$25 for enough materials to make the set of 3 houses
About the Class
These houses are perfect for every season, holiday, or just everyday decorating. Come learn some of the tricks to add personality and create a 3-D décor in your favorite fabric! The largest house measures approx 7 1/2" tall, 4" wide and 2" deep. The medium house finishes at 6 1/2" tall by 3" wide and 1 1/2" deep. When finished, the small house measures 5" tall, 2 1/2" wide and 1 1/2" deep
1/2 yard ByAnnie’s Soft and Stable (this will make all 4 sizes)
Class Supply List
Sewing Machine and coordinating thread
Basic Sewing Kit (seam ripper, measuring tape, scissors, ect.)
Rotary cutter, ruler and cutting board
Iron/ ironing table or wool mat
Fusible Adhesive- needs to be sewable. I recommend Printable Heat n Bond Lite
Card stock or chip board (you can use cereal boxes or cardboard boxes for this as well)
Rice, beans or walnut shells to create weighted bottom.
Hi! I'm Amy Chappell and I hate writing bios in third person, so I'm just going to write it like this! I'm the mom of six kids and I learned early on that I needed an outlet to keep myself grounded and happy. This is where creating and sewing came to be a prominent feature of my life. I have been writing my blog Ameroonie Designs since 2008 and started writing patterns a few years later. My goal is to make creativity more accessible by designing and teaching patterns that are quick to make and don't cost a lot of money. I love embroidery and hand stitching and of course quilting. My favorite projects are seasonal elements I can bring into my home to make it cozy, festive and fun for my family.
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