Friday, August 5, 2011

put a fork in it


I made a small batch of fork ladies from Kima's tutorial in the Summer issue (subscribe here for just $3.99).

I loved winding the yarn to make their bouffants. This would be a fun project to do with your little girl...you could even put on a puppet show with them when you've made up a few.

I found bamboo forks (100 for $6.50) here.

Complete instructions for this project can be found in the Summer issue of Inspired Ideas magazine (subscribe here for just $3.99).

Have fun!

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Your little fork ladies are soo pretty!

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