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Beanies for Brain Cancer - Upcycle eBook

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Beanies for Brain Cancer - Upcycle eBook
Beanies for Brain Cancer - Upcycle eBook
Beanies for Brain Cancer - Upcycle eBook
Beanies for Brain Cancer - Upcycle eBook
Beanies for Brain Cancer - Upcycle eBook

Pattern Description:

In honor of Beanies for Brain Cancer, I am offering this eBook as freely as I can on Etsy. I have to list at 20 cents to list at all.

Wear your beanie or make something from it. This 52 page eBook will show you how to make 18 upcycled beanie projects.

Each project is clear about what types of beanies to use and other materials needed. Some templates are provided which can be enlarged or reduced as needed to match the size of the beanie you are using. The book is filled with photographs to help you imagine your own creations and provide colorful inspiration.

Projects include -
Topsy Turvy Doll
Kitschy TP cover
Humpty Dumpty Doll
Tea Cozy
Cloud Mobile
Soft Sculpture Bowls
Folk Art Mushrooms
Monster Softie

Once you purchase your eBook, you will be provided a download link. If you have any problems, just let me know. The file is 4.4MB.

**This listing is for the PDF eBook, NOT a hard copy print book.

By purchasing this pattern, you agree not to reproduce or resell the patterns, but you may make items for personal use, as gifts, or to sell. If you do sell, you agree to note "SweaterDoll/ Allison Dey Malacaria Design" on your tags.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Varies

Materials:

  • Beanie caps
  • Basic sewing supplies: scissors, thread, pins, needles
  • Project materials vary: toy stuffing, embroidery floss, felt, ric rac, ribbon, buttons, etc.
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Glass House Mountai, Australia

I am a self-professed rag hound and thrift store queen. I learned how to sew and make toys and other household textiles at the feet of Cajun and farm women of the American South and Midwest in the ...

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