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Cute! Came to your blog via the sewing.craftgossip.com site.
What a great idea! I didn’t know it was so easy. I’m going to have to try it. Like right now!!
great job Vanessa! cute
Hi Vanessa, Just wanted to say Thanks for this super cute idea – just what I needed to make Valentines special for my toddlers without spending a lot of $$$. Also, I wanted to let you know I added your craft idea to my list of favorite Valentines crafts 🙂
embroidery is always fun!
1. you’re weirding me out that you know i used your pattern! what is it that you know that i don’t know?! but yes, loving your pattern. so cute. girl and i are loving the process.
2. where did you get your “as seen on craftgossip” button? i want one!
oh, and one more thing? love this blog.
I actually was looking at your post on baby doll diapers and I scrolled down and there it was! YAY! I was so thrilled to see your daughter hard at work on something I came up with.
I got the craftgossip button from a friends page who was also featured. I just saved a copy of the picture (right off her blog), posted the pic onto mine and turned it into a link to the site.
So glad to hear you love my blog! It means so much.
what a cute little scarf :)…thanks for participating on my giveaway 🙂 and keep sharing your wonderful crafts
I love your hearts! Thank you – I see that you’re new to blogging and so am I – I just signed up to follow your blog and was wondering if I can post about your blog on my blog – maybe we can help grow our readers. Email me if you’re interested – email@example.com Thanks!
I agree with Anna, I love to stitch, too!
The clothesline bag looks good, it is a nice gift for your sister.
These are so cute! What a great idea!
This is so cute! I would love to try it. Thanks for sharing! P.S. I followed the link from Ruffles and Stuff…
this is an adorable project!!!
wow… what a wonderful idea!!! i am making this soon!! thank you!
Beautiful! I love it!
I LOVE this too! I think “I” could even make this one and have it actually look pretty good! ;)Super idea!
It would also be great for older kids to make for their parents as a gift…going to share!
I’m also one of your “new” followers 😉
This is so pretty and so easy! I love it! Thanks for sharing!
LOVE this! Absolutely brilliant. Saw you featured on Mod Podge rocks.
What a cute idea! It came out very pretty!
very cute vanessa! you’re on a roll now….
This is adorable. And I bet it looks even cuter IRL. I’ve posted a link. Thanks for sharing!
What a cute little bag!! I blogged about your tutorial at Craft Gossip Sewing:
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So beautiful! Thanks for sharing. I’m going to link you on my blog.
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awe, so cute. they’ll both love them I’m sure.
That came out great. I love the vivid green. Your photo is stunning, also.
This is really cute, however, my GIRL loves Dinos, so I think I would do this in pink 🙂 Where did you find the pattern for the TREX skull??
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I love this! Great way to spice up an old shirt.
I would love for you to link this (and any other boy related craft) to my What are little boys made of? Weekly Round-up. It happens every Thursday at seven thirty three – – – a creative blog
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I love this dress! I kept looking at it in the gallery. Congrats on being in the top 15!
Adorable – congrats on being in the top 15!!!
this dress is the reason i bought the paperdoll pattern! love it! voting for you, of course!
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LOL!! I KNEW my email would give it away…..but I didn’t just want to make up a name for it without asking you first. 😉
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Totally cute idea. Thanks for sharing!
Hey thanks for linking up. We’re so glad you liked our tutorial on these kisses. I made them again this year, too! Love them!
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Oh my goodness, this is so darling!
Rebecca of the R&W Gals
this is so cute! are you selling them?!?
yay! I just read that over at lil blue boo! Congrats!
@Tara – do you really think people would buy them?
I love these bags – they are so cute! I’m just learning to sew so right now I’ve been making lots of fancy burp cloths since many of our friends are having babies. I’m going to try this bag soon though – we’ll see how it looks! Thanks!
very cute Vanessa! You’ve been sewing up a storm. 🙂
cute vanessa! that is really clever!
I thought your dinosaur shirt was awesome…great idea – very creative and boyish way to use a ruffle. I was mentioned right along side you for my screen wreath.
love those fabrics, so cute. She’ll love it I know!
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vanessa! That turned out so cute! really great job.
cute Vanessa! I bet it looks great on you and definitely make yourself a clutch! 🙂
super cute vanessa!
awe! she’s too cute! love the fabrics.
great job Vanessa! this looks so fun. 🙂
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Darling! I will feature these this weekend at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com
The napkin rings are so cute! Perfect colors for Summer.
I love your blog of course, and another of my VERY favorites is Flower Patch Farm Girl. She is creative, funny, honest and talented. I read her blog every day. I know it sounds a little strange (not in a stalkery way) but she almost feels like a friend.
Thanks for the giveaway!
I am a follower. (on a feed)
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What a great idea! Thanks for sharing.
Those are so cute!! Love the tip about the ice water – I’ve burned my hands too many times to count and hot glue doesn’t exactly wipe off easily…
I linked to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing:
I love this…Always looking for something to keep my hands busy when traveling and away from my sewing machine. Could use fabric glue in this case, I’m guessing. May take a little more, but gonna try it.
I love this idea
I get to give a baby shower next month and these will be perfect!!
Thanks so for the idea and tute
I am a follower
so happy to have stumbled upon your blog
These are so cute! Great idea, now I wanna try it! 🙂
These are very cute. I think I might have to try making them. I know my Mom would love them.
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I really like Grosgrain right now as she is doing a dress sew a long (A Frock by Friday). email@example.com
Wow! Too stinkin’ cute! I’m going to make some for sure. Found you on Somedaycrafts. I’ll be s follower from now on. Great work!
I love this idea! I’m going to make them with my niece when she stays with me this summer.
Great tutorial! Found you through Someday Crafts… one of my favorite blogs currently is sewtakeahike.typepad.com… lots of fun things to see there!
