Patchwork Alphabet!

Good day all I hope that you have had a great weekend and are ready to dig into some new projects!

Here is a fun project that you can use for any room of the house and all’s it takes is some scrape fabric, Modpodge for fabric, and any letter you wish. I used a cardboard letter from Jo-Ann – Fabric.

U will need

Modpoge

fabric pieces

As far as the length and width of the fabric pieces it’s really up to you. I always work a project like this with a piece of wax paper on the bottom to prevent messes on my workbench top.

Letter J

You can use any size letter you desire. I haven’t tried using any other surface but the cardboard so I’m not sure how it would turn out if you use something different.

J drying

Here is the J very wet with the Modpodge. First apply the Modpodge to the cardboard letter then put a fabric piece on it, then apply more Modpodge on top of the fabric. Do this with every piece that you lay down. I did not put it on the back other than to turn the edges over. Make sure when you are finished that you put a small hole in the back to hang it with. After you have applied all the fabric you want on it place it under a lamp to dry. Give it about an hour before you touch it.

J letter done

There you go all done! I made this one for my Grand daughter Juliette’s room.

All done J

I let this J hang a little crooked just for fun. I sure do hope that you enjoyed this tutorial on making patch work alphabet. If you have any question just send me a note. I would love to hear from you! Take the time to leave your email address off to the side and receive all of Anne’s Attic – Design posts as soon as they are ready.

It’s all LOVERLY!

Have a great day! Jo XXOO

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