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No Sew Fabric Snowflake

By: Annette Rosanelli from needlepointers.com
Updated October 30, 2018
No Sew Fabric Snowflake
No Sew Fabric Snowflake
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From the Blogger: "Paper snowflakes are a popular craft for the holiday season. If not handled with care, they may tear. By making the snowflake with fabric, it will last for many seasons. This video tutorial and step-by-step photo instructional tutorial will explain how to make a 3D fabric snowflake. No sewing is necessary. To make these fun snowflakes, you will need two contrasting fabrics, ribbon, heat 'n bond, and a glue gun. That's all you need to make beautiful snowflakes to hang around the house for the holiday season."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsFabric

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Easy

SeasonWinter

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

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Oh my word, this is beautiful and I can do it! The technique shown in the series of photos is fold and cut just as I would with paper snowflakes. This is excellent. I am definitely putting this on my to-do list. I hate to sew and this gives me a cloth project without a stitch taken. Can you tell I am excited? I love the two tone colors and especially the snowflake with maroon in it.

Wow! That's gorgeous and not nearly as complicated as it looks! Granted, I haven't actually made one yet, but I looked through the instructions and it's not what I expected. I thought it would be a lot of complicated folding and tucking and stitching, but it's nothing like that. Now I have to go try one.

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