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You make we want to quit my job and craft full time. Oh wait, there is that whole house payment thing :>). Too bad for me.
Super cute napkin rings.
I love these!! I featured them on my blog http://www.thetravellingcouch.com/design
Keep up the great projects!
wonderfull..I do I do I do it…
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Super cute. Makes me want to learn how to knit.
Very cute Vanessa. You have such wonderful children and are a fabulous mom! ~ S
Bellissimo il tuo blog e le tue idee! Grazie mille per i tuoi tutorials! Thank you! Un saluto dall’Italia, ciao pia
So clever! I love your blog, and have given you the ‘Versatile Blogger Award’!
that’s great! I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com.
I think this is such a neat idea… might make it for my hubby’s bday.
That’s so smart! I think I know what I’m doing next year 🙂
This is great! I bought my dad a new shaving brush for father’s day and soap to go with! Great minds think alike!
Great tutorial – thanks!
very cute vanessa, I seriously was just pulling fabrics yesterday thinking I should make myself one like that. Although I can probably say I won’t be making it in time for Saturday!
I love this dress and the fabric! Great job!
It’s nice but how did you do it, I’ve been trying for ages to work with elastic thred and every time I finish one line the seams finishes undone
can you explain me please
sorry for my english
@Lulux – Elastic thread can be tricky. It took me several times the very first time to get it right. For me, it seems the key is in how you wind your bobbin with the elastic thread. Too loose, and the elastic doesn’t give you the desired effect. Too tight, and your elastic thread will brake while sewing.
First thing. Make sure you wind the bobbin by hand. (The elastic thread goes in the bobbin and normal thread on top.)
When winding the bobbin, you need to have a little tension, but not so much that you stretch the elastic thread. Just practice winding with different tension, then sewing a bit. The wrong side of the fabric should have the elastic thread straight. (if it’s too loose there would be loops on the back).
When you’ve got your bobbin wound with what you think is the right tension, sew a few rows on a scrap and after a couple rows you should see the fabric gather on it’s own.
It’s all about practicing till you get it right. You’ll learn how it should feel to wind the bobbin, etc… At least it was like this for me. It can take a while, but once you get it, it’s so amazing.
After you’ve done your shirring (sewing with the elastic thread) to your fabric, spray it with water, and stretch it out and iron it. The heat from the iron will help shrink the elastic a bit.
Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions.
the gift basket was so cute, still can’t believe you made the whole bear, how fun! and it was fun fabric shopping, too! 🙂
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It doesn’t look too complicated, thanks for this post. That salad looks so delicious!
This is such a smart idea!! The fabric is absolutely yummy! So wish I could sew! Your kids are so lucky! I’m going to follow you to see if your sewing abilities will possibly rub off on me!!
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I love this and I know my son would love to have one!
So cute! I’m so disappointed that I just bought a car mat for my son’s birthday- I would have loved to do something like this! (Maybe I still will!)
so cute vanessa, I can see him playing with it. 🙂
So clever, creative, and FUN!! And a great tutorial, thank you so much for taking the time to put it together!
Very cute! I especially love the cute button. I love these fabrics and am going to make my toddler a quilt with them. This would be great if I have enough leftover.
That’s the cutest car mat I’ve seen yet! That fabric is so perfect, I need to make one for my boys now :).
Thanks for linking up to We Did It! Wednesday!
I’ve given you the Versatile Blogger Award!
Come by and pick it up at my blog!
Hi You’ve got a great blog and I think you’d be interested in mine. I’d love it if you’d link up to my Tot Tuesdays party- a linky party dedicated to all things toddler: http://www.mydeliciousambiguity.com/ Have a great day!
I love any well organized take-along toy. Never know when you’ll need to pass some time with the wee ones. This is fantastic. Fabric is great and the storage for the cars is brilliant. Thanks for sharing. I’ll be linking on Facebook.
Girl check you out! This is so adorable! I love Riley Blake fabric and what a perfect project to use it for! Thanks for the fabulous tutorial and for linking up to Hoo’s got talent!
I keep forgetting about freezer paper stenciling, it’s one of those projects on my to-do list. I love the matryoshka doll tee, it’s beautiful!
I featured this cute project on Hoo’s got talent this week! Feel free to grab a I’ve got talent button!
Awww…Thanks! I’ll try to get a response post up soon. And it’s nice to know there’s another stay-at-home-mom-chemist-crafter out there. 🙂
Thanks so much for the award – you are too sweet! So happy you read The Cottage Home. Your blog is adorable – you have some really fab. tutorials!!
Thanks a ton for thinking of me!!!
PS a PhD in Chemistry…I bow down to you!!!!
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I hate doing the dishes, but then again, I’m also not too keen on the cooking side of things, either…
That is great. I love the way the picture look (old with Elmo).
My husband said the same thing about Elmo.
Simple, inexpensive and cute. My favorite kind of projet. I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com
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my hubby and are are going to be making soap soon and I love that the soap is in the mug already!! Great tute too.
come hop with me tomorrow 😉
have fun with your new serger vanessa, it’ll be great!
Whoa, what a COOL idea. What to do with those pieces…..hmmm, there are so many possibilities!!!! You’ve totally inspired me. I’ve never seen anything like that.
That’s very cool! Maybe you can make him a pillow for his room with his art as the center panel.
You will love having a serger!
I am so jealous!! That is great!! I want a serger but then again I am so afraid of it. Good luck!
Jana recently wore that shirt to daycare. When the other kids commented she proceded to recite the Spicy Pony Head sketch. There were laughs all around.
That is a great idea. I love abstract paintings, and how much better it would be to fill my walls with art by people that I love!
Sew glad you had sew much fun! Forgive the puns!
It took me a while to get my serger out of the box too. But once I did – I love it! It makes so many things so much faster!
Look forward to seeing what other fun projects you work on!
I just love kids paintings so free and fun !
