Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Memory Game

Memory: The family version

For my nephews birthday (I'm ashamed to admit it was months ago and this package is just leaving our house) I made a custom memory game with photos of all of our family with him.

This project is simple and you could even make a no-sewing version.

Print two copies of each photo on printable fabric (available at craft and fabric stores). I made mine 4" x 4". Iron the photos onto 4" squares of double sided fusible pellon (also available by the yard at your local craft or fabric store). Iron a 4" square of fabric on the other side, make sure you choose a plain fabric or overall print. Pink the edges, using pinking shears or a fancy blade on your rotary cutter. I then zigzagged around the edges, but you could skip this step if you don't sew.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Toddler vest

Keenans sweater vest recycled from daddy's old sweater.

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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Easter Roundup!

Easter flew bye this year. I found the hiding knit chick, finished the fabric eggs and recycled one of Cary's old sweaters into a new sweater vest for Keenan (he was so excited he immediately wore it outside to garden, hence it made it to the hamper before photos)

Keenan's Easter Basket (don't you love the bunny basket my mom made him!)

The chick was hiding in the garden enjoying the spring weather


The best part about fabric eggs, you can keep hiding and finding them.