Pink Chalk Studio made these colorful fabric covered switch plates. I love her technique for sewing an extra piece of fabric in the middle to keep the fabric lines clean when you glue the switch plate to the fabric. A great way to use up your fabric scraps!
From the pages of CRAFT:01:
CRAFT:01 – “70’s Tie-Upholstered Switch Plate” by Matt Maranian, p. 38. Preview the article in the Digital Edition.
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2 thoughts on “Fabric Covered Switch Plates”
What a great idea. My sewing skills are not that advanced, BUT, paper & glue would probably achieve similar result. I do have one tip for folks, lightly sand the switchplate cover if it’s plastic so it’s a little tacky. It works ok if you use a super-fine grit paper or steel wool it will make any plastic easier to glue on
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