Happy Flannel Friday!
I’ve been in a storytime/program tornado this fall. I keep promising to get back in the swing of blogging, but then I’ve seriously been so busy, that I just run out of time and brain power (seriously, I just typed brian power, and could not figure out what was wrong with itIn preparation for our annual teacher workshop on the Latest and Greatest in Children’s Books, I made 3 flannelboards (compete with patterns) so I have 3 #FF posts ready to go!
Anyway this week is that lovable, easy-going feline Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons.
I borrowed the pattern from makinglearningfun.com. But I wanted to make the shirt open(-able),
and (well, and I really I wanted to give Pete a bellybutton) so I made a few changes.
It’s a little more work, but this one is going to log a lot of miles, so it’s worth the effort. Anyway click on the link above for MLF version and/or this one: Pete The Cat 4 Groovy Buttons for the pdf pattern I made for the teacher workshop handout.
It occurs to me that I had to do a little trial & error to assemble this little dude. So I will make a copy, so I can take pictures of the how I put it together. Then I’ll do a special #FF giveaway.
Leave a comment on this post, and you’ll be entered to win the demo version of this flannelboard, and you won’t even need the “some assembly required” follow-up post. Cheers!