Scrap Sunday: The fabric mosaic or Please welcome my first guest writer

A couple of weeks ago I was working on this apron for a teacher whilst my daughter was sitting quietly next to me…. cutting fabric into little pieces. I am so proud of her, she really embraced the rule that the big fabric scissors can only be used on fabric and not on anything else.

Anyway, then she had the rather brilliant idea to use those little pieces to make a card with a carrot on the front (we had printed carrots on cards as Christmas cards for the nursery teachers).  The card looked great but stupidly enough I did not realise that I could use that idea for Scrap Sunday so I did not take any pictures of it.

So a couple of days ago, we reincarnated the scene (and we did it properly this time, not just green and orange fabric were harmed in the making of this picture series.

But enough said, it was her idea, so I thought, she should write the post. Lovely idea anyway to ask friends, family and readers to write a post for my blog. So if you have any good ideas you wanted to share, please step forward now. It would mean so much less work to me. Ok, not all at once… Oh, well, it was worth a try. (And I do know where some of you guys live, so you better start writing)

Anyway, back to this weeks guest post:

Stoffmosaik Anleitung

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8 responses to “Scrap Sunday: The fabric mosaic or Please welcome my first guest writer

  1. Alexa’s favourite is the fish.

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    • Ha, I am a superhero, because I have made that one – Rainbow fish.
      Or is she talking of the rather abstract shark (the one which is clearly not a lovely rainbow fish, nor an apple tree, nor a bit of mud with some grass and a flower and a sun, a cloud and a little bit of sky 🙂 )

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  2. Wiser Ulrike

    Hallo, ich finde es toll was du alles machen kannst, ganz besonders gefällt mir der Fisch. Freu mich schon wieder auf eine neue Post von dir.Lg. Ulli

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  3. Awwww. Love it!! This is amazing. Well done to the guest writer.

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