They turned out so cute! Butte Humane Society had a layout showing them off. What adorable dogs! I hope they all found forever homes. Continue reading
I’ve been busy doing volunteer work for my local Humane Society. I have lots of fabric that I doubt I’ll ever use and this was a great project to use up some of it.
These vests are worn during Adopt Days. Continue reading
Isn’t this elephant pattern adorable! I had some leftover fabric from making a baby quilt, so what better than making a matching stuffed animal? Tiffany loves elephants, so the decision was easy. The pattern was designed by Continue reading
Have you ever played the “I Spy” game? Did you play it as a child? Well, I was in the dark until I came across a quilt named I Spy. The more I looked at it, I realized it was a great teaching opportunity and at the same time a fun game! “I spy something Red” or “I spy a bird”. The other person has to find that item.
Pinterest has several of these cute quilts. I’ve admired them for sometime. Now that we have a grandchild on the way, I could make one!
The top of the quilt is a total of 2.25 yards; Continue reading
It’s cream cotton sateen with silk thread. Approx 45″ x 60″.
When I buy fabric, I usually buy a 1/4 yard more. Continue reading
So what better to do than make a heating pad? For years I’ve had one made out of a old dish towel & some rice. Now I have my fox wrap and isn’t she’s a cutie!
If you’ve used other types of grain or seeds, let me know.
I wasn’t sure about heating fleece in a microwave, so there’s a 5″ opening underneath that allows me to remove a 15″ x 3″ grain bag. The bag is made of muslin and divided into 3 sections so the barley doesn’t all fall to the head & tail areas.