First Lost Tooth Hanging Pillow

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First Lost Tooth Hanging Pillow Pattern

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First Lost Tooth Hanging Pillow Back view with pocket
First Lost Tooth Hanging Pillow Boy or Girl First Lost Tooth Pillow

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Sewing

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Girls, Boys, Infant/Baby

Item:

Bag

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Embroidery Stitches: Refresher page given in pdf pattern

Pattern Description:

Welcome to The lullaby lofT!
This listing is for a detailed PDF Pattern complete with photo and written step by step instructions. (4 pages
This adorable First Tooth Pillow is a wonderful place for your little one to store their baby teeth. It can be hung on a door knob or bed post at evening time and hopefully the back pocket will have a special treat come morning.
Choose from pink hearts or light pink circles for the cheeks. As well as a heart or square shaped back pocket. Your little one's name can be stitched on the back pocket too!
Skill Level: Beginner, instructions even come with a refresher page on how to do basic embroidery stitches.
Tutorial instructions will guide you through making:
2 Lost Tooth Pouches

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Tooth: 2 3/4" wide & 3 1/4" tall, with a door hanger ribbon 4 1/2" from door knob to tooth

Materials:

  • 9 X 12 Sheet of white felt
  • small square of pink or blue felt for pocket
  • small scraps of felt: pink & black
  • embroidery thread
  • rickrack or ribbon
  • sewing needle & scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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Hi! I'm Jual, owner of The lullaby lofT!

My little boutique has been handcrafted & inspired by the little peanuts in our family. Each PDF tutorial has been thoughtfully made so you may create that handcrafted gift for the little loved one(s) in your life.

I have a degree in Visual Arts Education: K-12, and believe all that teaching has equipped me with confidence to design & teach others ...

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