Step 4: Fold elastic in half and slide the looped side between the two pieces of fabric. Step 10: Using a pencil, mark where the inside of the elastic is.
One of the ideas on my boards was a fabric coffee sleeve.
It turned out to be a fun and simple sewing project.
And, it's so handy to keep in the car when you go through the drive through or into a coffee shop to get your coffee so you don't waste a cardboard coffee sleeve!
I read an article online that 14 billion cups of coffee are served each year, each wrapped in their own cardboard coffee sleeve.
Step 2: Iron interfacing onto the back side of your back fabric. Step 6: Sew almost all the way around the two layers of fabric using 1/4" seam allowance. Step 8: Top stitch around the coffee sleeve with an 1/8" seam allowance.
(Not pictured) Step 3: Lay front and back fabric right sides together. Leave about a 2" gap on one side of the fabric to all you to turn the fabric right side out. Step 9: Fold the edge with the elastic 1/2" over the non elasic edge.
Do you go to Pinterest much to look for inspiration for your next crafty project or recipe?
I have lots of things pinned but don't get around to making everything pinned to my boards.A couple blogs that I follow regularaly posted "the Pinterest Challenge" last week and I decided to do it!