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Scrap Fabric Bangles Tutorial


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Making bangles out of scrap fabric is a good way to reduce trash and transform your scrap into something functional and decorative. From trash to treasure. A great recycling project for the summer. A great bonding activity for parents and children. This is a quite fast project that you can finish and wear the bracelets on the same day. Make them in any color to spruce up your wardrobe. The technique is easily transfered into smaller or bigger scale projects. The possibility is endless :) LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: Easy. NUMBER OF STEPS: 29 with 34 photos and diagrams. NUMBER OF PAGES: 12. TERMS OF USE: ....................................... You may sell any jewelry/crafts you make out of this tutorial. (c) 2008 Kharisma R. Sommers. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of Kharisma R. Sommers of Popnicute. You may NOT use the digital and printed tutorial as teaching material. This tutorial is an intellectual property of Kharisma R. Sommers. It would be nice if you give credit to me and/or my tutorial if you make something out of it. Thank you and happy creating! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic sewing skill SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS any size

Supplies Needed

  • scrap fabric
  • threads
  • decorative beads

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Kharisma Ryantori Sommers is an award winning, self-taught metalsmith and artist with a BFA degree (Graphic Design) from the Petra Christian University of Surabaya, Indonesia. Kharisma brings an abundant array of eclectic and artistic approaches to her jewelry making practice. She has an eye for detail and prides herself on the originality of her designs. She always strives to give her best in every creation. Her jewelry photos and tutorials have been published by numerous American jewelry making magazines and her videos can be seen in youtube under the alias of Popnicute. Kharisma lives with her husband, Steven, in the middle of nowhere (Quincy, IL) with hopes that someday they will be able to move into a bigger city with less snow and preferably with a beach nearby. In her free time she loves capturing photos of flowers and tiny bugs with her Macro lens.