This is a quick and easy way to add beautiful custom décor to your home. And it’s a low sew project, with just a bit of decorative stitching added at the end of the project. Let the ScanNCut do the bulk of the work, cutting an intricate pattern from your favorite fabrics.
- ScanNCut DX
- ScanNCut Mat with High Tack Fabric Support Sheet
- Fabric with Fusible Web
- Pre-Made Pillow Cover
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Sewing Machine with Free Motion Foot
Watch the video for the how-to:
Choose a design. I’m using one of the built-in designs from the ScanNCut DX 225.
Load the mat into the machine and cut. You may wish to change the Cut Speed Settings to a “1” because this is such an intricate pattern. Find those settings under the wrench tool on the Cut screen (just before you hit start).
Remove the fabric from the mat and if you have additional pieces to cut, go ahead and cut them in the same manner as the previous piece. If you’re working with smaller pieces of fabric, be sure to scan your fabric so that you can place the cut files onto the small pieces.
If you wish to add some decorative stitching, use a sewing machine with a free motion foot and some colorful thread.
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P.S. I am a paid spokesperson for the Brother ScanNCut. It is a machine that I love and use. All projects and opinions are my own.