I've decided to stand united with sexual assault survivors, and I am making these patterns FREE. This is for all survivors, female, and male. I myself am a survivor of sexual assault, and feel that we, as a society, must help one another, and protect each other. SO ...you can insert a safety, or paint one on, or show a safety pin through the 2 holes on the frame pin, or use a safety pin in lieu of the metal brooch pin back that I show. However you want to do it is fine. I will update my graphics soon, here. Until then, from here on out, this pattern will be FREE, because I feel that strongly in supporting my community of survivors. I want everyone to live well, be prosperous, and above all be safe from harm. I will add a safety pin graphic to this group of patterns in this download soon. Until then, I have these for you to use. In this download, I have 2 pdf downloads, the new download pdf has 4 formatted art brooch designs that you can print onto washable, inkjet printer fabric, sold at joann Fabrics, formatted to print onto one 8 1/2" x 11" inkjet fabric sheet. It is on page 32, so please use your printer properties, unclick "print all pages", and then click on "print pages 32 to 32", so that you only need to print that sheet onto inkjet fabric. The pattern pages, listed in the table of contents, get printed directly onto inkjet printer friendly Ultrahold, sold at Michaels, here at Craftsy, Joann Fabrics, AC Moore, and Michaels. If you are in the UK, you can get it at Barnyarns and Hobbycraft. IF you can't sew, than you can use hot glue to assemble the parts around the edges, neatly, carefully, and slowly, and they won't fall apart in the wash. Just remove the metal brooch pin or safety pin (and photo and clear protective sleeve, for the frame pins). The pattern structures can be printed onto Ultrahold, a paper back, iron on, fabric adhesive / interfacing available at JoAnn Fabrics, Walmart, Michaels, & AC Moore. And you can print the patterns using your inkjet printer. These are just the structure patterns, the art and embellishment brooch button jewelry pins I will make available at a later day, where you can print the art onto washable, inkjet fabric, or make ribbon roses pins, or beaded. If you ever wanted a new way to make fabric brooch pins, I have 8 sizes of patterns, for washable, sewn OR no sew, fabric brooch pin, fashion jewelry accessories, WITH removable, metal pin backs! 4 panels of fabric, WITH seam allowances, that you iron Therm o Web, HeatnBond, Ultrahold to the back of your fabric panels. Ultrahold is an acid free, paper backed, iron on, fabric adhesive, that you can print on with your inkjet printer! You will print most of your patterns on Ultrahold It's easy, and Thermoweb has it on their site, as an advantage. Ultrahold seals the cut holes for the pin back's mechanisms to stay in place, plus helps keep the finished fabric panels structure, AND also allows for the brooch frames to stand on a shelf or table! Plus, 2 sizes for convertible, tabletop picture frames to brooch pins, where you remove the strut leg held on by velcro or hook & loop, and replace with a metal pin back, held in place by 2 holes on the back panel! I give you 16 patterns, just the structures. You use your imagination, and design the fronts, and the backs, if you want. You can use craft store acrylic paint mixed with textile medium in the craft paint department, beading, ribbon roses and leaves, buttons, print designed onto June Tailor, washable, colorfast, inkjet printer fabric sheets sold at JoAnn Fabrics, and then iron Ultrahold to the back, and iron the design as an applique to the front of the brooch! The possibilities are endless, I give you some ideas, you make them your own. I have inkjet printer brooch and brooch frame projects on Craftsy, with my art formatted to print onto inkjet printer fabric, but I sell those separately, because if I added them to this download, the pdf would be gigantic encyclopedia eBook lol. As you can see by the list of skills and supplies listed, believe it or not, these projects, these brooch pins, are INCREDIBLY EASY to make! I invented these brooches, because I love brooches, I love the antique brooches, but I also love fabric, AND I wanted the brooches to be washable. I didn't start out with washable brooches, I had covered a tiny piece of mat board with fabric and Ultrahold on both sides, and then hot glued a metal pin back to it, and