Super cute! I’ve made pumpkins before with sculpey clay and I love it. They are so easy yet cute! I love this better than a graphic!
so cute vanessa. I love the fabrics you picked for both her dresses! She looks so cute in them. 🙂 I have yet to make another one, just made view c for emily and haven’t blogged on it yet. oh well!
So cute! I love the drawing idea!
I think she’s sooo utterly adorable in that cute yellow dress 🙂
Adorable! Thanks for sharing them on WFA’s Facebook page!
I love the silver rings!! So pretty!
I’m a follower of your blog already 🙂
I like the one-strap design. Cute!
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I love this idea. They are so cute and imaginative! I like this type of idea so much better than a graphic type one.
cool idea! I’m definitely in!
nad I’m a follower of course 🙂
What a great bag! love the fabric. Thanks for the tutorial!
just became a follower!
wonderful toot! the single handle is a great idea! firstname.lastname@example.org
Vanessa, I just found your blog from Craft Gossip and I am really impressed! I will be a loyal follower, as your designs are great.
Love the batik new bag tutorial also.
What a neat bag… I would so love to win it. Thank you for the giveaway.
I am also now a follower of your great blog.
nice idea, I’m printing it to remind myself to make one. thanks for sharing
Wonderful Tutorial thanks…and a giveaway.
I’m following your blog.
Oh! Oh! That purple bag is to die for! My favorite color. I love the one strap design too. Thanks for the great giveaway!
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Oh my goodness, I love the material you used. Sign me up for your give away.
I love the bags!
I am a follower!:)
I love your bag! Very pretty! What a neat strap too!
Love the bag,definitely will try to make this!
My dear, your color choices are the cats meow. Lov it!!. Really cute pattern to. Maybe I’ll add some dangley beadey things too. Hope I win, but good luck to all of you!
V. Love the bag. It is so cute and I am not a bag person.
Love the bag, and I would love to follow your blog!!
Love the bag, love the purple fabric!! I think that I can make one of these, thanks for sharing you are awesome!!
I am a follower and look forward to your posts!!
I love the single cross-over strap on this wonderful bag.
I subscribed to your RSS feed and look forward to your posts.
I love the tutorial – thanks for the chance to win such a great bag. I Love the color and the strap.
I am a new follower
this is such a cute bag! as a novice sewer, i see stuff like this and i just can’t wait to be able to do the same! thanks for the inspiration and motivation to keep going.
Love the purple bag!
I’m a follower.
Thank you so much for the tutorial. Its very well explained.
Very cute! Well done!
enter me please!
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE purple or Lila as my daughter calls it (purple in german). I just have to enter!
We are about the same distance from the MN fair too. We often sit outside and listen to the concerts after the kids go to bed.
ooo..we’re planning on going on Thursday-looks like a good time. I haven’t gone for YEARS.
I really want to try this. I have great plans in my head. lol
I just bought that kit too. I hope to play with it next week!
Love this headband–so crafty!
Would love for you to link up to my Headband Link party over at Little Miss Momma! Here’s the link:
🙂 go bluegolds!
Your son has great taste in fabric! And that backpack pattern is the best! It’s one of my go-to items when I need to whip up a cute birthday gift.
Watch out, the time just starts flying by now. They grow up so fast!
super cool backpack. the son/father pic comparison, holy cow, what similarities!
So cute!!! –Both your son and the backpack. I love the color combo. The brown piping looks so great. I have the pattern but have been afraid to try it because piping is scary to me!
The buckets are great!!!
love them!!! love the fabrics. That is SO COOL you got an email from David Walker, holy CR@P!
Thanks so much! It’s very cute. Of course, the girls seem to be playing with the bear more than the BabyMan!
so cute, it’ll fit right in!
what fun bright colors! great job.
Hi, I linked over from “one pretty thing” and love this dress…I have the same fabric and have been waiting to find the perfect thing to make with it! Well done:-)
Hello, I am intrigued by the freezer paper technique. Do you paint over the design and the paint goes through the paper? I looked at the other posts about it but I must be more visual than I realized. I think it is such a good idea for gifts. Can you tell me a little more how this is done?
loved! tkx a lot…xoxoxo from Brazil!
Very adorable. (The outfit, and your model!)
how fun vanessa! 🙂
really cute! love that plaid. And it’s good to see the hat fits, I was curious if the bigger size would still fit Natalie. 🙂
That’s very similar to the recipe I use (from the back of the brown sugar bag), just a little less flour and brown sugar. Love them!
thanks 4 sharing. I ll try it
this sounds fun, now if I can talk hubby into letting me get some fabric I am IN!
I really like it and I will be watching for the tutorial.
What a fun idea!
ooh I LOVE that hat! I’ve been drooling over that pattern ever since I first saw it, and wondered if it turned out as cute in real life as it looks on the front of the pattern (I see that it does!!!)
simple but very cute!
Great looking scarf and tute. Thank you.
Very Cute! I have seen this all over the blogworld too BUT I think this is by far the best tutorial! I am not a great sewer so I def need the play by play! Thanks for sharing.
Give some bababas to that monkey,otherwise it will bit.I like ur naughty little monkey and butterfly very much
That’s a good idea! Glad he’s happy!
I don’t suppose you’d consider posting a pattern? I’ve been trying to make a dino for my little girl for ages now but I am very bad at sewing and I can’t work out how to do the gusset.
so cute and snuggly looking! 🙂
Great idea! My daughter has a blanket she got as a baby and has loved it a little to much, I think I will paint it on the wall.. great idea with the grid… I was wondering how you got it so perfect, I think I can do it!
Wow! this turned out so fabulous! you are so talented!
This is soooooooooooo cute!
very cool Vanessa! You did such a great job. Did your kids want to paint their painting on the walls now too? 🙂 can’t wait to see the rest of your projects.
I follow you on google reader!
I would get the can can skirt pattern.
