very nice work
very good idea and turned out awesome! Makes me want to play!lol
Can you tell me where you got your game grid and pieces? I know you said bag was from DBSick._Toogie
I had to put those together in my editor.
The outside is just a rectangle applique
the grid was from a TTT set but cant remember probably from sick. The smiley's
I added a the last satin circle so I could
applique to a smiley face but can't
remember. But you can follow the same concept and adjust in editor to fit your
hope size. Any mini design will work. Sorry, but I didn't document what I did and had to do a lot of adjusting in editor.
Great idea. I love the fact that they can all fit in the little bag.
I seem to remember a marble bag on cuties. That might be a cute gift for the little boys with a couple marbles in the bag.
Yes there is a marble bag and I haven't seen marbles in years. My brother had a
huge stash when we were little.
they're still around - I see them in $ stores all the time.
Very nice and a smashing idea. Jan
Well done good job.
WOW! Very impressive!
What a lovely and clever idea, and how generous to make 20.
Clever idea to make on the bag. You are so generous and will be neat if they can get a picture of the children with their quilts and toys.
We really could use more "Boy" items, if anyone else wants to make more of these! Thank you, Linda. Designs by Sick...
I hope it inspires more people to make things for the boys. Its always a bit more
of a challenge.
Oh, so that's what TTT meant! These are wonderful! How appropriate for the boys! I love it! Thank YOU! I'm sure someone will show them how to play!
I figured it was easy enough for most to learn.
well done , they are fantastic
You are sew wonderful! I want to sew like you!!;>)
Thank You. LOL
wow that is so nice i am sure hours of enjoyment here hugs
20 more? you are a buzybee. These must be intended for the boys, since the girls have the other 20 pretty items, although they could be for either.Good job-Toogie
Yes, that was my idea.
Very nicely done! Good idea to keep it all "in the bag".
I tried to have less bulk so I put the board on the bag.