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Becky-book's picture

Birthday gift (post #31035)

Grandson's first birthday, party is tomorrow; got a photo before wrapping these.  Tea cup is for size not part of gift!!  LOL


Becky

blondie2sew's picture

(post #31035, reply #1 of 7)

Those are wonderful!! But you know that Teacup would make a great part of the gift ha ha ha!!

I know he will have hours upon hours of enjoyment with those!

Blondie

Blondie
fabricholic's picture

(post #31035, reply #2 of 7)

Those are so sweet. You can now teach him to play catch.

Marcy

blondie2sew's picture

(post #31035, reply #4 of 7)

Hey Marcy,

I am thinkin you mean to let Becky know that they are sweet!!

I haven't embarked on the fun fabric balls yet

Blondie
Blondie
fabricholic's picture

(post #31035, reply #5 of 7)

Oops. Got to quit getting on line when I am tired.

Marcy

Cherrypops's picture

(post #31035, reply #3 of 7)

Hey Becky,


They are adorable. My son had a store bought one, when he was six months, with a rattle inside. he had so much fun with it. (there were others without rattles for chewing). I threw the ball gently, into his lap often and by doing so at a very early age he learnt to play catch. At his first birthday, he walked for the first time, and was kicking the larger balls.  Oh the memories, 5 years ago now.


 


CherryPops

Becky-book's picture

(post #31035, reply #6 of 7)

Oh the memories.... my first girl was given the toy that inspired this ball when she was little, 30 years ago!!!  I have made many for the children of friends, grandkids and the church nursery!


I posted the pattern a while back when some one asked about soccer balls.


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Becky-book's picture

(post #31035, reply #7 of 7)

The pattern for the cloth balls is posted in mesg. # 6167.4  jpg format


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