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Your post today on FB reminded me of this one on the blog (one of my VERY favorites w/some cherished pictures *s*)... Don't be surprised when Ev asks for a sewing machine of her own in a few years! You've done a great job of exposing her to all the steps of your creativity (sewing, photography..), she's bound to be ahead of her years in this regard :)

That is so cute! I remeber doing the same thing with my mom when I was little. She would give me her scraps to "create" things for my dolls.

That is so sweet! I also love the little cupcake.
I just discovered your blog while looking for an apron pattern. You are so talented and have great ideas. Thanks for the inspiration!

This is a great idea! Im going to let my girls make their own quilt this weekend. I might sew it together and bind it once their done. Thanks so much for the inspiration.

Evyn, a perfectionist? She's definitely your daughter and her quilt is so cute. Lately, Dylan has started patting me on the back when he gives me 'hugs & kisses'.

How sweet! I will have to get JB doing something like that . I know she would love it. Thank you for all the wonderful ideas you share! Heather

You and your girls are going to have a lot of fun years ahead of you - crafting, thrifting, laughing, talking, creating!

-Andrea

That's a great project idea! I'm impressed how perfectly she was laying them out, she must have been watching you pretty carefully!

How sweet is that? I am definetly going to do this w/my son.

How sweet! That is a great kid craft idea that really does allow a lot of their own creativity, and I love that now she has a handmade "blanket" for *her* babies! Thanks for sharing!

Great idea. I may use it with my art students. And, her quilt is precious!!

Oh, your kid's pic with bolt bigger than her is so fun and so sweet too! lol...

This is a great idea! I'm going to try this with my daughter! She loves to help when I'm sewing and recently asked when she can get her own sewing machine. Although, I'm not nearly as talented as you :) I love teaching her to create as well!

What a great idea! I teach preschool and this would be a wonderful activity. Thank you for sharing.

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