A gift for my son, whose turns 8 this Saturday the 7th:
I made two crayon-rollups a while back – and it was well-received by the children. As in, they loved to take them to restaurants along with a notebook or coloring book. The previous versions were made for your typical 16-pack Crayola-style. Today I designed and stitched this up. This version uses 24 fat and (hopefully) high-quality beeswax crayons, as found at Gray’s General Store here in Hoquiam (speaking of which, check it – I’m going to be teaching classes!).
A crayon roll-up featuring not just robots, but also [ <– (look left) ] cleavage. WHAT COULD BE BETTER?! Not much.
Embroidery … so my Little Guy knows it’s just for him.
Robots (I have a teeny tiny bit of fabric left from the Ready Set Robot shirt):
So what say ye, readers? Should I bust my hump putting together a tutorial? Eh…