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So do I! If we're not at a quilt show coming to your town soon, or if you're unable to visit us here at the mercantile, I invite you to take advantage of our online shopping. Or perhaps you want more of the beautiful hand dyed, sueded cotton you bought at our booth.
For sale is a charming vintage hand made pillow that depicts a just hatched gray baby chick chasing a butterfly near the hen house. At the bottom it says "I'd leave my happy home for you". The piece may have been meant for embroidery, but it was never done, and was made into a pillow cover as-is. The backing is a nice vintage fabric, and the pillow cover is edged with a chenille ball trim.
Since moving to the country we have seen our fair share of chickens- but these fabric chickens are more my style! With Easter and Spring just around the corner I have some time to try a few of these out! These are some of my favorite fabric chicken inspirations from Pinterest.
Now, cut two out two head pieces from your chosen fabric, I've used an old woollen blanket, or you can use good quality felt. Next, stitch two strips of fabric together to make a piece large enough for the body pattern or you can just use one piece of fabric, or maybe some patchwork? Repeat for the other side.
This quick-and-easy patternfits perfectly on a Charles Craft tote bag. Let your little one use it fortrick-or-treating, or use it yourself for toting around projects, groceries, orall that stuff we seem to have to carry around with us. Everyone will love thewhimsy and cheer of the three little pumpkins in the design and theglow-in-the-dark Kreinik Braid.