paint brushes (I like to use a brush to apply and sponge brush to smooth).
Length: Cut fabric long enough to cover length of handle, and add an extra 3/4″ at end.
Width: Make sure fabric wraps around hoe, but only overlaps by 1/2″.
Apply fabric. Make sure fabric is tight to with metal hoe part. Also line up fabric so that overlapping fabric will be on the underside of hoe. Keep applying Mod Podge and fabric to top section of hoe, until you have covered the entire length of hoe.
Time to work on underside of hoe.
Apply Mod Podge and fold over remaining side of fabric. Do for the entire length of hoe.
Hoe should be fully covered now. Again, gently smooth out fabric.
At this point, I added another fabric, but you don’t need to. (Just skip this part and go to the next if you are not applying another piece of fabric.) Fabric should be about 3/4″ longer then end of hoe. Apply Mod Podge and fabric same way as before.
At this point, I added a few more pieces of fabric to end of hoe and a little star. Add any extras now.
Let hoe dry about 1/2 hour and then apply Mod Podge to entire hoe. Remember thin layers. Do this about 3 times or so, letting hoe dry 1/2 hour in between applications. When finished Mod Podging hoe allow to dry overnight. Hoe will feel tacky, that is normal. (The acrylic spray will take the tackiness away). Next day, spray with Krylon Clear Acrylic indoor/outdoor spray paint. I sprayed my hoe 4 times with allowing 1/2 hour in between applications. Allow hoe to dry a few hours before using.