There are so many fantastic fabrics with great juvenile characters that would make fun flannel board characters to play with. I know it's all about electronics but I like to occasionally take a step back to a simpler time when your imagination took you everywhere you could want to go.... maybe even on a trip to africa for safari!
To make flannel board characters you will need:
- Print fabric (I used a fun Bongo Jungle Alexander Henry canvas)
- Peltex (a very stiff fusible interfacing)
- Heat N Bond (or other fusible web)
From your print fabric cut individual shapes leaving adequate border.
Measure your shape. Use this measurement and cut 1 - peltex, 1 - heat-n-bond, and 1 - flannel.
Iron print fabric to fusible side of Peltex following manufactures instructions.
Iron Heat N Bond fusible web to back of peltex.
Remove paper backing from fusible web. Iron flannel to this unit.
Cut out shape!