Added Oct 23, 2011
This is my entry for the Bernina Halloween 2011 contest!
Since this is my baby’s first Halloween, I wanted to make something that involves her. I made a yellow onsie for the baby, with matching hat to be a bee. I made myself (and for my husband) a head piece as a tulip. The tulip is made out of paper from a recycled box as a base, and left over fabric to cover the paper. I attached a grosgrain ribbon to tie it under the chin.
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paper, jersey, zipper, thread, quilt batting, grosgrain ribbon
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