Deploy That Fabric

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23 Sewing Projects Use Military Uniforms in Everyday Life

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Show your pride in our troops every day! All members of the Armed Forces have to buy multiple uniforms, some of which become decommissioned. Learn how to recycle these uniforms and blend in some cheerful, contemporary fabrics to create useful family treasures with one-of-a-kind style. Even if you don’t have a service member in your life, you can make these cool projects using camouflage fabrics or uniforms purchased from surplus stores.”  -C&T Publishing



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The title features 23 sewing projects for your lifestyle.  Each project re-purposes a military uniform in to a fun hip sewn creation.  Whether it is for the home, for the baby, for a deployment or for yourself, be proud to carry and use the uniform.

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12 Responses to “Deploy That Fabric”

  1. [...] It is home to a little army post named FT HOOD!  Yes, Ft Hood will be the kick-off location for Deploy That Fabric.  Projects from the book are on display for the month of July to promote the event.  I will be [...]

  2. [...] away.  The contest is open until Monday the 18th of July.  You have a chance to win a copy of Deploy That Fabric as well as the fabulous Eco Friendly tote, based on a quilt pattern IN the book.  Yep, that cool [...]

  3. [...] recently Quiltin Country hosted the book launch party for Deploy That Fabric, down at Ft Hood TX, in Killeen.  Man, those ladies can put on a party.  There were quite a few [...]

  4. [...] remade the cover quilt from Deploy That Fabric, Triangle Jubilee.  The original orange, Denyse Schmidt fabric quilt with be with C&T [...]

  5. [...] use a military uniform to transform it from garment into new fresh stitched projects.  The book, Deploy That Fabric, has everything from bags to quilts, from baby to holiday.  It even has a couple of craft and home [...]

  6. [...] my recycled military uniform patterns and in Deploy That Fabric, all the patterns have yardage for sewing with a uniform OR sewing the whole project just with fun [...]

  7. [...] like the stroller blanket in my book, this coverlet also has a buttonhole in one corner.  “Why?” You ask.   Easy, this is [...]

  8. [...] This is your official invitation to the Manhattan Kansas Book Signing event for Deploy That Fabric! [...]

  9. [...] flap is called Triangle Jubilee by Jen Eskridge.  Directions for making the quilt can be found in Deploy That Fabric. var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; Fall 2011 Quilt Market Booth [...]

  10. [...] the Manhattan KS / Fort Riley area, come by All About Quilts on Oct 8th from 1-3p to check out the Deploy That Fabric trunk show & pick up your signed copy!  Tell a friend and post this on your Facebook [...]

  11. [...] And of course, I should probably tell you- the pattern for this bag is available in the book Deploy That Fabric. [...]

  12. […] Small Sewn Gifts Sew Along project is a take on one of the projects in Deploy That Fabric.  The concept- use scraps, sew through paper- get a cool one-of-a-kind (ooak) card.  Can […]

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