Bessie. Clover. Butch.
It seems the name options were endless as were the options of what kind of animal this really was. Designed as a baby cow. Thought by many to be a pig. Voted to be a baby bear by more than several. Termed "breakfast meats" by my hub… I know, not so funny to me but hysterical to most of the guys he says it to!!
These are the newest 3 additions to our family. Bessie has been completely co- opted by my daughter. The other two, well… the boys would never admit it out loud or in public, but secretly they keep asking me when they are coming back from shows so they can have one each.
I know, I know, both of them are too old but they have a soft spot for little stuffed animals in bed. Especially ones that I've made. It still makes me smile. I wonder if it will be the same when they are older. My husband still has an old teddy bear that he refuses to part with. He sits, a bit dusty, in the corner of our bedroom. I guess he probably wouldn't want you to know that. Too late for that I guess.
… this was the cover shot we used. A little stack of cuteness.
… this is Clover. I love this shot of him hanging out the window. Sometimes you have to have a little fun at a photo shoot.
The fabrics are MODA's version of a soft, cuddly microfleece fabric that is so soft and wonderful to work with that I have started adding it as the back of many of my quilts, especially all of those that I know will end up in my children's hands!
You did hear me right, they are wonderful as backs! My faithful long arm quilter Diana who has vowed before to never again use the "other" unmentioned microfleece products on the market, LOVES, LOVES this one! She says it has much less stretch than those others, making it wonderful to work with.
Name: Snuggle Softies
Made by: Cheryl Hadley & Joanna Figueroa
Size: app. 13" from snout to toe
Fabric Collection: Snuggle™ fabrics from our Whimsy collection
Fabric Used: 3/8 yds is all you need for the main body color. Like mentioned above, Snuggles or other microfleece are the best to use but standard cottons can be used as well. Pattern has many tips on working with both types of fabrics.
To look at precise yardage requirements look here under VIEW LARGER IMAGE.
Talk to you soon but not for a couple of days. Going on a little adventure. If all goes well, I might blog from my favorite little island in the world!