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!)

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