Did you know that you can color fabric with Crafter’s Inks? I’m going to show you how easy it is and then share how to create this quick Crafter’s Ink Quilted Christmas Stocking.
Ink up a color blender with Limelight Crafter’s Ink and apply to fabric.
Blend until you have the color desired. Continue with assorted tone-on-tone fabrics with Evergreen and Deep Woods.
Tear colored fabric into strips in assorted sizes between 1″ – 2″ and then, cut 2 stockings from Toasty Cotton batting from Fairfield.
Place 2 strips onto one of the stockings right sides together, stitch onto the stocking and then open.
Continue to sew strips to the stocking until it is covered. Turn the stocking over and trim excess fabric from around the edges.
Place the second stocking onto the quilted stocking and stitch around the edges.
Stitch the small piece of fabric, right sides together along the long side, turn to the right side and fold in half for the hanger. Set aside. Stitch the short sides of rectangular batting piece together, Fold in half, wrong sides together and place on the top of the inside of the stocking, placing the hanger on one edge. Stitch in place.
Turn to the outside of the stocking.
Hang and enjoy your Crafter’s Ink Quilted Christmas Stocking!
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Ann Butler Design Products used:
- Fairfield™ Toasty Cotton batting, 12″ x 18″ (2), 15″ x 6″ (1)
- Colorbox Color Blenders, (3)
- Oliso Iron
- Tone-on-Tone fabrics, assorted scraps
- Sewing Machine
- Thread, cream