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November 14, 2013

Design Team: Debi Tullier Week 6 Cycle 8

Laying Down the SteamPunk Gauntlet!


Debi always amazes us with hew fabric skills! See what she created today!
I am so inspired by fabric after coming back from the International Quilt Market and Festival. I had the pleasure of seeing many of the new fabrics and ideas coming right around the corner. So I have new drive to create with fabric. Besides the holiday season always is the reason for me to sew. I always try to do a handmade holiday.  So bring it on…LOL!
Here is my project using some great Cheery Lynn Dies!
This is my Steampunk Gauntlet for one of my Steampunk loving relatives!
I love my Cheery Lyn Dies and how wondefully that my Craftwell  eBosser can cut fabric and vinyl too! So here is my project list.
Supplies:
Black Cotton material
a ponytail hair band
Sewing machine
thread
iron
pink organza
cutting tools
hook and loop for closure on wrist.
Cut a rectangle out of the fabric. 6.5 x 11 inches. Sew the top together, remember to insert the pony tail elastic.


 Now press the rectangle open to form a triangle. 
I now will take a break and cut my heat Glitter Vinyl with my eBosser. It is very simple. I used plates DBC on the bottom, Next the Cheery Lyn Die and then the vinyl on top and lastly the A plate. It only takes a second to cut and iron on my fabric!

Next I gathered my organza and sewed it on the long edge of my “glove”. I then added the hook and loop to fit! I can’t wait till I see her face on Christmas morning! Wait till you see the great sewing and quilting projects I have in store for you!

 Have a great week see you next week with a great project and some cool threads!
Debi

Thank you Debi! We always enjoy seeing what Debi does with fabric! Be sure to check out her personal blog here:



8 comments :

  1. This is fabulous Debi! I love it!

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    1. Thank you so much Peggy, I am so in love with the eBosser and its ability to cut fabric!

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  2. I am continuously amazed by all of the materials the eBosser can cut. Thanks Devi for your fabulous tutorial!

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  3. Sorry I meant Debi....my Kindle keeps changing the name.

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  4. Thank you so much Arielle, I know my phone and tablet make me sound obscene sometimes...LOL

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