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As promised, this week I am going to show you some of the projects that we had on display in our booth at the quilt show. Better late than never, right? These are things that friends helped me get together while my arm was broken and I didn’t get a chance to blog about. Well, my arm is feeling much better and I can type with both hands now. Physical Therapy made it feel so much better. So, back to blogging. I have no excuses anymore!

My mom made up sets of handmade crochet flowers for us to sell. A set of 3 in approximate sizes 2.5″, 2″ & 1″. She made 8 different sets. The variegated purple is my fave!

She also made individual ones for us to use in kits. This is the sweetest Little Wallet kit. It only requires 2 fat quarters. And who wouldn’t want to be original and have a cute crochet flower instead of a button! These wallets whipped up really fast. I didn’t want to stop making them. Great stocking stuffer, don’t ya think?

And then we kitted the slippers with flowers also.

Lots of ideas for these cute flowers…hair clips and headbands for girls, scrapbooking, quilts. We even attached a tiny one to the cute appliqued owl for the Hootie & Friends quilt kit.

Each kit comes tied with a crochet flower…so cute!

Thanks Mom!

We purchased a few dress forms a couple of months ago and I’ve been jonesing to fancy her up a bit. I knew exactly what I wanted to do and use…a Honey Child ensemble of p.j.’s, slippers, eye mask, and a cute tee, and I wanted it to be very Girly!

The slippers are made from the pattern Pigs In A Blanket. They have a Minky inner lining and leather patches for the sole. I attached a couple of the crocheted flowers my mom made with a tiny purple ribbon for extra cuteness. This was a pretty easy pattern. These would make really cute Christmas presents.

I couldn’t leave her topless, so I bought a tank top at Old navy for $7 and appliqued the word Girly to the top. I also used one of the crochet flowers to dot the “i”. An eye mask completes her look.

I’m thinking¬† my inspiration word worked. It’s very girly. Now my girly girl needs a name…hmmm. I’ll have to think about that one. Any ideas?

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