While Story can be used to create amazing quilts and bags, it is also fabric that appeals to kids in a BIG way. It invites creativity and play. It's the perfect kid-friendly fabric.
When the package of fabric arrived, my kids got excited too. What was this wonderful fabric with colorful images and words? And could they play with it? Yes, yes! Phoebe was taken by the images and immediately began to write her own fabric story appliquéing images and writing a silly love story that only a ten-year-old can tell.
Sewing School. A sweet house pocket and dog stuffie was a must!
Sewing School 2. You can make one too. I'll show you how.
Sewing School 2.)
Ultra Heat'n Bond. I like to iron a large section of fabric onto the Heat'n Bond and then iron the whole thing onto another felt square. If you've never used Heat'n Bond before, it's easy, just follow the package directions.
Stop by Such Designs and enter to win a fat quarter bundle and a copy of her awesome book The Little Spark which I raved about here. You should also stop by these other crafty sights for more Story fun.