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Bounding Bunnypins - a Freebie for Friday! - allsorts. Happy Friday!

Bounding Bunnypins - a Freebie for Friday! - allsorts

Wow, you guys outdid yourselves on the comments about my cleaned-up studio! I don't think I've ever had that many comments on one post before. Thanks!!! All those warm fuzzies made the effort seem a lot more worthwhile. So here is a little something in return! They stitch up really quickly, so you could end up with a whole herd (flock?) Click here to download the Bounding Bunnypin pdf pattern*. How to make your Bunnypin: (sorry about the wordiness, I'm not great at this part) Out of felt, cut two of the bunny shape and one of the flower. Enjoy making your bunnypins!

Cheers, A Rooster In My Garden Felt Ornament. I don’t make a very good patient.

A Rooster In My Garden Felt Ornament

I’ve been stuck home with bronchitis. In between naps, whining about being sick, and nagged about keeping my behind in bed, I worked on this little rooster. Inspired by our Bantam roosters, Pepper and Clover, you can play with the colors of this felt ornament to match your own rooster. If you’re lucky enough to have one. If you don’t, let me know – we’ve got three and Pepper needs a new home! Click here to download the pattern. Still Standing Sprinter. The Great Grizzly This Great Grizzly, along with the Bashful Black Bear and the Fearless Polar Bear, rounds out my collection of North American bears. He Gets Me A little known fact about me is that I am incapable of cooking a grilled cheese without burning it.

An Owl in the Snow The aftermath of two snow storms – almost back to back – has left us feeling as if winter has finally arrived. The Power of the Cookie on a Snowy Walk A walk on Friday during Snow Day No. 2 was full of joy for Gidget. Over 50 Free Stuffed Animal Sewing Patterns at AllCrafts! The best FREE patterns so WONDERFUL people like YOU can create and SHARE!

Over 50 Free Stuffed Animal Sewing Patterns at AllCrafts!

Please let us know about any broken links that you find. THANKS Thousands of free patterns Search AllCrafts.net Over 50 Free Stuffed Animal Sewing Patterns at AllCrafts.net Sew an entire menagerie of stuffed animals with our photo gallery of 50+ free stuffed animal sewing patterns. Sew Crazy Monthly Challenge: January. <div class="greet_block wpgb_cornered"><div class="greet_text"><div class="greet_image"><a href=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><img src=" alt="WP Greet Box icon"/></a></div>Hello there!

Sew Crazy Monthly Challenge: January

If you are new here, you might want to <a href=" rel="nofollow"><strong>subscribe to the RSS feed</strong></a> for updates on this topic. Shapes Coloring Pages (Printable) Felt Owl Ornaments {Free Pattern. Embroidered-Pillowtop. The (tiny) elephant in the room. Stuffed animals are a favorite for kids of all ages, and for older kids who want a chance to personalize their animals, this is a perfect project.

The (tiny) elephant in the room

These dainty elephants are best for those with intermediate sewing skills. The stitches are simple, but the small size makes them somewhat tricky. The pattern can also be scaled up to make larger toys—these, without decorations, are best for young children. The pattern (see pictured) is simple and can be made from fabric scraps of almost any type (something without stretch works best, however). Scale the pattern on your computer and print it out. Put the body pieces right sides together and stitch from the tip of the trunk to the hump of the back. Decorations include 3-D fabric paint, beads, embroidery, feathers, whatever suits your fancy and your skill level. How To Make a Cut Out Monogram to Hang on a Wall or a Front Door. Monograms – I love them and now that it is Autumn and time to change the decor on my front door, I wanted to make a monogram cutout to go on my Fall wreath.

How To Make a Cut Out Monogram to Hang on a Wall or a Front Door

I bought the best plywood, got a new scroll saw blade and set to work – after two failed attempts – all those thin curlicue areas were way too hard to cut… I gave up. Then I asked myself, “Why don’t I do this the way I know best… in my own style. As many of you know I used to work as a display designer. In a day in the life of this profession I had to make lots of lettering, logos, and other decorative stuff – I did it all with foam or FomCor boards and a hot wire cutting machine.

Since I no longer work in display and don’t have access to such a machine anymore, I found the next best thing to cut Foam Cor is a very sharp craft knife and/or a Hot Knife. So after two failed attempts of trying to make a wood monogram that took me all afternoon, in less than 1 hour I had not one, but two monograms cut out and it cost me only $2.00 1. 2.