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Paris Eiffel washable brooch pin jewelry

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : Paris Eiffel washable brooch pin jewelry
Paris Eiffel washable brooch pin jewelry
Paris Eiffel washable brooch pin jewelry
Paris Eiffel washable brooch pin jewelry
Paris Eiffel washable brooch pin jewelry

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cutting fabric and basic sewing
  • hole punching through fabric or cut holes with embroidery scissors
  • using hot glue sticks and low temp glue gun

Pattern Description:

Love Paris, France, the Eiffel Tower, or even Paris Las Vegas resort's shopping boulevard district? Wish you had a fabric brooch that you could toss in the wash, without worrying if the pin back's pointy part would snag on your clothes and things in the wash? This jewelry pin is for you! It has my art, created by me, Kristie Hubler, inspired by Paris, France, Eiffel Tower, and Paris Las Vegas resort's inside shop facades, that you print onto inkjet fabric.

Each brooch has 2 finished panels, each with 2 parts, front and back. Front panel, and back panel with 2 holes to hold the pin back mechanism part ends in place. The front and back panel make a pocket for the pin back to slide in and out of.

Everything is on the 2nd pages, instructions and pattern parts with art formatted to print onto 1 sheet of inkjet fabric. 4 panels per brooch pin, one for the impressionist version of the art, and 4 panels for the pointillist version of the art. Each brooch has 4 panels: front, back of front and 2 for the back panel, front and back, with dots to hole punch.

Just place the brooch pin into a lingerie bag, with the pin back taken out, and wash on permanent press or delicate, cold cycle with what the inkjet fabric manufacturer says for their specific inkjet fabric. And then, while still in the lingerie bag, toss in the dryer on the lowest temp for 15 minutes.

Thank you! artist Kristie Hubler, art and pattern design is copyright protected. fabricatedframes.com, washable, sewn, fabric picture frames, brooch pins, ornaments, oven mitts, pug and Yorkshire terrier jacket and bellybands, plus the epatterns to make the fabric crafts mentioned, $1, and $5 epatterns available.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 2 brooches each 2" x 1 1/2"

Materials:

  • fabric scissors
  • sewing machine, extra denim weight needles
  • embroidery or pointy tipped fabric scissors for option of cuting out holes for bar pin back mechanisms to stay in place on the brooch's back panel
  • inkjet printer, inkjet printer paper, ink
  • 1 colorfast, washable, inkjet printer fabric sheet 8 1/2" x 11" by June Tailor or Printed Treasures
  • bar style pin back, comes in packs of 10, 44, and 48 for under $4
  • background color coordinating thread - 1 big roll of Gutermann's Toldi Lock or 1 smaller roll
  • 1/4 yard of Thermoweb Heat N Bond, Ultrahold or Lite - used as patterns for backing the fabric, once the sheet protecor or clear vinyl is cut and sized to establish size of brooch pin
  • iron
  • optional instead of buying a whole 1/4 yard, buy5x4"piece of Thermoweb Heat N Bond Ultrahold or Lite fabric adhesive / fusible web that is paper backed and ironed onto back of inkjet printer fabric sheet, over brooch pattern area
  • ruler, pen or pencil

You Will Also Need:

  • Adobe reader free software program on your computer, ipad, or iphone / smartphone
  • cold tap water and a clean, old towel, to rinse your June Tailor washable inkjet printer fabric and lay flat to dry before sewing
  • old pillowcase or clean old piece of fabric to sandwich between your inkjet printer fabric sheet and iron, so you don't scorch or mar your print out with the iron


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I am Kristie Hubler, artist, product designer, author of "Fabricated Frames: Instructions On Making Fabric Photo Frames" available on lulu.com/spotlight/fabricatedframes and ...

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