible. Turn the piece inside out, using a pen or pencil to push out your seams in the eaves, roof peak, and both bottom corners of the foundation. Turn in the seam allowance inside the opening, and sew the opening shut. For the 2 frame pin ornaments, all you need is a sheet of Therm o Web Heat n Bond Ultrahold 8 1/2 x 11", for both frame pin ornaments, plus 2 lengths of ribbon: 1/8" by 2 feet, and the other 9" long by 1" wide, optional sew on type hook & loop 6" by 3/4" wide for attaching the easel strut leg to the easel back panel for removable interchangeable strut leg 2 sided panel, an acid free clear sheet protector page for the photo pocket, and a metal bar style brooch pin back 1 1/4" long for each frame. The frame pin ornament is also great for dinner party place cards for names, badges, party favors or place card holder frames for wedding receptions, baby or bridal showers, events, use as sign display holders, an alternative to cards or invites, you name it! You can even display small art, short poems, word art, etc. Hang or stand the frame vertically or horizontally. The top and bottom left corners of this fat quarter has 2 frame pin ornament patterns with 6 panels each, with 1/4" seam allowances, the right side has the house shape panel & pocket panel or the house shape kitchen pot holder. You can use the pocket panel as its own square / rectangle pot holder if you want, or use it as a pocket panel to the house shape pot holder. The house shape kitchen pot holder mitt also can be a hanging storage pocket for coupons, papers, notes, and you can hang it on your wall or fridge! Keep Of The Promise handwritten sheet music and piano keys border art are both copyright protected, 1989 and 2001 respectively, by Kristie Hubler. All Rights Reserved. Not for resale. For personal use only. If you are interested in licensing opportunities, for commercial use, you can email me at fabricatedframescom@gmail.com for royalty rates and contract to sign. Thank you! Kristie Hubler, artist, singer songwriter, composer http://spoonflower.com/profiles/fabricatedframes http://fabricatedframes.com