Sewing with Mommy & Me Seasonal Pillows

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Sewing with Mommy & Me Seasonal Pillows Pattern

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Sewing with Mommy & Me Seasonal Pillows November Leaf
Sewing with Mommy & Me Seasonal Pillows October Pumpkin
Sewing with Mommy & Me Seasonal Pillows August Apple
Sewing with Mommy & Me Seasonal Pillows January Mitten
Sewing with Mommy & Me Seasonal Pillows Monthly Seasonal Pillows

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Sewing

Type:

Toy

Item:

Other

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

Sewing with Mommy & Me! Sew Cute Seasonal Pillows includes pattern pieces, instructions and supply list to make 12 seasonal pillows. Also includes designer coloring pages so you and your child can design the pillow together before you create it!

Includes January mitten, February heart, March shamrock, April umbrella, May flower, June butterfly, July star, August sun, September apple, October pumpkin, November leaf and December snowflake patterns.

Pillows are approximately 8" - 12".

Pillows are designed to be sewn using a simple whip stitch sewing technique done by hand. Instructions are also included to sew the pillows with a sewing machine.

Create a different pillow together for each month of the year! A memory to last just as long as the pillows! Design, create, stuff and decorate your pillows together.

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