Hi, friends! Have you ever seen a fabric design so beautiful that you wish you could frame it and put in on your wall?! Well, you can! And even better, it is one of the easiest DIY projects you can do for your home but packs a big punch aesthetically. I’m Abby from Sew Much Ado, and today I’m sharing how to make Framed Fabric Art!
The possibilities with this project are truly endless. In just a few minutes, you can create a completely unique piece of art, or even better, a few pieces that coordinate perfectly together.
One of my favorite fabric lines at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores is the Nate Berkus home décor fabrics (you can see it in action in the Floor Pillow Tutorial I shared). I love the geometric, clean lines, and these three navy and white patterns were an easy choice!
Are you ready to make your own custom art? Let’s get started!
Framed Fabric Art Supplies:
• Fabrics – one design for each frame (Fabric should measure the size of the respective frame. I used three Nate Berkus fabrics: Linea Paramount Caspian, Indre Lynwood Navy, and Cleone Paramount Caspian).
• Spray adhesive (optional if you’d like to frame the fabric without glass)
Begin by carefully removing frame backing.
Place frame backing onto fabric and trace around. Be aware of placement so you’ll be showcasing the fabric as you’d like to!
Cut fabric along traced lines and place fabric into the frame. If you’d like to keep the frame glass out (it will show the texture of the fabric better in the finished art), it is helpful to first spray the frame backing with spray adhesive and then attach the fabric to the backing.
Secure frame backing in place and voila!
Customize each project to work in any room, and you’ll love each unique look!