I’ll be honest: I have always been better at working with paper than with fabric. Give me a stack of cardstock and a bottle of glue and I can craft circles around most folks I know. But give me a pile of fabric and a needle and thread and expect me to make anything presentable with it? Yeah right! Since that rules out quilting as a hobby for me, this idea from Mollie at Wild Olive is much more feasible for me. She carved this wonderful little hexagon stamp out of an eraser, making a DIY tool with diverse possibilities. You can embellish just about any flat surface with your quilt block stamp – you could even stamp on fabric to create an actual “faux quilt”! [how to make a hexagon quilt block rubber stamp]
- Eraser, on hand or $1
- Stamp carving tool, on hand or $1 and up
- Ink pad, on hand or $1 and up
Total: Free and up!