D. a stay at home mum who worked as a Speech Pathologist in her past life. Her 2 beautiful girls and little boy add laughter and spice to every day, and she never wants to go back to "work". Her ...
D. a stay at home mum who worked as a Speech Pathologist in her past life. Her 2 beautiful girls and little boy add laughter and spice to every day, and she never wants to go back to "work". Her business card now states that she is a 'domestic resources coordinator' . She isn't sure that she should have written that down on the last jury duty form, but it is too late now.....
She loves making anything, from clothes (both sewn and knitted) to leather masks and of course toys for all the children in her life.
In her humble opinion there is never enough hours in the day for craft and far too many for housework. :)
More of her patterns can be found at http://www.etsy.com/shop/ebonyshae, or regular updates on upcoming patterns can be found at Ebony Shae Designs on facebook www.facebook.com/EbonyShaeDesigns.
Make your own majestic giraffe mask.
Soft felt conforms to the face and sits comfortably. Elastic band at the back for a comfortable, multi-size fit. Great for make believe and dress up fun.
When you purchase this pattern, you will receive an 12 page PDF;
2 pages of pattern and 9 pages of tutorial with easy to follow, step-by-step instructions and colour photos for every stage of the creation process.
Difficulty Rating: Little Bit Tricky (Intermediate). If your idea of fixing the hem on a garment is to tape it up rather than sew it, this is definitely NOT the project for you. If don't mind sewing on lots of spots (although they can be glued), or are busting to know how to get the shading on the giraffe with a common household item then, have a go at this project!
Diagrams of how to do stitches are also included in the pattern for those of us who regularly think, "Now running stitch..... Which one is that?"
Shipping is of course FREE, YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR PATTERN BY INSTANT DOWNLOAD LINK AS SOON AS PAYMENT IS CLEARED.
Inspired by the book: The eleventh hour by Graham Base. His illustrations are AMAZING and if you want to know who ate all the food, you need to crack the code hidden in each of the pictures. A beautiful and challenging read for everyone!