Sew Petite: Sewing in circles tutorial to try with the kids

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  1. That is so cute! I think I might try to make a cute apron with those flowers at the bottom.

    Thanks for the post.

  2. Hilary at Postal Gold says:

    This is a great idea that is simple and encouraging for kids (and the not so crafty adults alike)!

  3. Melanie says:

    I love the work your little girls did. They’re following in Mommy’s footsteps — too cute. Nice work!

  4. This would be great to do with my two daughters – thank you for sharing.

  5. Charlize - Postalgold says:

    Usually I do not condone any use of play on words….but these are just adorable!!!! I am always suprised to see what your kids can do – it really puts a smile on my day.

  6. Not an original comment I’m sure – but I think these are very cute! Its actually a really good idea to use felt with kids, it would be a nice firm piece of fabric and be easy to for the kids to work with – must try it sometime. Thanks!

  7. Cathy says:

    I adore them!!

  8. Sascha says:

    Am with Jennifer, not an original comment..but wow! Soo so cute!

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