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Diy Sensory Toys For Babies
"Sensory toys make great baby shower gifts or “just because” gifts for a special baby in your life. In this tutorial, you’ll also make half square triangles but with zero stress because the finished size and corners don’t have to be “perfect” as they would in a quilt. These are great ways to use up little pieces of fabric left over from larger projects. At the end of the tutorial, I’ll include some additional options for more advanced sewists or adventurous beginners! Tools Sewing machine. 45 mm rotary cutter, acrylic ruler, and cutting mat OR fabric scissors and marking pen. Iron and iron-safe surface. Fabric marking pencil. Denim needle. Basic sewing supplies (seam ripper, thread snips, pins, etc.). Materials Fabric. For each sensory toy, you’ll need two 6″ (15 cm) squares. I used one upcycled denim piece and one 100% cotton piece for each. You can also substitute a batting square for one of the fabric squares. Batting. For each sensory toy, you’ll need one 6″ (15 cm) square of batting. "
Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
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