This post, Fabric Box Pattern, is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine.
- oops, I craft my pants
- i’m sew crafty
- it’s sew sew
- sewing junk
- stitch happens.
- bobbins and things
Click on the Design Space Project and click MAKE!
The screen will look like this:
Cut all the words elements from iron-on vinyl. Be sure mirror image is ON. Weed the elements.
For each box, cut out 1 fabric piece from black fabric, one from white fabric, and 1 from felt. Change the material from fabric to felt to make sure the settings are correct. The Cricut Maker comes equipped with the Rotary Blade and it will cut both materials like butter!
Peel off the excess fabric.
Repeat with black!
Layer the black fabric face UP on the felt.
The put the white fabric face DOWN on the black fabric.
Pin and sew around all the edges, leaving a 2″ opening on one of the long straight edges of the box.
Trim and clip corners and trim seam allowance.
Turn right side out and press. Sew the opening closed with a topstitch on the machine.
Use the EasyPress to fuse the black vinyl down first.
Once it is cool, layer the second color on top, offset just a little bit!
Now fold the corners up with the inside layers touching and sew to create a dimensional box.
Backstitch at the beginning and end of the corner and trim the threads!
Now make a bunch more!
I would love to make this project, but, unfortunately, I have Silhouette not Cricut.
Thanks Kate , I printed the PDF . & fixing to try it out !
I cannot find this in design space. I looked under sewing and searched for cheeky fabric boxes and searched again for just boxes and nothing came up that was this project. Any suggestions of how to find it?
Make sure you are signed into your cricut account on a desktop before clicking the link https://design.cricut.com/#/design/new/projects/user-project/131922350
What would you recommend as a replacement for the felt if you do not have a cricuit?
You can still use any kind of felt or a thick interfacing :)