Download this FREE Printable Hand Lettering Practice Sheet and follow this Hand Lettered Fabric Tutorial to create a beautiful piece of artwork!
I will tell you that Hand Lettering is by far my favorite “craft,” but I’ve always had a love for fabric. Even though I have no talent whatsoever with sewing, I’ve always loved the medium. Lettering on the fabric was always a bust because the markers bleed. Well, this hand Fabric Stabilizer from Terial Arts solved that problem and I love the results, and I think you will, too! Follow this Hand Lettered Fabric Tutorial and download the FREE Hand Lettering Practice Sheet to create your own fabric artwork!
What you’ll need for this Hand Lettered Fabric Tutorial:
- FREE Printable Hand Lettering Practice Sheet (download at the end of this post or choose from my library of practice sheets)
- Fabric (try some from my Spoonflower Line)
- Fabric Scissors
- Medium Bowl
- Terial Arts Fabric Stabilizer
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen
- Tombow Fudenosuke Pen
- Cutterpillar or Paper Trimmer (optional)
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- First, you’ll need to cut out the Fabric a little larger than the size of the frame.
- Place the Fabric in a bowl, and spray with Terial Arts Fabric Stabilizer until it’s completely saturated (soaked all the way through). Pick up the excess spray from around the bowl with the Fabric.
- Let it dry until it’s just damp (a few minutes).
- Iron until it’s completely dry. This will stiffen the fabric.
- Place the Hand Lettering Practice Sheet on the table, then tape the fabric on top of the practice sheet to hold it in place.
- Use the Tombow Fudenosuke Pen for the finer letters (like to plant a, is to and tomorrow).
- Use the Brush tip of the Tombow Dual Brush Pen for the thicker letters, and the fine tip end for “in” and the embellishments.
- Trim down, if needed (I even use my cutterpillar to cut fabric after I use the Fabric Stabilizer), then frame!
I just love this quote from Audrey Hepburn. It’s optimistic and beautiful. Plus it goes AMAZING with this floral print! I can’t wait to try out more Hand Lettered Fabric with some of my other fabric patterns (and I’m dying to make more…I need a clone!) If you’re like me and can’t sew, check out the products at Roostery. You can purchase chairs, pillows, napkins and placemats with this design!
Download the FREE Hand Lettering Practice Sheet Below
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