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Thread: How could you use this anti-bullying fabric?

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    How could you use this anti-bullying fabric?

    Lots of communities are speaking out against bullying... and so one of the fabric companies has made this fabric. Trouble is... I don't know how it could be used.

    Any ideas?
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    how about a tote, purse, or backpack... something that gets carried around
    Nancy in western NY
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    T is it True? H is it Helpful? I is it Inspiring? N is it Necessary? K is it Kind?



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    I would say it would be great as the focus fabric for blocks in wall hangings in schools, public libraries, hospitals, and other organizations and institutions that children are likely to be in.

    Joyce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retired GI Jo View Post
    I would say it would be great as the focus fabric for blocks in wall hangings in schools, public libraries, hospitals, and other organizations and institutions that children are likely to be in.

    Joyce
    I agree with all the suggestions so far. Also could be an insert in a sweatshirt. But the wall hanging for school hall way or office is a great start.
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    I might use it in a garment, like the back of a jacket. Or as a tote bag or backpack.

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    I agree with some of the other posts of making a wall hanging for a school, library, other public place. Maybe incorporate some fabric with kids on it.
    Joyce

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    I would like to make a sun visor or hat with it on.

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    Pillow cases for kids.

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    I really like the idea of a backpack or tote - but thought a notebook, laptop or binder cover would do well, too.

    Also, if this were used as a focus fabric for the center of a panel for a tote (satin stitching a rectangle or square onto one side), these could be sold to raise school funds.

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    how about book covers

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