This scarf is made of some strips of minky backing left over from a quilt. I doubled it over and sewed around. It is nice and warm and fits nicely with my son's dinosaur hat and gloves that are in the same colour scheme.
I paired up some left over blue flannel with some firetruck paraphernalia that is always a hit.
My girl is into pink (though I make sure that it be administered in small doses) so I dug up this dragon fly fabric to go with the flowery flannel back.
I am having fun discovering the different stitches on my sewing machine. The white stitching did provide a luxurious detail, though that element is once again lost in my hopeless photography.
The trio all assembled. I can assure you there were squeals of joy when the kids returned from pre-school and spotted these on their hooks in the entrance hallway.
An easy kid and adult cowl tutorial can be found on the Creative Side.
Have a surprising day!