that was ok. I accidentally washed one once, and it actually came out descent, BUT you can't always rely on one good wash cycle, so I invented WASHABLE, fabric brooch pins. lol I figured, if I could make it, where the metal pin back was removable, yet held in place on the back, by placing 2 holes on the back panel, well, that did the trick! Print each pattern page one at a time, using your printer properties preview window (example: print from page 1 to page 1), and all patterns fit within the 8x10" bounding box or borders, onto the 8 1/2" x 11" inkjet fabric sheets and Ultrahold print out pattern pages. And I will be making more brooch designs! So, keep an eye out for new patterns in this profile store at http://craftsy.com/user/2496069/pattern-store along with my other inventions, crafts, and sewing projects, with my art formatted. So relax, take your time, and have fun making these printable brooch patterns, many for washable, fabric brooch pins & washable, fabric, convertible frame to brooch pins with removable parts! It's exciting, I enjoyed making them for you! Now, make them your own! :D THANK YOU! Artist, inventor, crafter, sewist, product designer, pattern maker Kristie Hubler, owner of http://fabricatedframes.com firstname.lastname@example.org All art, designs, structures, patterns, downloads, copyright protected. Washable, sewn & no sew, plus non-washable, fabric brooch pin jewelry fashion accessories, also brooch frames with removable parts are copyright protected by Kristie Hubler. All Rights Reserved. For personal use only. Not for resale. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY cutting out with embroidery or pointy fabric scissors to cut out holes in fabric, or hole punching through Therm o Web Heat n Bond Ultrahold acid free, iron on, paper backed fabric adhesive, that can be printed on with inkjet printer cutting mat board - I use a cheap utility knife, the kind carpet installers and electricians use- can be bought at craft stores, office supply stores, Home Depot or Lowe's cutting fabric cutting a basic office supply acid free sheet protector page the size of the photo, with an inexpensive craft store paper trimmer OR a ruler and straight pins or Sharpie Marker and paper scissors cutting & using velcro or hook and loop, with or without adhesive on back some sewing, or can be no sew project using hot glue and/or Therm o Web Fabric Fuse with applicator or their double sided, removable paper sheets using Thermoweb Heat n Bond Ultrahold to print your patterns in this download onto cut 8 1/2" x 11" pieces, 32 piece from a 5 yard roll of Ultrahold yields up to 128 completed brooches for regular price $10 minus the 50% off coupon, making the 5 yard roll as little as $5 - or use Therm o Web's Heat n Bond Lite EZ Print double paper sided sheets that can be run through an inkjet printer, too eye for pattern alignment / matching folding and pressing seam allowances of fabric panel patterns with Thermoweb Heat N Bond Ultrahold fabric adhesive - EASY ironing small seam allowances on the brooch pattern panels threading 1/8" ribbon through holes, poked and cut out with embroidery scissors, on 3 of the 10 pattern panels of fused / ironed together fabric and Ultrahold, 7 holes on each of the 2 main panels and 4 holes on the 2 back panels, 2 holes for hanging, 2 holes on 2 back panels as well as 2 removable strut leg panels for connecting strut leg to 2 back panels using hot glue sticks and low temp glue gun working with metal bar pin backs, sold in packs at the craft store SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8 sizes to make washable, sewn or no sew, fabric, fashion jewelry brooch pin accessories: sizes 3/4" x 3/4", 1x1",1x2", 2" x 1 1/2", 2x2", 2 1/2"x 2", 3x2", 3x3" 8 patterns for 4 ways of making washable & sewn, washable & no sew, with 2 ways to make non-washable fabric covered mat board convertible tabletop picture frames to brooch pins, one way is to make removable strut leg that are attached by velcro / hook & loop, the other way involves connecting the strut leg to the easel back panel using a length of 1/8" wide ribbon thread through 2 holes on the top of the 2 part, bendable strut leg to the 2 holes on the easel back panel. 2 holes on all brooch frames also for hanging the frame. For 2 sizes of photos, 1 1/2" x 2 1/2", and the new 2x3" instant print photos from FujiFilm and instant print cameras, available in stores now.