School just started and we’re still trying to catch up on the projects we have on our To Do list! So, without further ado, here is an easy ScanNCut project you can make for your favorite student(s) or teacher(s) — a fun Pencil Case.
- Fabric dedicated mat (high tack fabric support sheet on a standard mat)
- Fabric pieces
cut to mat size (some with paper-packed fusible web)
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Scissors & Pinking Shears
- Marking Pen
- Sewing Machine
One of the most daunting tasks when trying to make a quick project is all the fabric cutting. Don’t get me wrong, I like to cut fabric. BUT, when it seems like I spend more time cutting and less time sewing the project, I look for a better way.
So, the fun Pencil Case uses your ScanNCut to cut the fabric to size, along with the accent details. The instructions outline how to easily get this going on your ScanNCut — from using the sticky mat for your fabric to cutting out the pieces, it’s all outlined in the project instructions.
More than a Pencil Case
Did I say this was a Pencil Case? Don’t let the project name box you into the use for this fun little case. It looks to me like it’s the perfect size for my ScanNCut2 tools!
Happy sewing… and cutting!