Don’t Scrap It. Patch It!

If you’ve got toddlers, you know their clothes can barely survive a few minutes without a stain or a tear.

Can’t clean Jenny’s jammy jeans? No worries. Slap a patch on ‘em. Blammo! You just took those tiny pants to the next level in cutting-edge kids’ fashion.

Materials

• Brother ScanNCut
• Fabric
• Canvas
• Brother sewing machine

Step 1
Cut out a bunch of funky shapes from colourful fabrics.

Tip! To cut like a master, use the high tack fabric support sheet on the standard mat to secure your fabric.

ScanNCut Flower Patch - Step 1

Step 2
Layer your shapes on top of the fabric (for extra stability).

ScanNCut Flower Patch - Step 2

Step 3
Use your Brother sewing machine to stitch details into your shapes.

ScanNCut Flower Patch - Step 3

Step 4
You’ve now got a pile of pretty little patches that are ready to cover up your tykes’ tears and stains.

Tip! Make a bunch. You’ll need ‘em! (And you thought your kids were cute already!)

About Brother
Brother shares your passion, so, we’ve created this blog as a place where you can find inspiration from our many exciting sewing, quilting, embroidery, cutting and crafting projects. We develop tutorials that range from beginner to expert so there’s something for everyone’s specific interests and skills. Try something new, today!

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