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Make Hexagon a Quilt Block Rubber Stamp

9 May 2013 1,371 views One Comment

by rhonda

Hexagon Quilt Block Stamp

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]

Project estimate:

  • 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!

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One Comment »

  • Carina said:

    I love this idea. Just the other day was looking at the ‘real’ hexagon quilting which I do want to try this is quicker and may satisfy the urge a little sooner. Thanks.

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