Hooray! for Hootie Owls
|My favorite grandson, Miles, with his grammy|
|Pillowcase, summer blankie, and Hootie Hexagon play book - the Hooray! Collection|
The little blankie began as a cheesecloth dishtowel that measured 30" x 40". It was really, really crooked and I squared it up. I cut three strips 3" x wof of the black owl fabric, sewed into a long row attached it like binding on a quilt. ONLY, I never sew from the front to the back. I sew from the back to the front and because the strips are wide, it makes it look like there is a border, but it's just wide binding. I stitched it down with a serpentine stitch in lime green, from the front. Easy, quick, colorful.
Now for the kid's hexagon play book. THE FREE PATTERN FOLLOWS BELOW, including templates! Don't go away yet!!
Trace pattern (provided below) onto freezer paper and cut out for your template.
|Two fabrics with batting between, cut out using template|
|Used scraps to audition my stitches|
|Plain paper for the inside|
|I stitched down the center.|
|Stitched right through all layers.|
|Yes, the paper doesn't come all the way to the bottom. So what?|
|Little Hootie Hexagon play book!|
Free Hexagon Kid's Busy Book - this is a small sized pdf. Enjoy!