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Mr. Hooter

Added Feb 29, 2008

by alethanoelle

Holland, Michiga...

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Description

Plush little critter made from the leftovers of a quilt I am making. This is the first project I have ever finished on my new sewing machine. Actually besides the quilt, it the first thing I have made since college art classes.

Material Notes

A mix ’n match of cottons, two buttons

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

I saw the little guy that Burda Member Invisible did and loved it! She did it first and most def’ did it best!

I just looked at her picture and then drew a little guy up that I thought looked cute.

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    Jul 8, 2008, 07.50 AMby emrichkh

    Cute little guy. The fabrics are great. I’m sure your quilt is going to be beautiful.

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    Feb 29, 2008, 12.16 AMby marijapo

    This is one good looking Mr. Hooter! It would be great if you could upload the pattern for Mr. Hooter, I never know what to do with the loftovers and this is a great idea, mz 2 years old daughter would love it! Great job!

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