Those of you in my patreon classes will have a wonderful opportunity to be taught by svg designer extraordinaire, Nancy Backes LIVE tomorrow. If you are NOT in the Patreon group, I WILL be making this video available to everyone because this project that Nancy has done for us is way too good for you to miss. I’ve GOTTA SHARE!!!
So here is a little bit of what Nancy has designed for us. In the class she will tell us how to use her templates (which will be available for FREE on my website soon!). Again, if you are in the Patreon.com/pattyanne group, watch your email for the link to the LIVE Zoom class. Otherwise, watch for the video to be posted on Youtube.com/pattyannesplace.
I don’t think you’ll want to miss this one!!! Cricut (yes, you can use with your Cameo) Buy 3 GET 3 FREE!!! Not only that….if you use the coupon code, HAPPY, you will get AN EXTRA 10% OFF AND FREE SHIPPING!!! Here is my LINK.
Honesly, this is a sale that can’t be beat!!!!
Well, thanks so much for your ongoing support. Those of you learning to use the Silhouette Software, please let me know if you have any questions!!!
youtube.com/pattyannesplace (make sure you’re subscribed and you’ve hit the little bell so that you’ll be notified!
I have been a bit under the weather so have not been posting the last week or so. Because of this, you may have missed some great videos!
I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed creating the projects!!
For those of you who joined me LIVE today on YouTube, as promised here is a photo of the finished towel. I absolutely LOVE the way it turned out! I’m still not sure why that one sheet of vinyl gave me so much trouble. Is there such a thing as a ‘bad’ sheet of htv?
Anyhoooooo, I think that Jean Freda will give me a thumbs up on this Mystery Kit Project.
Here is my affiliate link to the flour towels that I used. Thanks for helping support my channel by using my links!
I have got a terrific new site to share with you! When you use this site, you can create patterns for your Cricut machine (Design Space) or your Silhouette Cameo machine (Silhouette Studio) or your ScanNCut machine (Canvas)!!!
These patterns are terrific for print then cut cardstock OR print then cut heat transfer materials for t-shirts, bags, etc!
Here is the link to the site AND below you will find a short video on how to use the site for Silhouette machines and Cricut machines!
We recently ‘enjoyed’ the Apple Festival in our town along with approximately 275,000 others! Most locals don’t go to it because our tiny main street is just jam packed with people. We did brave it this year since the weather was cooler. (I still don’t understand why the thing isn’t held in October!)
Here’s a brief look at one of my favorite bands to play there for those of you who like OLDIES.
Ok, on to the video link for the Cross Body bag. I hope you enjoy the video AND perhaps make one (or a few for gifts!) The FREE file is in the LIBRARY!!
We at Team PattyAnne had sooo much fun creating these svgs for you. We hope you love them as much as we do!!
Don’t forget that you can use my affiliate link to ShopAuntieTay.com (put in pattyanne as a code to get 10% off the purchase the reflective htv.
Below is the video of Mr. and Mrs Cranium. I hope you don’t find it too scary. Tracy, from Australia told us before our LIVE CLASS today that she started watching it late last night when she was home alone and had to turn it off until the morning. Sorry, Tracy! Didn’t mean for it to be THAT SCARY.
Well, in addition to posting several videos to YouTube this week, we also had our LIVE CLASS (it’s held every Saturday morning). This class focused on creating these with our Silhouette Business Edition Software that we use for Cricut machines and Silhouette machines! Join us! It is only $5 per month and you get 4-5 classes AND get to hang out with a great group of ‘girls’ and one guy (so far!). Just go to patreon.com/pattyanne to sign up.
This video was a lot of fun to makeBECAUSE I really love it when I can create a video for someone’s specific question. As you will hear (and see) in the video, I am directly answering a fellow crafters ‘call for help’.
Here are the links to the other videos that I mentioned in this one.
You may enjoy watching them in your free time!
Greetings!!! I enjoyed doing this video and even though the project did not turn out exactly as I had hoped, I was still pretty pleased with the outcome. As I mention in the video, the bag and the fabric paints that I used came from Hobby Lobby. I do have a link below for a less expensive way to purchase the fabric paints if you want to give this a try!
Have fun creating custom bags with this fabric paint. I guide you through the process step-by-step.