2/25/09

Fun Owl Fabric Project

So, I got an e-mail with these fab photos. I think this is one of the best projects I have seen using my fabrics, or well, any fabrics.
How cool is this?





It reminded me of my son's third birthday, when one of my closest friends (whose son was my son's best friend) made a teepee for his birthday party.

Two little blonde headed, hand holding summer boys, a field, and a teepee. They were SOOOO excited. Blissful memory.

12 comments:

sassypriscilla said...

AWESOME. We need a link or a pattern here. Your fabric is perfect for that tent. I love the picture, too. So sweet.

Amy said...

now that is just FANTASTIC! Love it! I need one for my kids! Looks like it took a ton of work to make!

Red Fish Circle said...

thanks, I am going to see if I can get some pattern info for you.

LauraT said...

I also would love info on the pattern. I wasn't sure if it was the Maw-Bell Design. Your owl fabric is just toooo cute for it! I'm going to make one for my 3 year old grandson. Thanks for posting.
Laura T

coloredsock said...

oh those photos of Zach and his friend are priceless. i love them. and the teepee tent is great! must just make you giggle... xo

Red Fish Circle said...

Thanks Jenny, get ready for a bazillion of these sweet moments ahead of you.

Amy (badskirt) said...

Oh! That's a really great tent! Who created it? I'd love to check out their blog or shop!

Red Fish Circle said...

Sorry this is so mysterious! I got an e-mail convo on etsy from an etsy customer, no shop link, no blog links, just the photos with permission to post them. I have an e-mail out trying to get pattern info, I will keep you posted.

Carolyn Kidd said...

Hi everyone! My name is Carolyn and I made the tent... its fun to see so much excitement over it. I don't have a shop, store or blog for stuff like this. I just sew for fun and I made this for my daughter's first birthday (this Friday :-0). I'm toying with the idea of selling them using my Etsy account so I'd love to hear from you if you're interested. I can make them in different sizes. The tent here is small (30x36) because I just wanted something little for her to play in that doesn't take up the whole living room. I don't have a pattern for this... just a drawing I made that reminds me of my 10th grade geometry homework.

ChatRabbit said...

Wicked cute on both accounts!

Jaime said...

where did you get that owl fabric? I love it, and need to find it.

Carolyn Kidd said...

Hi Jamie,

I don't remember exactly where I got it from. I bought it online. Just Google "Forest Fun Spring Owls Fabric" and you'll find it.