I would pick the Rollie Pollie!
I’m a follower!
*That just doesn’t sound very good!* But it’s fun!
we could totally use a rollie pollie in our new reading nook!
I’m also a fallower, and advide stocker of your page 😉
If I had a little girl, I’d take the can can skirt pattern for sure, but since I have boys, I’d choose the rolie polie. Great giveaway! Email is in my blog profile.
I’m a follower! If I’m lucky enough to win, my email is in my blog profile (=
Nice giveaway. I like the rolie polie
I’m already a follower and I really like the rolie polie pattern
What a perfect giveaway!
I’m in, thanks a lot for this!
and of course I’m you follower.
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p.s. I love the pillow one!
I would love to try the can can skirt – it looks fantastic!
Love Dana’s patterns! I think I’d have to pick the rolie polie!
Just became a follower. Excited for the far far away projects!
I would choose the can can skirt! been loving that one since she posted it on SYTYC!
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Love the patterns, especially the Summer Vacation Dress!!
Ohh the Can Can skirt!
I think my kids would love the rolie-polie!
Thanks for sucha great giveaway!! I would either choose rolie polie or the can can skirt.
Blog follower 🙂
Rollie-Polie for sure. I have a bag I really need to cover up!
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I LOVE to summer dress patterns & the rolie polie!
I would love the can can dress pattern. It’s soo pretty!
I’m already a follower!
I love the modern leaf pillow.
I am a follower. Come enter my giveaway if you get a chance!
I would choose the Rollie Pollie bean bag pattern. It’d be perfect for my boys!
I’m also a follower.
I would choose the Rolie Polie pattern. I have been wanting to make something like that for my boys for years. Also I am a follower.
Yay! Danas’ blog is one of my favorites! It’s a toss up between the can can skirt and the summer dress pattern…I love them both! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!!
So Cute, I love it !
I would choose the summer dress pattern!
I am now a follower of your blog!
I am new to your blog and love it!
I would have to say the Rolie POlie. It’s divine.
Oh my husband is a Chemist too so he says hi.
I would pick the Rolie Polie pattern. It is too cute!
I love all Dana’s things. Probally the stocking pattern would be helpfun coming up in December. I’m clueless..
I am also now a follower
Awesome. I’ve been meaning to update the dresser in the baby-man’s room, but haven’t gotten around to it, yet. Maybe I’ll have to encorporate this into my fiendish plans…..
This is a great giveaway. I’m torn between the can can skirt and the dress pattern. Both are so cute I can’t decide!
This is wonderful. What a clever way to totally change the look of this dresser. Your little princess is sure to enjoy this for many a day!
The can-can skirt is adorable! Thanks for the giveaway!
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I’m now a follower!
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very cool! Great tutorial! I will have to try this! Thanks!
Adorable, super linda!!!!!!
Un abrazo desde Lima-Peru
So pretty! She will enjoy those!
A fresh coat of white paint and some good ol’ Mod Podge make great pick me ups! Great job!
it looks great Vanessa! what a fun bookshelf. 🙂
great idea to make the inside pretty… i think i will be doing this this afternoon!
Yay! The last giveaway I won never arrived, so this is a great treat. Thank you so much!
This is AWESOME!! Thank you so much for re-posting this.
This is SOOOOOOOOOOOOO CUTE!!! I wish we were going to have kids around for the holidays this year!!
That’s awesome! I love it! And yes, you are totally correct about the law. You can make photocopies and use for personal items. So fun!
Wow that is a lot of snow. It snowed here too but quicky turned to rain. I enjoyed seeing your pictures.
looks like fun, I hate to say it, but I kinda wish we would have gotten snow instead of rain the past few days. 🙂
Well done – a quick (it seems) and relatively easy looking job! I’m sure your daughter loves it! TFS
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Love the dino bones. I have a couple boys who would love those shirts. Here are a couple of my favorite freezer printings I have done.
My first, I decided to go big or go home with the pattern.
Then my favorite one so far I have done.
cute, cute! 🙂 I’m sure she’ll love it.
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This is about as cute as it gets. 😀
Very cute project, very well-explained. Thank you!
super cute–and smart!!
Awesome! Just awesome!
great idea! wonder if it would cut on the cricut???
What an awesome idea! And a great use for those random tupperware lids that I can’t find the bins for! Thanks for the inspiration.
I’m anxious to try it on my Cricut, too! Very clever idea! :o)
So the contact paper really doesn’t peel the paint off? Wow. If so, I must try this one. I don’t have japanese fabrics but I do have a nice collection of vintage sheets I have a har time cutting into.
very cute! I have made some similar to this, I never thought of gathering it though! I’ll definitely have to try it!
excellent! I am making a few different kinds of headbands for my friend for christmas – and this will be a perfect addition to the mix. Thank you!!
Super cute. I’ve made headbands like this, but like Lynette I never thought to make them ruffled!
Very cute! Great way to use up my fabric scraps.
Too Cute! The head band and your little girl!
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I caught this over at Someday Crafts Linky Party. Great idea…I think we’ll make some for an advent activity. Thanks!
Oh these look good! Ive made similar to go over plastic headbands – always a gift hit!
Can you mail me some of the pancakes…you can keep the snow…we are suppose to be getting 9 inches…..
very cute! adding them on my to-do list! 🙂
i love thank you
The pancakes look great, but the snow looks AMAZING! I will take the snow please! It will be wet where I am in SC all year except for the days that are cold enough to snow, those days are almost always sunny….
that is adorable!!
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Thanks for the great tutorial! I made the bag, and linked back to your post on my blog:
I love it! Thanks!
Its not just you, its very cute!! x
What did you breakfast today really!
What a beautiful Christmas dress. Great work. Actually I made something similar from the Cottage House’s tutorial. When I saw yours, I was thinking, how similar! You can see the dress here
That is a beautiful dress. I love how the tie matches (even on the inside).
How did you figure out the middle strip? It’s the only pattern piece I can’t figure out.
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Take a look at my instructions for sewing the bottom of this bag.
That should help you with the corners at the ears.
Awwwwww, I LOVE how it turned out! And you whipped that out so fast. Beautiful. And i love the colors. Thanks for sharing!
Both are absolutely gorgeous… hope you get a nice picture of your kids in them.
Gorgeous Christmas dress!I will have to check out that pattern for my 2yo.
They will look soooo cute in matching dress and tie – now if only I had thought of that – a tie would be much easier to make for my 5yr old, but alas I still have his Christmas shirt to pull together.
Love the Rollie Pollie chairs, you did a GREAT JOB. Thanks for all of those game suggestions, besides memory we don’t have any of them. I will definitely have to look into them.
all you other gifts look great too!
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That pic is SO amazing! I had to stare at it for just a bit—LOVE how the tie EXACTLY blends into the dress during that sweet, sweet kiss! Such a keeper!!!
Happy belated Christmas to you, too!
Ooh, great gifts! Your freezer paper shirts look so professional – I must try that some day. I love those rollie pollie chairs, too. Just perfect!
Beautiful – that fabric is gorgeous! I ought to make some more clothes. The kids wearing uniforms to school has made me lazy…
FUN!!!! Thanks for sharing.
Very cute and cheerful. A great way to start the new year in the kitchen.
Love the material and also love reading your blog. Happy 2011.
beautiful.Belated wishes for the happy and properous new year 2011
Love it!! Im to chicken to try one… maybe this year… maybe not… But I love love love your color choice!
Your niece is very lucky – this will be treasured for many years to come!!
he he…my dad would have LOVED that shirt. He was also blind…and had a wonderful sense of humor..
I love it!! The fabrics you have used are gorgeous. x
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Oh I may just have to make one for my son… he’s blind. I think his teacher would get a kick out of it.
Thank you so much for posting this! These are the cutest headbands-can’t wait to make some for myself! Posted about it here:
So clever! I love your blog,
I Just made it, and it’s beautiful, thank you so much for your tutorial
These look like some lovely biscuits, so nice and crunchy on the outside.
I would do this in pink 🙂 Where did you find the pattern for the TREX skull??
@ Alisa: I designed the t-rex skull. You can download it (along with a triceratops skull) here:
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super cute and just my colors 🙂 what a lovely giveaway! thank you!
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I love the fabric and colors! thanks for a lovely giveaway.
Oh how pretty! I love this!
I love the name of these biscuits. Sometimes I feel like biscuits ARE an emergency need!
The colors are stunning. It looks like a fun, mood brightening accessory. Just what I need for winter!
this is super cute!
I’m just learning to use accessories and I know this would brighten my look!
cute cowl. very bright. linda gerig
thanks…your instructions and photos are so easy to follow!
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love a warm cozy neckwarmer. 🙂
Love that idea. Might try this next time my niece and nephew round p.s Your children so cute! x
Love the colors!
Adorable! I love the bright colors together !:-)
so pretty! I promise I’ll wear it all the time!
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Oh my….this is adorable!!!! Good job! 🙂
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cute color combo!
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I would feel honored beyond belief to win. I *love* the scarf!
Such a fun idea and easy. I did this last Valentines Day with a heart shaped muffin tin. It turned out super cute. It’s a fun activity to do with the kids. Takes me back to the shrinkiedink days.
I would love to wear this with all of my tank tops, I am as pale as they come and I look to cheerful colors and patterns to add some warmth to my skin. This is a Beautiful cowl and I thank you for the opportunity to win this 🙂
Good luck to all who enter.
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LOVE this! I think I know what I’ll be doing this weekend!
I just saw this on Craft Gossip and had to stop by and tell you how much I love it. So precious.
This is darling! Thanks for sharing!
This is totally adorable! I love it! Great work 🙂
Clear, invrimatofe, simple. Could I send you some e-hugs?
I love those fabrics! Nice job!
I love these. I am sharing this on my blog
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Super cute and thanks for the tutorial!
I love this and will share with the my kids thank you.
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I also was told you could do this with the candy trays for fun shapes and designs. also i was told you can do this in a big long cookie sheet and then while they are still hot but cooled off a little put a cookie cutter and cut it. don’t take it out until it is completely cooled and then pop the extra around it and the shapes come out nice and clean. Do you know if you can do that or not?
You are so talented. I found your tuturiol on the endless scarf and I plan to make one this wk. Found you on the Tatertots and Jello blog. I’m now following you, I hope you’ll come on by and follow me back.
@Kari – I’ve never tried either way you mentioned. I’m sure the candy trays would work, but I wouldn’t put them in the oven (I’d pour the melted crayon in). I’d be curious to know how well the cookie cutters work. Let me know if you try it.
This is so very cute! Thanks for sharing and she is VERY cut in cherries!
I love it, she looks adorable! Thanks for sewing along. 😀
Yummy! I’ll have to hide some bananas in the cupboard if I want them to make it into bread!
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I just heart freezer paper. Good for SO many things 🙂
Awesome tutorial and explanation… I have tried these two things with my freezer paper shirts and they worked great…
1. For a faded/aged look use acrylic paint, it’s permanent and works great!
2. You can print directly onto your freezer paper (non-plastic coated side), by cutting your freezer paper to the right size and putting it through your printer… this saved a TON of time!
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so cute. Linda gerig
You don’t know how timely this post is – I have a long-sleeved shirt and some fabric on hand to make one of these, but have been too scared to try it on my own. Now I can follow your tutorial and get it finished! Thanks so much 🙂
My girls went crazy over the patchwork dress. Guess I’ll be busy this weekend! 😀
I am in love with this! I can’t wait to get my hands on the supplies. My son will go crazy!
