My Favorite Things about School House
Sewing School House blocks can build confidence and creativity!
Love the lines! Quilt more.
A child who is too young to rotary cut can use scissors to cut on the lines, and not depend on someone else to prepare the pieces for her, so she feels more independent.
It is easier for a beginner to get the results she wants, and that is encouragement to keep on sewing. Everything is more fun when you have accurate pieces, a line to sew along, appropriate straight grain, and matching marks.
Choosing three fabrics is exciting, and imagine how much fun it is to embellish the garden with buttons for flowers, a bead for a door knob, and a little lace or embroidery in the windows.
The Combo layouts are like magic! Print several different shapes at a time for Sky, Walls, and Roof. Print more scraps and mix and match for endless variations.
The Puzzle Page makes it fun to stay organized, and prevents booboos. Everyone would rather sew than rip.
It helps develop confidence, creativity, and independence, and will get your grandchildren hooked on sewing.
This is a wonderful project for children—or the child in you!
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