Deers for my Dear

IMG_1691internet

There have been three sweet little deers that have been patiently waiting on a shelf in my office since February to be finished up. Yes, since February. Almost a year. After ignoring their calls to be finished, I finally did it. They are now complete.

IMG_1687internet

These little misses were suppose to be for oldest daughter’s Valentines last year, but morning sickness had the best of me. Now they get to be stocking stuffers. The cute and free pattern is found here.

IMG_1699internet

I love the tininess that they are.

IMG_1682internet

I know they are just elated to become a four year old’s present. We shall see how long they last ;)

IMG_1689internet

They are a great little project to whip up fast. You could even sew the entire thing by hand if you don’t own a sewing machine. But even with sewing some of it, there is quite a bit of hand sewing involved.

IMG_1694internet

It’s a great way to use up fabric scraps as not much fabric is really needed for them.

IMG_1695internet

Now they await again in the office on a shelf for Christmas. But this time they are complete.

“As the deer pants for streams of water,
   so my soul pants for you, my God.” Psalm 42:1
Want to share this post? Pin on PinterestTweet about this on TwitterGoogle+Share on FacebookEmail to someone

Comments

  1. says

    Oh Jessica, these are just so cute! Love the fabric choices you made. Just had to include them as part of Featured Friday this week.

    I have no doubt your daughter is going to love them. But, sitting on your shelf, won’t she see them before Christmas?

  2. says

    OH MY GOSH! Those are just too cute. Thanks for the heads up on the pattern. I LOVE these. I know my Granddaughter will too. And it looks maybe like something I could make for our Grandson even though he’s about 5 months old now.

    Hmmmmm wondering even if I made these for our Grandpuppies and put squeakers in the bellies if they would like them. :) We have 2 Grandpuppies and they are very small with one weighing only about 4 lbs and the other 8 lbs. They don’t even try to mess with my cat since my cat could take them easily as he weighs in at 18 lbs. LOL He just looks at those hyper dogs running circles around him, sticks his nose up and walks away as if he’s being bothered by a gnat. haha

  3. says

    Hi! I’ve started to follow your blog :) however mine it’s focused on fashion, I’m a craft lover and when I have free time, I like to do crafty works :)
    I’ll be glad if you would be my follower too :)
    kisses from Italy :):)

  4. says

    Michele- They are safe on the shelf :) I don’t go in my office at all unless my girls are sleeping. I really try to be one hundred percent theirs when they are awake and save my time for later. And if by chance she’s in there, they are up high and the shelf is behind the door ;)

    Vicki- hahaha I bet that’s fun to watch :) You might want to enlarge the pattern a bit if you want to add a squeaker. But, I guess they might make small ones? Let me know if you do. It’s a good idea!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *