Fabric Stamps: A Tutorial

How To Make Fabric Stamps

Fabric stamps are so fun and adorable. They are the first thing I make when I reach into my scrap bin. Fabric stamps are iron-on "stamps" that you can add to clothing, pouches, tote bags, quilt labels and more.

How to make fabric stamps:

You'll need:

  1. Fabric scraps
  2. Pellon 805 Wonder Under
  3. White fabric
  4. Small ruler and rotary cutter
  5. Parchment Paper
  6. Pinking Shears

Start with finding those cute little fussy cuts and cut them out with a small ruler

Next, iron them onto a piece of non woven paper backed interfacing. I like to use Pellon 805 Wonder-Under. Make sure not to place your iron directly onto the interfacing, the glue will stick to your iron and make a mess. This is where the parchment paper comes in handy. Use the parchment paper as a buffer between your iron and the interfacing.

Cut out your fussy cuts. They will now have a peel off paper backing attached. Peel off the paper backing and iron each piece to white fabric. Make sure to space them about ½" apart. Once you have all your scraps placed, iron a second piece of Wonder Under to the back.

Just one more step! Cut them out with pinking shears.

There you have it! Happy little fabric stamps to enjoy. Add some extra detail to a quilt label, make a fun zipper pouch. Use your imagination and make something fun! Keep makin stuff :) 

2 comments

  • So cute! Thanks for the tutorial. :)

    Leslie
  • I love fabric stamps! Thank you for the tutorial :)

    Melanie

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