Pristine Pentagon DIY Mouse Pad


Pristine Pentagon DIY Mouse Pad


Pristine Pentagon DIY Mouse Pad
Pristine Pentagon DIY Mouse Pad

There are few things more satisfying than the feeling of a mouse gliding over a smooth surface as if on air. Adding infinite finesse to your computer operations, this Pristine Pentagon DIY Mouse Pad will change the way you surf the web. This DIY mouse pad uses vinyl fuse to keep the surface from becoming too dirty, and the perimeter is safely secured with hand-stitched bias tape. Learn how to make a homemade mouse pad, and you'll never need to make an office goods run ever again.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byHand


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Fusible vinyl to cover the top fabric of this mouse pad is quite unique. Love that the mouse pad can be any shape although simple geometric shapes most likely work best. Perfect for a scrap fabric project. I imagine a stiff type of interfacing suitable for fabric baskets or fabric boxes might be a good choice in place of batting.

At first I was apprehensive to think of a fabric mouse pad--after all, can you imagine how dirty it would get?!--but this lamination process has changed my mind! I think it might even work to make other sewing projects waterproof and stainproof, like mug rugs and catchalls.


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