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Rings of glory? ...almost


Even though I don't have a baby baby, just a toddler and preschooler, I am fascinated with baby things. Here is my first and not so perfect attempt at soft baby toys. I used a tutorial and used Michael Miller's First Sight series.

I sewed the baby ring, the baby block, and the ribbon ball.

The fabric is really important to me. I think that is the main draw of sewing for me in particular, besides being cheap that is. I'm a graphic designer at heart and am very inspired by beautiful patterns. Oh, don't forget to add bells inside with the fiber-fill.

These toys were definitely a learning experience, I made a lot of mistakes with the ring especially. But onward I trudge!

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