Washcloth Giraffe

from Topsy Turvy Creations

Washcloth Giraffe Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Other

Skill Level:

intermediate skill level requirement Advanced

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This is design is more challenging than the other washcloth tutorials

Pattern Description:

Baby Washcloth Giraffe. You'll be a big hit at the baby shower with these darling little creatures. Attach them to your cake or let them hang out on the gift table.

This one hour, 4 minute, easy to follow, video tutorial will walk you through the intricate process of creating this darling Giraffe made from baby washcloths.

Watch whenever you like and as many times as you'd like. There is no damage done to the washcloth in the making of this design and they are completely useable after the shower.

This design is for personal use only. You may not make and sell any products made from this pattern or design without a "License Agreement" available for purchase. You may not give away or resell this design in any form. You may not translate it to other languages, post online or redistribute in any form! All images, content, designs and technique are protected under international copyright and trademark laws. The unauthorized reproduction of protected designs is strictly prohibited.

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(c) All rights reserved 2013, Renee Swartz, Topsy Turvy Creations TM.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7" x 3"

Materials:

  • Baby washcloths Detailed list of supplies will be provided in the instructions

About Designer

About Designer

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My husband and I live in a beautiful college town in the pacific northwest and are the proud parents of three, happy, healthy young adults and Nana and Papa to two wonderful grandchildren.

I began producing instructional videos in 2011 and within a year I was invited to appear on the Martha Stewart show.

Thank you for visiting my projects and keep coming back for more.

Renée

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