A chunkier how-to idea for you this week looking at just one way of using Kraftex (vegan leather) to create an adjustable double-layered cuff.
Kraftex is basically a card that has been mixed with rubber that, when washed, becomes a malleable material, much like thin leather.
There are two types, unwashed and pre-washed.
When using the unwashed version it has the properties of card to begin with and so will cut cleanly with the Scan N Cut and not leave any gunk on the mat. You can then soak it in water (and bash it about a bit) or chuck it in the washing machine. This process transforms it into a fabric like material that can be painted, stamped and sewn.
Anyhoo, I’d best get on with this post or you’ll be here forever.
Here is said cuff.
Even paid a super-talented hand model to come in and wear it. Well, I gave myself an extra biscuit.
This was fun (and easy) to make and defo one that can be given as a gift to those that are not your fairies and butterfly types.
If you’d like to know more, I’ve put together a video showing the process. Just hit play…
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