12 Days of Christmas : Candy Cane


Hi there… happy Saturday! Here’s a quick project idea for today’s free shape… I’ve taken a plain white kitchen towel, and stitched a gathered strip of fabric to the bottom. Then, I cut the candy cane shape out of red flocked heat transfer and ironed it onto the towel, placing it in the center towards the bottom.

Super easy, and a great way to add a fun pop of holiday color to the kitchen.  It would make for a great little gift too.

4 thoughts on “12 Days of Christmas : Candy Cane

  1. Unknown says:

    Cute idea Jeana…

  2. Unknown says:

    very cute Jeana…

    1. Barbara Jay says:

      Very nice.
      I have a question. On the Silhouette tutorial on how to use Heat Transfer material in step #2 it says to use the “Blue Cap ” and a thickness of 16-18 for smooth heat transfer material and the “Pink cap” and a thickness of 28-33 for flocked heat transfer material . What are the “Blue & Pink caps ” they are referring to??
      Here is the tutorial I am referring to:
      http://www.silhouetteamerica.com/cutheatTransfer.aspx

    2. jeana says:

      Hi Barbara,

      The colored caps were used on the Silhouette SD. Here is a tutorial using the heat transfer with the CAMEO. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwuItoS5ZXY

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