Added May 3, 2011
I bought the fabric as a remnant last year. I remember when I bought it, the clerk gave me a puzzled look and asked if I had a plan for the fabric. I smiled and said no, but I couldn’t pass it up. I love remnant bins, you never know what you find. I am one of those crafters that does better with stuff on hand for random ideas I have, rather than searching the stores when inspiration arises. However, that leads to a lot of stuff on hand! My daugher picked out the buttons. I didn’t do button holes, but rather, I used snaps.
small amount of quilting cotton, fusable interfacing, narrow double fold bias tape, 2 snaps, 2 buttons, 4 pieces of hoop and loop (could use 2 pieces of hook and 2 pieces of loop), about 10" each.
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