I hope your weekend was happy and full of amazing outdoor-springy experiences…it was gorgeous here! We had the windows open and the birds were chirping…it was just lovely!
Ok so todays tutorial is super simple and fun and requires only your fonts, fabric interfacing and fabric to create. Its just about time to proclaim our inner “Irish” to the world. So here is a fast little idea for you and your peeps to get your green on.
I started by choosing a font that I wanted to cut out and typed the word LUCKY. Just like that you are ready to cut it out! Make sure you have prepped your fabric by ironing on the sewable Silhouette fabric interfacing. Then place it on your mat, with settings at a speed of 3 and a thickness of 33 and cut that bad boy out!
Once that is done, I have a little trick I like to use when I am placing a font onto a project. I want it to be straight and the same spacing as when I cut it out. So I use the “negative” from my font and place it on to my project. I then place the font back into place. Once they are placed I pull the negative away, leaving my gorgeously spaced font!
Press for a temporary hold. Now you are ready to sew!
I bought this shirt a Walmart for $4.00 and now have the cutest little shirt for one of my little chicas! (Dont you just love vintage flower vibe! Ooh cute, I’m positive I wore this same shirt when I was little).