Baby Grab Ball

Added Nov 3, 2008

by auntchelle

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Description

A baby grab ball which I will be giving to a friend’s baby for Christmas. It’s made from 12 sections each made of 3 leaf-shaped pieces. It is my first project like this and was surprisingly easy. I used dental floss to stitch it together as it is stronger than regular thread.

Material Notes

3x FQ cotton,
bag Hobbyfill,
dental floss

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

http://sewing.about.com/od/babyshowergiftsewing/ss/babyball_2.htm,

My Mum for giving me the Hobbyfill

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    Apr 8, 2009, 05.35 PMby auntchelle

    I used the machine to stitch each ‘football’ shape and then stitched the segments together by hand using dental floss for strength.

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    Dec 1, 2008, 05.22 AMby anajan

    This is so lovely :). It would be a perfect gift for my friend’s baby boy. BTW, did you sew it by hand?

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    Nov 8, 2008, 02.37 AMby emilykate

    Huh… wha…?… my brain just folded itself in half, then divided itself in two, trying to figure out how on earth you made this. So thanks for the link! The baby that gets this is going to end up a genius :o)

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    Nov 3, 2008, 03.28 AMby korrie42

    my son has one too, but i had to fix it after a week … so i love the dentalflos idea!

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    Nov 3, 2008, 01.23 AMby mjb14

    What a gorgeous toy. Thanks for the link – I will take a look.

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    Nov 2, 2008, 11.58 PMby fordelis

    OMG! What a nice idea! I really love it! Thank you for address – I will try it ;)

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