Silhouette Fabric Challenge – 44 Fabulous Projects

SilhouettechallengecollageMy friends from the Silhouette Challenge Facebook Group are sharing projects on their blogs that were entered in the February Fabric Challenge.

You will find inspiration for all kinds of fabric projects to make with your Silhouette machine!

  1. No-Sew Valentine’s Day Pillows by A Tossed Salad Life
  2. No-Sew Interchangeable Fabric Bunting by unOriginal Mom
  3. Monogrammed Burlap Garden Flag by The Turquoise Home
  4. Crawl, Walk, Bike by It’s Always Craft Time
  5. Freezer Paper Stenciled Tote Bags by Weekend Craft
  6. DIY Bleach Spray Shirt by Practically Functional
  7. Stenciling Sherlock by Please Excuse My Craftermath…
  8. Felt Star Wands by Cutesy Crafts
  9. Yoda Kid’s T-Shirt by Architecture of a Mom
  10. Mark Your Territory- Dog Flags by Black and White Obsession
  11. Nautical Pillows by Lil’ Mrs. Tori
  12. Big Sister Gift & Silhouette Cut File by Creative Ramblings
  13. Nerdy Baby Onesies + Free Cut File by Essentially Eclectic
  14. Easy Easter Bunny Onesie – Silhouette Cameo Craft by Adventures in All Things Food & Family
  15. Fabric Envelopes for LEARNING LETTERS! (& cut file) by From Wine to Whine
  16. “Good Morning, Sunshine!” Memo Board by Tried & True
  17. Hearts-A-Lot Burlap Pillow Cover by My Paper Craze
  18. Baby Quilt by Dragonfly & Lily Pads
  19. Surprise Holiday Banner by Whats Next Ma
  20. “Team Betty” Tote Bag by The Thinking Closet
  21. DIY Sock Minion by Create it. Go!
  22. Pretty Up Some Organza Bags by Getsilvered
  23. Easy Heart Appliqued Onsies by Create & Babble
  24. Bleach Pen Gel & Freezer Paper Stencils Made with the Silhouette Machine by Bringing Creativity 2 Life
  25. Valentines Baby Onesie & Boy’s Shirt + Free Cut Files by The Frill of Life
  26. Valentine’s OWL Always Love You T-shirt by My Favorite Finds
  27. DIY Screen Printed Curtains by Chicken Scratch NY
  28. Fabric Painted Quilted Wall Hanging by Terri Johnson Creates
  29. Glitter Iron-On Top by Simply Kelly Designs
  30. DIY Monogrammed T-shirts with Silhouette Heat Transfer Material by Pitter and Glink
  31. Birthday Challenge by Fadville
  32. Machine Applique with SIlhouette Cameo by The Sensory Emporium
  33. Fabric Applique Valentine’s Day T-Shirt by DailyDwelling
  34. “Cute as Cupid” shirt by crafts, cakes, and cats
  35. Sew Cute Applique by Life After Laundry
  36. Rhino Onesie by It Happens in a Blink
  37. Upcycled Birchbox Cameo Accesory Organizer by Cupcakes&Crowbars
  38. Customizing textiles with Heat Transfer Vinyl (working title) by feto soap
  39. Easy Fabric Art by McCall Manor
  40. Lady Bug Tote Bag with Silhouette Rhinestones by Ginger Snap Crafts
  41. Mommy and Em’s Coordinated Aprons by TitiCrafty
  42. Canvas sketch project and a share by Clever Someday
  43. Foxy Lady Pajamas by Mabey She Made It
  44. Teddy Bear by Work in Progress

I know that just like me, these amazing crafters have inspired you to try a fabric project with your Silhouette!!! Leave a comment and tell me which project(s) inspired you the most. When you visit their sites, be sure to leave a comment there too! Comments make us so happy!!!

Peace, Love and Joy,



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2 Replies to “Silhouette Fabric Challenge – 44 Fabulous Projects”

  1. Joyce, love the detailed instructions for the projects. I’m having trouble seeing the finished project. I have a box that tells me “turn your images on. you’re missing a cute scrapbook page” is that on your side, or on my side? If it means for me to turn on the images, do you know how I should do that? Do I have to have an intagram account?

    • Hi Anne,

      I’m so sorry that you’re having problems with seeing the images for the projects. No matter how good & detailed the instructions are, it’s not going to help if you can’t see the projects!!!

      The “Turn your images on, you’re missing a cute scrapbook page” is a message I’ve added to encourage people to turn images on if their server doesn’t automatically load photos. Are you having trouble viewing the images just in the PLJ Newsletter or on the blog too? If it’s only in your email, many servers don’t automatically load images and there should be a “Load Image” button somewhere on your email page. On my email account, sometimes it loads the images. Other times it gives me the message, “To protect your privacy, remote images are blocked in this message.” Then there’s a button that I have to click on that says, “Display images” I’ve never been able to figure out why sometimes that happens. And no, you do not need an Instagram account to view the images.

      If you don’t mind, could you let me know if you are finally able to figure out how to see the images? I’m going to contact me email company (AWeber) and see if they have any advice.

      Peace, Love and Joy,

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