Soooooo . . . have you made your fabric carrots yet? I went a little crazy with mine! Now that I have enough to completely fill the tray, it looks like a little veggie patch! Find some orange and green remnants to mix and match, go to this tutorial at Clare’s Craftroom, and you, too, can have a garden growing on your dining room table! ♥
I saw a really cute idea on Pinterest that reminds me of these carrots. It was a play planting bed with fabric veggies and a stuffed planting bed that had slots between pillow-like “dirt” to “plant” the stuffed vegetables. There’s an idea for your carrots!
What fun, Elizabeth! I need to check that out! 🙂
Certainly is a big patcha carrots you’ve got there. How in the world you find the time?
A lot of it is handwork . . . perfect for road trips or watching TV! 🙂
So love the collection and what a great way to use up fabric bits! This is a fabulous toy for really little children. I love Elizabeth’s comment about making them into a veggie patch! What fun!
Thank you, Thea! And I’m definitely going to check out Elizabeth’s idea! 🙂
Now I want to make some fabric carrots.
They’re really easy and fun . . . and you DON’T have to make a bazillion of them like I did! 🙂
Your next post should be a cute bunny pillow! This is a great way to use your fabic scraps; and they are so cute!
My granddaughter Ally is coming for Easter weekend and that’s exactly what she wants to make! So . . . hopefully you’ll see a bunny pillow post soon! 🙂
Such a delightful carrot patch! I better get busy with mine…..
Thank you, Beth! 🙂
oh my gosh, supercute!
Thank you! They’re sure fun to make! 🙂
Thank you, Autumn! 🙂
I, also, want to know where you find the time!!!!????!!!!!! Off to check out the tute……………………………………
A little bit of machine work . . . then the rest by hand (in the car or in front of the TV)! 🙂
Wowzers beautiful bunch of carrots! The bunnies will be happy! Hugz Lisa and Bear
That made me smile, Lisa! 🙂
do you wanna share??? Just kidding…You are all that to make a whole tray!
I DO!!! I wish you could come over for coffee and I’d send a handful home with you, Marilyn! 🙂
wouldn’t that be nice!
You are simply amazing!
You’re a sweetie, Claudia! 🙂
I love your carrot patch! The Easter Bunny will be happy!
Or unhappy . . . when he finds out the carrots aren’t real! 🙂
How fun! That’s one of the most cheerful carrot patches I’ve ever seen. 🙂
Why, thank you! What’s funny is that from across the room it looks like a real plant growing on the table! 🙂
These are so cute! What are you going to do with all of these carrots???
Thank you, Hannah! I’m tucking some into Easter baskets and bags . . . but the rest will probably remain as my centerpiece for the spring and summer . . . a “plant” that I don’t have to water! 🙂
Those are the best kind of plants!
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This is crazy o.O why are fabric carrots all the rage all of a sudden …I mean even our kids museum had them …cute idea for play toys though
Thank you, Ms. Twiggynest! 🙂
These are super duper cute!
Thank you so much, Clare! 🙂