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    We gave our eldest daughter a gift certificate for fabric for Christmas and she got all sorts of veggie and fruit prints to make bibs - aren't they cute! They have cotton chenille backs, and soft velcro closures.

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    She wants to embroider little bunnies peeking out from behind the cabbages and little monkeys from behind the bananas.

  • #2
    These are well cute. Please come back with another picture if your daughter does embroider any bunnies or monkeys.

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    • #3
      What lovely fabrics. They will brighten up any childs life. Good for her.
      Carol
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      • #4
        They are great fabrics - I can see them as bags and allsorts! Love her idea of the bunnies and monkeys!! Don't forget photos of those too. I don't have kids but as I spill everything I eat, I could do with one of these myself!!
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        • #5
          They're great and I'm sure will be a very popular sales line. I like the idea of the embroidered animals too.

          Linda

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          • #6
            love the fabrics
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            • #7
              Now she has made Her daughter a skirt with a matching scrunchie -


              Last edited by removed10; 18-02-2011, 03:11 PM.

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              • #8
                They are very cool! I love the bright colours. Makes them look so much fun! I have got a collection of quite boring bibs in pastel shades so it's good to see some that look so cheery.
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                • #9
                  Loving the fabric!
                  The bibs look brilliant
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                  • #10
                    Hazel wore the skirt and scrunchie to school today (it's free Friday - the rest of the week they wear uniforms) and Melissa has already had one mom call to sign up for her "Sewing Projects" over Spring Break! The school even put a blurb in their newsletter about her sewing classes!

                    Her husband cut off their cell phones to save money for their co-pays (deductibles) for all of Oliver's prescriptions and dr/hospital visits...so she's desperately trying to earn some moeny to get her phone back. Her husband did NOT get rid of cable tv, which HE watches all the time...

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                    • #11
                      Love them, very unusual, i would def buy a bag!!
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