- Colorful Scrap Fabric
- Iron-On Heat Bond (sold at Craft Stores, and even Walmart, in the sewing section)
- Hexagon Template (I used THIS ONE from Mollie over at Wild Olive)
- Take your scraps of colorful fabric and iron on Heat-Bond to the back. Now, if you have yet to work with Heat Bond, this is some cool stuff. It acts like glue that you activate with the heat of an iron. When you iron it onto the back of the fabric there will be a paper side.
- Next, take the template and cut out several hexagons.
- Then, peal off the paper from the back of each hexagon, arrange as desired on each side of your pouch and iron in place. I recommend ironing down one hexagon at a time. Since hexagons have straight edges any thing not straight will stick out like a sore thumb.
Here’s a close-up of the finished pouch. I love using heat bond because it allows me to add embellishment without spending hours stitching! Yay!
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