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Use your scrap fabrics to make beautiful fabric beads with DecoArt products alongside Mark Montano. Subscribe to the DecoArt Channel: http://www.youtube.com/...
Dodi Marvell saved to Textile art
This video demonstrates how quick and easy it is to make melted fiber beads to add excitement to your quilt.
margie kastner saved to jewelry projects
You make fabric beads the same way you make rolled paper beads, but I prefer fabric. I haven’t had any success when I tried making paper beads (yet). It’s easier to roll the fabric, and the beads get chunkier faster. Here is a quick tutorial to show you how easy and fun this is! 1. […]
Deanna Fountain saved to Dumpster Divers Unite
My quilted fabric bead obsession continues... (Which is good, as they are now selling almost as fast as I can stitch them!) ...
Isabella Villa Saldivia saved to Guardado rápido
How to use lutradur to make fabric beads http://www.nationalquilterscircle.com/video/how-to-make-fabric-beads-using-lutradur/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=A219 #LetsQuilt
Fabric beads … mmmmmm …. Usually I like em kinda chunky like this … … but every now and then I need a bead that's perfect and plain like these. There are a number of ways to get a perfectly…
Donna Tomlinson saved to Fabric beads
Design and textile expert Diane Ericson shows how almost any fabric or cord can be knotted, rolled, padded, or wrapped into decorative shapes you can use anywhere in place of…
irene white saved to sewing
DIY Fabric Beads and Homemade Mod Podge - This Mama Loves - How to Make Fabric Beads from Scraps of Fabric - Recipe for Homemade Mod Podge
Arehany Ponte saved to colleres papel
Make colorful diy african fabric bracelets with this tutorial. Easy and great for holiday gifts!
Sue Richardson saved to Creative ideas
Huge list of sew and no sew projects for fabric scraps. Make gifts, jewelery or home decor items out of the trimmings, crumbs and other items you would normally toss in the scrap bin.
Sue Mallory saved to crafts