Phoomph Cuff Bracelet Spring Market

All posts may contain affiliate links.

What can I say?  Spring market was a blast.  Not only was I in the funky and self-proclaimed city of weird (Portland) but I was at market.  The mecca of eye candy for stitchers like us.  The main reason for my trip was to create this simple cuff bracelet for attendees to make & take using Phoomph.  Last week, I gave  you the sneak peek but this week you get the full how to! This way, you can create your own cuff bracelet.

Phoomph Cuff Bracelet


Phoomph Cuff Bracelet | The Sewing Loft

This project is for all skill levels.

Skill Level- 1 Button


*optional- buttons

  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun

Basic Instructions:

  1. Cut 2 pieces of Phoomph™ 1 1/2″ wide x 4″ long. Cut felt for cuff backing 2 1/4″ wide x 5″ long. 
  2. Peel backing from Phoomph and adhere to wrong side of fabric; trim away excess fabric.
  3. Peel backing from second piece of Phoomph and adhere to the center of the felt. Peel away other side of paper backer and center ribbon in place.  Remove paper backer from fabric rectangle and sandwich the ribbon in place.
  4. Embellish the top of your Phoomph cuff bracelet by layering “fussy cuts” of fabric on top and hot gluing in place.  You can also add buttons for fun details.

Making Phoomph Cuff Bracelets | The Sewing Loft

We had a blast creating cuffs with Phoomph and Tim Holtz new fabric line Eclectic Elements.  For more easy projects using this product stop by and visit the Coats & Clark project inspiration section.

The Sewing Loft



Looking for more info on market? Then you will not want to miss Monday’s post.  It is jam-packed with photos from the trip.


Hello! Are you new to The Sewing Loft?

If so, I’m glad you stopped by and hope that something has inspired you to keep your needle moving!  Don’t miss a single project and subscribe via email HERE! Bonus- free embroidery pattern with newsletter sign up.

Another great way to connect with me is via FacebookPinterestTwitterGoogle + or Follow my blog with Bloglovin.  I’m looking forward to getting to know you and creating together!


  1. How cute are these! You are so clever!

  2. I have a group of six ladies I teach a “sewing class” to at a homeless shelter. I bought the Phoomph today and I plan to try the bracelets next session. I think it will be a welcome change and alot of fun. Bought the stiff Phoomph to make flowers to stick on top of the bracklet our of fabric.

Speak Your Mind