Fun With Folded Fabric Boxes: All No-Sew Projects - Fat-Quarter Friendly - Elegance in Minutes
A Bounty of Boxes to Fashion From Fabric & Paper. Quick and easy no-sew techniques for making beautiful origami boxes with our easy-to-follow how-to illustrations and photos. Make in a variety of sizes—and have fun embellishing them! There is no limit to the ways you can use these impressive boxes: pretty storage, home décor accents, gift boxes, party favors...Inspired by a traditional folded Japanese box (masu), the boxes can be funky, lavish, or elegant depending on the materials you choose. Perfect for fat quarters or those special papers you’ve been saving. Includes lots of embellishment ideas.
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Fun with Folded Fabric BoxesUser Review - csldsl - Overstock.com
Good concept but more frustration than fun. Instructions are poorly written and confusing. I took a class using this book and it took 7 of us to figure out some of the folds. Practice with paper first ... Read full review
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Banded Box batik bonding fabric Box Bottom 17 Box Bottom Fold Box Bottom Lid Box folds Box see pages Closed Box Step Complete Steps Crease line Crystal Mills Cut 1 square Cut 2 smaller Cutting the Fabric decoupage Depth of Fold direction unfold divider see pages edge length fabric Basic materials fabric square fat quarter Finish the bottom Finished Height Flower Box fold a Self-Closing Fold a standard-height Fold and unfold Fold in Fold Folding a Lid folding snugly fitting Folding the Box folds in place indicated with purple indicated with red leftover fabric Lids and Box materials See pages Michael Miller Mountain fold indicated procedure for folding purple dashed lines quarter of stiffened red dashed lines Self-Closing Box side of fabric side-to-side divider snugly fitting lids square knot squares 17"x standard-height Basic Box stiffened fabric Basic Turn the fabric Twisted Square Box Valley fold indicated Victorian Box