What a cute looking shirt! One of the first things that I ever made was a similar style wrap shirt for a baby – now why haven’t I made one since?
I love this pillow. I am making one to go with a quilt I just finished for my boy- thank you for showing the more masculine colors. I love it!
Both my kids love Curious George and I think I would use it to make a library bag for them!
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I would use this for the lining of a messenger bag I’m making my son. So cute! sassicassilouATgmailDOTcom
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I am always trying to find fun things to make for my son (making things for my daughter is easy!) I just finished my first vest and bow tie combo, and I think this would make a cute vest! Although, I could see a small blanket, or soft blocks with this too. What a perfect print for a boy!!!
Lovely! I would make a cushion and a passport holder for my nephew with it. x
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I’m not sure what it would become, perhaps a new pillow for my little boy’s bed or, the center for a quilt. All I know, is that as we were looking at this post, he gasped and said “George!”… he’s pretty easy to please!
And I’m a new(ish) follower… all my 3rd trimester nesting is taking the form of sewing, crafting and material hording!
I would combine it to make a quilt for my grandson. He loves monkeys…
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The fabric is so cute! I can think of so many things to make with it for my little guy! I’d probably make a storage bin for him or a new backpack! His is all torn up!
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Thanks for the great giveaway. I would make some cute pillows for my extra bedroom!
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Such a cute print! I’d use it to make a fun backpack for my little guy to use when he starts school this fall. Thanks for the giveaway chance!
Oh, and I’m follower. Been hooked for a while (=
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I’m a follower 🙂
I’ve been on a bag making kit for birthdays and whatnot… it would probably go towards that. or maybe a quilt. How cute!
I already follow! what cute fabric!
I think I would use this to make a pair of elastic waist band pants for my 4 yr old son. He has loved George since he was a baby. We have almost every book!
Wow my son (aged 3 )loves curious george so it would have to be a t shirt, i would love to see the look on my sons face.. x Kerry
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Oh! I love that fabric!
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Could this be any cuter???!?? how have I missed it? I would use it for a baby quilt (backing?) for a dear friend. joleehamlin [at] comcast [dot] net
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Pretty pretty fabric! My 5yo nephew has a jungle themed room and his best friend is his stuffed animal called Meneer Aap (Mr. Ape in Dutch). I would make a pillow and/or a PJ for Meneer Aap.
I was thinking backpack, but I just Kimminita’s post and pjs for my son’s monkey “Ooo-Eee” sounds perfect! Maybe just pants so he and Ooo-Eee can match. 🙂
This is awesome! I think I’d make a pillowcase or PJs for my little one due in June. Thanks for the giveaway!
What a great messenger bag! Thanks for the tutorial!
Oooh! I would make a chalkboard mat.
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Wow! I am in love with this bag!! Too bad I don’t think I could pull it off… Maybe I’ll have to gather the courage to try.
My kids love George! I think I would use it for pillows or a bag for the kids.
I love the fabric! I think I would make some newborn pants for my sister who is due in a few more months. She has a girl, and lots of girl clothes.
Great bag! Love all the details.
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I have to ask…I have done many of these and have tried many different heat setting to iron the paper on the fabric, but sadly most of the time I get color bleeding under the paper leaving not so perfect lines. I have tried a paintbrush, the sponge, doing very thin layers to avoid soaking it with too much paint at once, etc. Any ideas would be amazing as it frustrates me to no end!
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I would love to make some trim for the new baby coming to my brothers family this June. It would be so cute to sew with.
I think it would be great as a bag for library books or toys, or even just as a pillowcase!
A whole yard?! So generous of you. I would absolutely be making a little kid pillow along with a matching quilt (one side would be minky!) for my best friend’s brand new baby – they waited to find out and it was a Boy!
I would make an ultra-adorable quilt with this.
This would become some big butt pants for my cloth diapered son! Such cute fabric!
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so cute vanessa, and expertly sewn as well! love the fabric choices and the details you added. 🙂
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOo…ok, I like the first commenter’s idea to make a library bag.
My first thought is to make cool pillow cases for my 1year old. We use simple (aka boring) sheets, and make our pillowcases fun and colorful. He’d love having George in his bed!
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I’d make a cute hooded towel with it, for my boy, It’s great!
I’m planning on making my son a bean bag chair for his 2nd birthday, so I would use the fabric for part of that. he is a BIG george fan, so he would LOVE this!
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I love this bag! I can’t wait to try it out.
true that my boy would love this, but i think i have to upcycle some corduroy and make this for myself! thanks for the great tutuorial!
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I am not sure what I would use it for. Possibly clothes for a stuffed animal, a sack to carry things around in, or a cute baby ball. There are so many choices.
I think I’d use it to make a messenger bag.
Liz – I usually use a cotton heat setting when I iron down my freezer paper. I’ve also found if I move remove the freezer paper and iron it down again it doesn’t give me nice edges so leave it down once down. Also you need to make sure the paint is dry before you remove the freezer paper – otherwise you can get some bleeding on the edges as you lift the paper. My other suggestion is that they’re may be too much paint or you are lifting the paper with your brush near the edges while painting. When painting the edges use strokes that go from the outside-in (so from on the freezer paper to where you want the paint). That way you won’t lift it at the edges. Hope these suggestions help!
My daughter loves George. Her backpack for swimming is looking a little tired, so I would make her a new one.
How cute! I love how you say “the tiara was just hand sketched onto some freezer paper” as if we all had freehand sketching skills!
I really enjoy your ideas for transfers and stamps. I have two young boys so I am always looking for fun ways to spice up simple clothes and accessories. Keep up the great work!
I think the fabric would look great as boys shorts! Thanks for the giveaway!
Looks great, but looks like a lot of work too.
