Want to know what to do when your sheet gets a hole too big to mend? Just cut it into little rectangles and make this monogram!
You’ll need: a piece of cardboard, hot glue gun, lots of little fabric squares/rectangles in two contrasting colors.
Rectangles don’t need to be perfectly the same size–just get them all in the same ballpark. The sheet I used was made of green flannel. The white fabric was leftover from some other project.
Step 1. Find a piece of old cardboard, cut it to whatever size you wish, and draw out the letter(s) of your monogram. I did “M” for Melton. Any cardboard will do…I used a clean pizza box (in case you were wondering).
Step 2. Put your finger in the middle of a piece of fabric & wrap it around your finger like a big ol’ bandage.
Step 3. Use your glue gun to make the “bandage” keep the correct shape.
Step 4. Glue the bottom end of the fabric to the correct area of the cardboard.
Repeat Steps 2-4 until finished.
Make sure to “pack them in” tightly. You don’t want any ugly gaps!
Step 5. Proudly display your latest repurpose/craft for the world to see.