Carolmarie I can only assume! She did it in FOUR different scrap bins that were sorted by color. And they were on shelves and difficult to climb into... plus she had buried it!
Love these fabrics but oh what a naughty kitty!! I am so sorry:-( But this will be fun to see...
Liking the fabric you picked for the "C". Can't wait to see the rest of your letters. I too am changing this up a little and decided to make one for my granddaughter and one for my grandson with their names to hang in their rooms. Thrilled that the book included all the letters.
Darling idea! And is the kitty mad at you or what? I thought I had it bad with my dogs but at least they can't jump up into high places. They just go for whatever is on the floor and chew. Cats poop and dogs chew. Pick your battle!
Oh so sorr about kitty's "mistake"...this looks like a fun project!!
I can't wait to start this one! I know just who needs this project .
I love the idea of 'celebrate' as the bunting! I can't wait to see the rest!
I'm going with my daughters name for my bunting!
Love your idea- and the rainbow colors- great!
Terryt1955 Thank you! Who knows... she seems to just be very confused about what a litter box is.
This came out so wonderfully! Love it!
I love this so much I'm about to make one for one of my Pay It Forward projects, only I think my background is going to be scrappy b/w fabrics and the letters will be different colors. I'm going to use Elizabeth Hartman's Refrigerator Magnet pattern. I'm curious, how tall are yours?
Juline Thank you! I think it would be awesome to do the letters different colors! These blocks finish at 7 inches. Can't wait to see what you make!
How did you finish your blocks? Did you use any batting, flannel or stabilizer or anything?
Juline These are just stitched to a backing fabric on three sides then turned right side out. The top edge is finished with binding. There is no stabilizer or batting.