Saturday, November 25, 2017

Re-telling folk tales.

Hello my quilty friends! 
Today I have some small quilts for you that I made for my job. I am a Kindergarten Para-pro, which is one of my favorite jobs so far in my life! 
The children are learning about Folk tales and have started to learn about theater, so fun and cute! 
The Teacher had little paper cards with clip art images and I asked her if she was attached to the paper cards, when she said no, I went into action! 
Let me introduce Henny Penny and her crew. 
This is Henny Penny.
Below is her friend Cocky Lock.
Ducky Daddles, and Goosey Pooesy. These are the same pattern, just different colors.
Turkey Lurkey 

And last but not least the Villain of the story,  Foxy Woxy. 
These are all 12" X 12" and I think they are much cuter that the paper charterers. The Teacher squealed with delight when she got these and we can not wait to see what the Children think! 
The patterns are all from Made by Marney and so fun and easy to do! I used scraps from my stash and got these done in about half a day.  Thanks for stopping by. 
Until I see you again, Wishing you Quilty Hugs~ Heide 
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10 comments:

  1. Ohhh, these are too cute! You've gone above and beyond the call of duty! I'm sure it feels great. And the children will remember the story well, with such visuals.

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  2. So fun and cute! I'm sure the kids will love them!

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  3. Lovely and a story to go with them, just wonderful.

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  4. This is the most darling thing I've seen in ages!! How sweet of you to make such appealing and durable little characters for the teacher. The children will be able to touch and hold the little quilts, which I know will help them learn. Goosey Poosey's different sized eyes are so funny!!

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  5. These are so cute!!!! I bet the kids will LOVE them! Lucky teacher and lucky class. Great idea!

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  6. Great! i just recently found Marney. Her desgns are so cute and your renditions are wonderfully cute!

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  7. Heidi, What you have done with my patterns is so adorable! Thanks so much for sharing!
    I give you snaps for working with those precious wee ones every day.I was an elementary art teacher for 35 years, and loved working with kids!
    My 3rd book will be coming out in 2019 and it will be perfect for using with your kindergartners...I promise!

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  8. Hi Heide,
    Oh my goodness - these are SO adorable. My bestie is a first grade teacher and she would just love these. Well, maybe not these exact ones but certainly the idea. Great job - I can see a) why the teacher loved these, and b) why you love your job. It sounds like it is a PERFECT fit for you. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  9. Oh my goodness, these are darling! The children will love the stories even more! Great work!

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