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Crayon Roll

Added Aug 3, 2010

by Nancy Cavill...

Greenfield, Mass...

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Description

My first attempt at a crayon roll, based on instructions I’ve seen around the Internet. I included a pocket for a small blank notebook, which means the roll is actually folded. (Next time, I would leave the pocket out.)

Material Notes

Use a playful, fun fabric. Any durable, washable material would work. I used a cotton-polyester blend but I think it would really well with a laminated cotton or oilcloth.

You’ll also need a strip of velcro or some other type of closure, according to your preference. The instructions here are for velcro but other crayon rolls I’ve seen use a length of ribbon to create a tie.

ETA: The fabric here is from Andover, a line of designs based on the books of Eric Carle.

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
For
Children
Garment Type
Toy
Material
Cotton, Blends, Denim

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    Jan 5, 2011, 03.23 PMby Laura Jane

    thankyouuuuuuuuuuuu

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    Aug 4, 2010, 12.08 PMby Nancy Cavillones

    Thanks! With a two year old, all shots are actions shots. Ha.

    The fabric is a line from Andover based on illustrations from Eric Carle’s books. I bought this particular fabric at the Eric Carle Museum in Amherst, MA but I have seen the line at my fabric store, and I’m sure you can get it online.

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    Aug 4, 2010, 06.21 AMby sokkenmonster

    Wow, where did you get that fabric? I like the action shot :)

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