Fabric Projects

Spring Basket Pillow Therm O Web Featured Project

If you haven’t received the latest issue of American Patchwork and Quilting, this beautiful pillow by Designer Audrey Pettit was our featured project. Here’s the full tutorial so you too can recreate it! Kiss of the Sun Decorative Pillow by Audrey Pettit Supplies: Therm O Web HeatnBond Fusible Fleece Therm O Web SpraynBond™ Basting Adhesive […] Read more…

Pat Sloan Is A “Little Flirt!” with Therm O Web

My quilt “Flirt” is hanging in the CHA Booth this winter… I can’t wait to see the photos of the booth, I know it is going to be fantastic!!  I thought you might like to see how this quilt developed. I used a charm pack + more yardage. Some rick rack and some Heat n Bond […] Read more…

Create a Mini Winter Wedding Dress

Hi Jenifer here with you today to share a project I made for the Therm O Web Winter Craft and Hobby (aka CHA) booth. I created this little table top dress form, wouldn’t these be cute as table centerpieces for a wedding shower or the wedding itself! Front: Therm O Web Supplies: Pink Glitter Dust Silver […] Read more…

Nothing Could Be “Sweeter” Then a Handmade Blanket

There’s something wonderful about sitting with a soft blanket and a little one on your lap! Today we share with you a sweet as a strawberry quilt that used our HeatnBond…SpraynBond Basting Spray along with some super sweet fabrics from Shannon Fabrics!   Strawberry Stripe Blanket (Using a pattern from Shannon Fabrics) Size 48” x […] Read more…

Last Minute Gifts Homemade Kindle Cover

Do you still need a quick last-minute gift, or something quick to make that special gift even better? Well here is a quick Kindle cover that I made for my daughter, I can’t wait to give it to her. Therm O Web Supplies: HeatNBond Lite HeatNBond Fusible Fleece HeatNBond Sew In Fleece Other Solid: Kona […] Read more…

Make a Little {JOY} with Therm O Web!

It’s not too late to make a little table runner! Let’s see what you need… Therm O Web’s Heat n Bond Fusible Fleece is perfect for table runners. I find my projects stay very flat and I only do a minimum amount of quilting, if any to the final runner. For mine I am using wool […] Read more…

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