I had heard about Smart-Fab at first through another blog, and I was very interested. So, when I was given the opportunity to try it through Tomoson, I jumped on it.
Here’s a video to show you all of the different uses of it:
So, what do I think?
It is a very interesting feeling fabric. It feels almost like the material that is on some classroom materials (not the slippery nylon, but the one with more of a bumpy feel). It is thin, but not too thin to be impractical. If you look closely, you can definitely see the texture of the material, but you can work with it rather well and easily, I like that it doesn’t fray, and I think that the versatility of it is wonderful. I can see us using it for capes and dress-up costumes in the future due to its durability and cost. I received a red, yellow, and green sample roll, but I didn’t have anything specific to make with those colors right now, so an example will come about later. I will say that it looks a little on the cheap side, but for the right uses, it can be great.
To find other ideas, I highly encourage you to check out the Smart Fab Pinterest boards. You can also check out their Facebook page, where they regularly have contests and giveaways. If you want to purchase them, there is a list on their website of retailers, but I would recommend you getting it directly from Amazon via our affiliate link:
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.