Easy Fabric Journal Cover
Tutorial And Flip-Through

by Debbie-Anne





Here's a tutorial of how I make quick and easy fabric covers for junk journals. If you don't have fabric, you can recycle things such as - large burlap rice bags, old shirts, tote bags and more! I hope you're inspired to try it out!



Finished journals with fabric cover:




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Tutorial And Flip-Through

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Feb 12, 2017
Great Technique
by: Diana Trout

I love the technique - I've done it a bit differently in particular I love the fraying inside cover. I love that look.

Jan 13, 2017
Fabric
by: Debbie-Anne

Hi Mary, you're welcome! I believe I ordered the fabric from fabric.com.

Jan 13, 2017
Great tutorial!
by: Anonymous

Debbie, thank you so much for the great tutorial! Where did you get the beautiful fabric?

Thank you!
Mary

Jan 12, 2017
I Was Looking For a More Interesting Method
by: Debbie-Anne

I've made many placemats the way you're suggesting which is how most of the fabric covered midoris are being made and just wanted something fun and 'junkier' looking than sewing the fabrics together. But yes, the signatures could certainly be sewn into the whole cover as well :)

Jan 12, 2017
Question
by: Anonymous

I am wondering if you could for example just sew the butterfly fabric to the other fabric (with some interfacing or quilt padding) and sew your signatures to it. That would save on the glueing. Have you ever tried that?

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