I LOVE this! I would totally make it for myself as well! I bet it would make a great daddy diaper bag if it were bigger. I’m expecting a baby in a couple of months, and I wonder if I could make a bigger version for daddy to carry, and a smaller, matching version for my almost 3 year old son to carry around? He’d love it, and he could carry his own things in it, thus freeing up the diaper bag I currently use for his little sister on the way.
So cute! I’d make a blanket to go with all my son’s monkey outfits. haightk(at)hotmail(dot)com
I love that fabric! Its too cute! Thanks for the chance to win!
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my son loves curious george – would love to win! 🙂 i would definitely have to use it for some kind of bag. he loves to carry his toys around everywhere!
This is great! I love messenger bags to begin with and I love that this one is perfect for boys. I like the use of grommets as decoration. I think I know a certain sewing studio in S. Mpls that would love to have this as a class during the summer (before school starts). 😉
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I would make a shirt for my son, he adores George!
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LOVE this! Thanks for the tute!
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I have two little curious george lovers here! They would both get shirts! (or maybe I’d do pillow cases!)
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I have two young boys, and I think that the fabric would make a great messenger bag or two (I’m thinking of a cross between yours and Steffanie’s scavenger bag) – just the thing for those curious boys of mine who like to collect / take along all manner of stuff!
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I’ve been wanting to make something for my little men!
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Adorable! I think it would be cute pieced into a quilt, with a pillow to match!
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This bag is FABULOUS! I cannot wait to get my hands on some grommets!
How cute! My son loves Curious George. I would make him a cushion and pillow case set with the fabric.
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Pillow case sounds good
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this is great! i can’t wait to try it out.
i thimk i’d use it on the messanger bag.
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Oh my 5 YO LOVES Curious George! I would make her a pair of pants (with pockets because she loves them too). Or maybe a cute little bag:)
I would use this fabric for making my son a blanket or a pillow, because he’s very into pillows right now!
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Fantastic fabric! I would love to make my son a little boys bucket hat and may be even add a little pocket detail on a pair of shorts to match.
I would use it to make some cute pillows!
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I’m following. 🙂
(I’m also going to make this bag with some scrap fabric. With his favorite colors.)
I would use this fabric to make some cute pajamas for my little man!
this is so great – you are a star for sharing!!!
I’d use this fabric to make a wetbag and some snack bags!
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My boys love curious George! What cute fabric! What to make…? I’ll have to think on that one! Something for them all to share… Cute blog BTW!
Oh!!! My little Bro will LOVE this!!! He loves curious George!!! 🙂
I’m thinking either PJ’s [borring, I know] or maybe a treasure sack with a draw string!!! Oh, the possibilities are endles!!! 😉
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Great tutorial! I’ve made lots of messenger bags and cut the straps down for kids, but have made most for girls. This is very boy and i love it! Thanks for posting.
My little man would love this fabric with all those animals. 🙂 He love’s monkeys as well, so it will be perfect to make as his little pillow.
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I’m needing to make a baby quilt and this would be perfect!
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It’s just awesome! Thanx for making this tutorial!
Oh, it’s so cute! I love to make drawstring bags for the boys’ toys, so that’s what I would use it for. It would coordinate well with the sky blue walls in the play room! Thanks for the chance!
I’m so glad to have found you, I’m a new and happy follower! Thanks!
Whatever I made with it, I’d have to make two, one item for each laddie. Maybe a new bed pillow (as the other ones are wearing out), a grain bag to keep them warm and I’d try to eek out a pair of jammie pants – could I do all of that with one yard?
I love this fabric, especially since it is vintage!
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I love this material and I would like to make a messenger bag for my nephew, who’s name is also Connor. He has a new baby brother and could help Mom carry his things when they go out!! Thank you for the great ideas!!
Perfect! I was just looking for a good tutorial last week for a messenger bag that doesn’t look homemade. This is it! Thank you for sharing!
I’d make a small backpack or drawstring bag; this fabric is really cute! Thanks for the chance!
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I would incorporate it into baby quilt for my grandson. Thanks for the giveaway!
I am excited to be a new follower. Can’t wait to explore your blog
I am very undecided with the fabric. I want to make a quilt but it would also make cute pants for my little guys.
I would use it as a pillow for my son to hug.
Like most kids, my older son loves Curious George. Being two, I think he’s ready for a wallet and I’d love to make one. With the left over fabric, we’d line a courier bag for him to take to the library.
Adding you to my Google Reader to follow, oh, and I forgot to say we’d use *your* AWESOME courier bag tutorial to make the bag!
Hi there! So excited to see the messenger bags. Just this week I thought about making messenger bags for my little nephews. Now the CG fabric…I have been reading CG to my oldest nephew since he was a baby. Would love this fabric to make a project with him and get him into sewing. I’m thinking journal cover and pencil case.
I would make our sweet little grandson a cute pillowcase from it, and give him a Curious George book to go with it for bedtime story time! He already has the wonderful Curious George/Jack Johnson soundtrack from the movie! This would be the perfect addition!
So sweet! I’d probably make a pillow for my son since he loves pillows. 🙂
Cute! I’d make a book bag and matching pencil case 🙂
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Love the fabric! I think I’d make a toy toting bucket so my 2 year old could haul all of his little goodies around the house. And, probably a pillowcase, too – he loves George!
I think I would have to make a toy storage bag with the material for my wee boy.
I would use this fabric to embellish some neat bags (like the messenger bag!) for some cute kids : )
My son is 3. We are planning on buying him a twin size bed very soon. No more toddler bed 🙂 I am planning making a quilt for his new bed. This fabric would look adorable in a quilt!
I am a new follower of Punkin pattern 🙂
Great feature post! You offer some great tutes. Thanks for sharing … I’ll be linking.
Love this pattern! Seriously great!
I love it! I tried it out and it turned out so cute! I’ll post it on my blog tomorrow 🙂
I’d make a hawaiian style shirt for my 1 yr old!
This would be great as a lining for your fabulous messenger bag!
