This week’s Crafty Project is another French Grain Sack Towel project and printable! You may recall a similar one HERE that I did awhile back. It was quite popular so, I thought I would come up with a new design!
(This one is suitable for printing directly on fabric, for decoupage etc.)
(Use this image when you need a reverse image for transfer projects, as with Iron on Transfers or Citra Solv transfers etc.)
I used the mirrored image and used the Citra Solv Transfer method. You can find the instructions and a tutorial HERE. If you can’t find Citra Solv locally (most health food stores carry it) you can order it online Here, at Stampington.
I had such a blast designing this printable! The French Grain image is from an tiny antique French book, that I purchased from a seller in France. I invented the name of the Mill and the address, so please don’t try to find it if you go to Paris, it doesn’t exist! The funny thing is, I had to change the address on this. I googled the first address that I came up with and it turned out, it was the address to a Paris strip club. Whoops!!! I’m sure glad I googled it before I finalized the project!
I liked this so much, I made some place mats too! I think these would be great to sell at craft shows or in a shop, if you have one. Now go make some towels, or pillows or whatever you like…. and have fun!!
I’m linking this one up to:
Frugal Friday at The Shabby Nest
Made by you Monday at Skip to My Lou
Get Your Craft On Tuesday at Today’s Creative Blog