Fantastic Fabric Snowflakes!

There is no doubt that everyone who sees these beautiful fabric snowflakes will be enchanted by their beauty. You can hang them on your tree, string them together as a garland, or use them in a variety of other ways.

You may recall seeing instructions for making a giant fabric snowflake on Shabby Fabrics’ website. Below is also a video showing how to make these giant snowflakes!

Click here if your device won’t play the above video, in order to watch it on YouTube.

There is no limit to the size that you can make them in. The size of the start squares must be known in order to be able to determine the size of the finished squares.

Small squares of 2-1/2 inches in size will be used to produce snowflakes that are 6-1/2 inches in diameter. The snowflakes can also be made in different sizes by adjusting the size of the start squares. Smaller squares will produce smaller snowflakes, while larger squares will produce larger snowflakes.

There is no doubt that any combination of Christmas colors, regardless of the color scheme, will look pretty, although metallic prints will add a touch of sparkle to your Christmas decor. Due to the fact that they are so durable, they are able to be stored well in plastic and can be displayed year after year because they are so easy to maintain.

The snowflakes are given structure using Heat’n Bond Ultra Hold, and the parts of the snowflake are secured in place with a glue gun using Heat’n Bond Ultra Hold. When you need to hold small parts in place while the glue dries, a set of long-handled tweezers can come in handy. They are ideal for holding small parts in place as the glue dries.

There is a free download that contains a size chart and other instructions that you can find here.

A written tutorial has been created by Needlepointers.com which you can find here.

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