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What is the one thing I would wish for? Just Peas on Earth! This wallhanging has a finished size of 14" x 24". Then you can take the applique of the peas in the pod and make a tea towel...
This applique would also make a cute pillow for your favorite little "sweet pea."
These are just the cutest little bags. They are all made the same way, it's just a matter of what fabrics, buttons, and how many wings/petals you choose! Here's a close-up of the ladybug...
I love the contrast of the red on black in this one.
This is a tic-tac-toe game quilt! Some of you may have made my "Stick-Bat-Toad" board from my Happy Haunters
book. Well, I couldn't come up with a clever name for this one, but it makes a great spring/summer quilt, that is also functional! The bees and flowers are each filled with bean bag pellets. You can also use the pattern in others ways...
If you stuff the flowers and bees with polyester fiberfill, instead of using bean bag pellets, you can add a little sleeve on back and make decorative flowers.
Wouldn't these bees and flowers be cute hanging from a kid's canopy bed and curtains?
These I love because they are so darn cute, but they are also extremely handy! I have practically worn mine out! The book includes instructions for two sizes. One is for a composition book, and one is for a spiral notebook. Magnet Sew-On Snaps by Dritz make the tabs quick and easy to close. The buttons are purely decorative... just because I like them :o)
And finally, the market apron, complete with large bottom ruffle. I also made this one in my Kelly's Sweet Treats
fabric. (See picture below.) Both are pictured in the book.