Stuffy Sleeping Bags

Last Friday was a little too eventful for my liking. My daughter was in a week long preschool horseback camp. Her love! She is obsessed with horses. Well at the moment sadly she has mixed feelings about them since her horse spooked a little tossing her off and causing her to break for arm, thank goodness it is just a small break. Luckily it happened on the last day of the classes and she has good memories of the rest of the week. Well in the midst of her getting use to her arm in a cast she has asked me to do things for her especially since she broke her right arm. She is now becoming more and more able now that a week has passed.

While we were at the hospital her Dad happened to be near a Disney store. Miss L requested a sparkly princess with a crown. Her Dad found the perfect soft princess to snuggle with. She is Sofia the First, apparently the newest princess. She was the pick me up that Miss L needed.

SDP-20130518-19-Edit(Yes she is wearing PJs in this picture but they were brand new. We had to get a few more short sleeved ones for her to get around her cast.)

A few days later she requested a sleeping bag for her princess. I found a tutorial that I printed out and had to make larger for her princess. You can find it here on apple cyder.

8774151971_2ab3772e95

I even practiced my FMQing on Sofia’s sleeping bag! It is not perfect but I am still proud of it! Since I made one for Miss L of course I had to make one for her sister. Tinkerbell deserved a sleeping bag too. I did not increase the pattern for tinkerbell since the pattern said it was for a 8-10 inch stuffy but I should of since her bun causes it to be a little snug. I should have measured tinkerbell before making it but she was tucked away cuddling with Miss E. Oh well she still fits. I just did some straight line quilting on the sleeping bag.

8774164339_8d1950d572

Two cozy stuffies. I was asked to make more for all the stuffies in the house. I am hoping that request is forgotten.

8780705320_84fb4a15a9_d[1]

Linking to finish it up friday at crazy mom quilts

7 comments:

Molly said...
May 23, 2013 at 10:43 AM

Cute cute cute! Thanks for sharing my tutorial with your readers and thanks for letting me know that you made these! xoxo Molly applecyder.com

Jen said...
May 24, 2013 at 7:16 AM

Poor girl! And nice Mama you are to make those for her dolls! :) Thanks for the tutorial link...I can see my girls enjoying these too!

wombatquilts.com said...
May 24, 2013 at 11:52 AM

The sleeping bags are too cute. Thanks for the link.

Heidi Staples said...
May 24, 2013 at 8:39 PM

Absolutely adorable! I'm so sorry to hear about your daughter's trauma though -- yikes. Hope she's on the mend!

Megan Lang said...
May 25, 2013 at 7:08 AM

Love it! What a great idea! Super cute!

Esther F. said...
May 25, 2013 at 9:06 AM

What a wonderful set of sleeping bags!

Esther
ipatchandquilt dot wordpress dot com
esthersipatchandquilt at yahoo dot com

Unknown said...
May 26, 2013 at 8:17 AM

Fabulous sleeping bags! Our son broke his arm at around that age. Yoiks! Hopefully she will still like horses! I certainly got tossed of a lot when I was a kid. My Dad always told me to get right back on that horse!

Leave a Comment

Thanks for taking the time to visit my little blog! Your comments make my day :)

Back to Home Back to Top Making Life Prettier. Theme ligneous by pure-essence.net. Bloggerized by Chica Blogger.