I would use it to make a stash bag for my gorgeous little nephew named George!
love this and thankyou so much for the tute. It is on my shortlist of make soons. Lucia
Sweet giveaway! I’m torn – a little backpack or a pillowcase. It would be cute (& well-loved) as either!
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I’m now a follower of your blog… LOVE the messenger bag pattern. It will be a fun project to add to my long list. 🙂
I’m expecting my first baby in June– a little boy, and I’m just gushing over everything I see that would be cute for him. this Curious George fabric would be the cutest little quilt for his crib!
Cute! I think I would make a little matchbox car fold n’ carry bag for my nephew. I’m glad I stumbled upon your blog. Cute stuff here. 🙂
what a great bag, I’ve linked to my blog, http://www.quiltitis.blogspot.com , so I won;t loose the pattern. Thanks for sharing, Di
so cute! my daughter’s teacher loves curious george..I would probably use it to make her a tote bag or something!
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Really, really cute! I don’t see a ton of boy craft ideas, so I love this – perfect for everyone! I love his final picture – it’s fantastic! Thanks for sharing!
Hi! I’d either use the fabric in a baby quilt for a friend…or use it to make a book bag for myself! I love George!
I’m a follower! I love your tutorials and recipes (though I think I already have the BEST chocolate chip cookie recipe ever myself! I smell a cook-off coming on around here…)
love stamp carving! this is awesome!
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I’m having a baby in 2 weeks time, my mom bought a fabric to make a bed sheet and a pillowcase for the baby. Your fabric will be a great additional! 🙂
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There’s a new family that moved in across the street with a baby and a toddler! I would make a bag or a little quilt including this fabric.
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I would use it to make something for my nephew who loves curious george
I love it! Thank your for your inspiration!
I know just what you mean. It takes more hunting to find just the right fabric for boys. I made a few of the LBB hoodies for my guys last fall and the boys still love them. Your shark fabric is so cool!
I was just checking out your carved stamp post yesterday, btw. Those designs would look great on fabric too!
I have a grandson who loves Curious George and I would make him a special pillowcase to use when he came to visit at Nana’s for the night!
Very cute, I like the sharks.
I’ve got the panel of fabric that was put out awhile back to make a fabric Curious George book. My sil loves and collects Curious George stuff so I’m going to make a quilt out of the panel, and your blue block fabric would make a great pillowcase to go with it!
Somehow ended up on your blog from a friend’s facebook post … now following and looking forward to perusing your blog!
Love this! I have an old dresser that needs a makeover and this would be fun to try on it. Thanks!
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Oh I love George!
I would make a bib and burp set.
Oooo this fabric is so cute!!
I would make my very first project ever… not sure what though, I’ll have to keep reading this blog LOL
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I think it’s perfectly fine, just like it is. I would work on clouds on a new painting and give this to your husband, just because. I think you are actually quite a good painter. Much better than me ;).
That looks great! TY for sharing, I’ll definitely be trying this, simple and yummy!
Yum…I am eager to try it. I didn’t realize there was mini pepporoni available. Great idea for a yummy salad. Thanks for sharing.
I love this fabric! I would make a little boy’s fedora hat out of it.
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J’aimerais beaucoup gagner ce tissu pour faire une salopette à ma fille !!!
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That is adorable!
So super cute…thanks for sharing!!!
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OMGosh! How totally sweet!!!! I think he has found his calling 🙂
this is super cute vanessa. 🙂
Precious! Love the part “about the author” and photos. Adorable.
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Oh looks so yummy and relaxing.
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I agree! Somehow tea tastes so much better made in a pot and poured into a teacup.
Such elegant tea ware, perfect for high tea!
That’s really neat! and skittles are my favorite. My kids even like it they want me to make them one. Thanks for the great tutorial.
Oh my gosh. I’m bookmarking this. I can’t wait to make them!
I’d love to have you come link up at my For the Kids Friday Link Party! Stop by and check it out!
Ok… seriously, these are too cool! I’ve got to find a place to share them on my blog. I’ve already shared on Facebook.
Where do you find iron on vinyl?
I bought it at Joanns, but you can also find it in Amazon.
Is it possible to do this without a sewing machine? Can it be sewn by hand? I don’t have a sewing machine and I don’t know anyone that has one! And I really want to make one of these!
There are plenty of tutorials out there for making these without a sewing machine. Just Google no sew candy wrapper pouch. It involves a stapler. 🙂
I love it! I want to make one as soon as I have some suitable candy wrappers. Thank you for posting this wonderful tutorial.
This is so cool! I wish I didn’t have a chronic fear of sewing in zippers ~ maybe I’ll bribe my mom to do that part. :0)
I adore playdoh and made it so often when my kids were young. Only difference – instead of food colouring use a packet of koolaid and you get colour PLUS the wonderful smell!
This is so cool!! Right up my alley:)
This would be so great as a coin purse too!
Really fun, and great tutorial!
Individual Reese’s peanut butter cup wrappers make the cutest coin purses!!
Wow, I love them! I hope I can find iron on vinyl here in oz so I can make these.
That is very clever! Love it!
I’ve always wondered how these were made – Thank you!
Now I’ve got to find iron on vinyl!! oh and buy some sweets!!
wow! You say you can’t paint! that painting is amazing!:) Your husband will love it just as it is!
I am a follower— I would love to win this awesome fabric, I have never seen Curious George fabric at any stores around here!
I love this fabric!! I have two HUGE Curious George fanatics in this house… I think it would perfect to make a library book tote for the little guys!!
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Oh, this would make such a cute backpack for my soon-to-be kindergartener! He loves Curious George.
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I would use the fabric to make something for my cousin’s son. Maybe a cute drawstring bag?
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I would use the fabric for a new library tote bag. Who wouldn’t want to sport a Curious George book bag on a trip to the library!
I’m a follower. Thanks for the fun series for boys!