Wool, Wiltshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

Take a few scraps of fabric , some paper and pins , needle and thread and create- the sure fire way to happiness- some of the time, – anyway.

And these become this

which becomes this and then this

Before finally becoming

Now how much fun can you actually have with a few odds and ends to beat one of these?

Joining with Kate for Scrap Happy days. https://talltalesfromchiconia.wordpress.com/

Comments on: "Scrap Happiness- April 2021" (36)

  1. Murtagh's Meadow said:


  2. Yes, love it!!!!

  3. Hexagons are so wonderful! You are doing charming things with them ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. so cute and I can almost hear/see a happy child throwing it. Great idea and another use for almost-hexies.

  5. What fun! It’s impressive how you were able to turn it inside-out.

  6. Marvelous use of those lovely scraps!

  7. How fun! Put a bell inside and you have a toy for a child or furry.

  8. What a beautiful toy!

  9. Well, isn’t that glorious! What fun for little hands to squish a pretty little ball!

  10. Susan Nixon said:

    How cute that is! I love the owl fussy cut.

  11. A darling idea. I have a friend expecting soon, might whip up a few

  12. All those interesting patterns for the child to enjoy; or is it for you! What a lovely ball.

  13. This would make a very nice ball for my cats to bat around the place. I might give it a go, perhaps adding some stuffing and a fine dusting of catnip. ๐Ÿ˜ธ

  14. what a cute way to use hexies!! I love it, Cathy!

  15. I have a couple of these on a shelf that I made for a friend’s grandchild. She refused them, because she said they were “too fragile”! I expect she’d have preferred a nice chunk of plastic of some sort. Lovely job, Cathy, well done. Another time, keep the bowl shape, and line it with another set, perfect for catching threads or reels of cotton, or rubber bands, or just about anything, really!

  16. too cute for words!

  17. claire93 said:


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