misty fuse, covered and cut the shape out, grabbed some of my SONNET fabric line, (shipping to LQS's late sept. I do believe)
Laid it on the pad, ironed it on....
That old post also shows WHY I use an Oliso iron now.... I do not pull this iron off my table easily when it stays int eh down position... love that feature!)
...trimmed it off with my Havels rotary cutter...
and ta-da! Instant gratification in about 2 minutes time... Love that!
I have been thinking I need a new mousepad....but clearly all I need is an "upcycle" on my existing pad. (say, that mouse looks a lot like mine!ReplyDelete
Can hardly wait to get my hands on your new Sonnet fabric. I already have plans for it...ReplyDelete
I went back to your old post and noticed the burn marks -- I knocked my iron off the board two years ago and sported an iron-shaped burn on my arm for the rest of the summer.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, I just finished redoing my mouse pad. It was maroon(really almost black from dirt) and now it's a darling grey & pink flowered pasley.ReplyDelete
Marj in Mexico
What a fabulous idea! You are so clever! May have to copy you.ReplyDelete
That's clever. I have to try that sometime.ReplyDelete
Oh your very own fabric ...where else can we buy your fabric line if we don't have a LQS? Anyone online? Jackie?ReplyDelete
Congratulations! You've waited a long time for this to come out :0)
Very cute project!ReplyDelete
How gorgeous -the perfect fabric!ReplyDelete
What a great idea. I use an ugly old mouse pad that was hubbys, from 15+ years ago. I'll have to try this. Thanks.ReplyDelete