Beginner | 26 min 37 sec
Your bin of fabric scraps can be a treasure trove of style, as demonstrated in this fun class by accessory designer Tracey-Renee Hubbard of Scotchbonnet!. Learn how to turn a simple  rectangles of fabric into a fun scrunchie, a turban headband, and a tie-on necklace. These projects are fabulous for beginners and only require a few straight seams and a bit of elastic. While Tracey-Renee's personal aesthetic is bright, bold, and filled with pops of color, you can use any fabric you like to reflect your own taste and personalize your pieces. To see the making of the moodboard that Tracey-Renee uses to guide the cohesion of her jewelry designs, check out her class on Working With a Bead Loom.
Learn how to:
  • Sew three fabric accessories: a scrunchie, a turban headband, and a tie-on necklace
  • Make vibrant, wearable pieces with simple rectangles of fabric
  • Add elastic for stretch

What you'll get:
  • Step-by-step instructions from Tracey-Renee of Scotchbonnet! showing you how to make vibrant fabric accessories 
  • 5 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supplies list and downloadable PDF pattern
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students

Jewelry Design with Scotchbonnet!: Working with Fabric
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Sewing machine
  • Fabric shears
  • Snips
  • Fabric turner or safety pin
  • Ruler
  • Iron and ironing surface
  • Rotary cutter and cutting surface or fabric shears
  • For the turban headband:
  • Woven, non-stretch fabric (20” x 8”) 4 pieces;  (10” x 4”) 1 piece
  • Thread in coordinating color
  • 5" long of 1 ½” elastic
  • For the scrunchie:
  • Woven, non-stretch fabric (26” x 5”) 1 piece
  • Thread in coordinating color
  • 7" of  3/8” elastic
  • For the necklace:
  • Fabric 1 (24” x  2”) 2 pieces, (24” x 3”) 2 pieces
  • Fabric 2 ( 24” x 2”) 1 piece
  • Thread in coordinating color
  • Optional: masking or painter's tape
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