You guys, I have been loving (so very much!) the photos that you’ve been sending in of the gorgeous things you’ve been sewing using our Snowball Saints fabrics! Your creativity is stellar, and your ideas limitless. So excited today to share some of the absolutely beautiful and unique things you’ve made:
- The first share was made by Michelle Lewis of Common Thread Textiles. She used the horizontal layout to create this insanely adorable tote bag – you guys, I love it so much!
- The second share was made by Theresa Goeltz of Little Praying Hands. She turned the on-point layout into little bean bags, and printed vinyl backs for the bags with the saints’ names! So creative!
- Tambra made a beautifully colored “I Spy” quilt from the horizontal layout. How colorful is her creation? (Apologies for the fuzzy photos). By adding a different color border to each saint, it creates beautiful pops of color throughout. The heart quilting is so lovely, too, isn’t it? It connects each of the saints together in love!
- How lovely are these kitchen towels made by Genie? She used the St. Mother Theresa to be a focal point, and surrounded her with the pots and pans.
- The next creative idea comes from Hannah LeRoy – she turned the little saints into backpack plushies! Can’t you just imagine each child heading off to school with their favorite patron saint right there on their backpack, bouncing alongside them? Here’s a photo of the saint backpack plushies as she was sewing them; you can see the pins are still in place after she finished stuffing each with PolyFill in prep for sewing them closed.
- Little guys and gals love exploring, and these sensory bags made by Dana Liu of A Lil Plant are already so loved by her children! By using a clear vinyl as the backing on these bean bags, and adding interesting filling like small toys hidden in beans, beads, or rice, kids can explore and discover as they play.
- …what will you think of?