Looking for a quick and cost effective way to make a statement in your home office, entryway or favorite space? Framed fabric is a no sew DIY that will transform that boring wall in a snap.
Today we’ll show you some of our favorite frame worthy prints, and you’ll even have a chance to win these three stunning shibori fabrics!
- ½ yard of shibori fabric per frame (we used Art Gallery Observer Indigo Window Crystal, Indian Batik Wind Cave Tie Dye Blue and Indian Batik Wind Cave Tie Dye Stripe ).
- Frames (we chose a metallic gold 16”x20” frame, but any size or color will do!)
Frame Your Fabric
All you have to do is lay out your fabric wrong side up and trim to the size of your frame. We found that the cardboard insert included with your frame makes the perfect template for tracing and cutting!
Then, insert the fabric into your frame and hang as desired.
Could it be any simpler?
Other Frameworthy Fabrics
If the shibori/indigo dyed look doesn't fit your aesthetic, we thought we’d give you some other frame worthy fabric ideas for different spaces throughout your home!
For the Nursery
The whimsy woodland look is super on-trend for nursery décor, and you can instantly transform your little one’s space by framing prints from the Wilderness Collection from Camelot. The teepee prints in this collection are pretty darn cute, too!
For the Home Office
We love a pop of bold, bright color in home offices! We were inspired by the Cotton + Steel Trinket Collection (we adore the pens and telephones) and Erin McMorris’ Noteworthy fabric in Globetrot Smoke.
For the Sewing Room
Finally, here are some fabulous fabrics that would be perfect for hanging in a sewing room! Thimbles, thread and tiny irons? Yes, please!
Enter this week’s giveaway!
Don’t forget that you have a chance to win the shibori fabric we used for our frames! All you have to do is:
- Comment on this blog post and tell us what prints from fabric.com you would frame in your favorite space
- Like our DIY Shibori Framed Fabric post on Facebook or Instagram.
We will announce the winner on the blog this Thursday, when we’ll have another great tutorial for you!