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Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Pentecost felt banner and I uploaded my funny drawings on Scribd for you
You know I must love having a few faithful readers- but this took me a good part of the evening (I should be reading my book), to draw and cut out. Then after I cut out the first set of hair and beards, I thought why didn't I photo copy this stupid thing? I will lose these pieces- or Brenden will tear them up. Then I thought, why not put it on Scribd for my friends. Surely they wouldn't laugh ;) jk...lol Hey! At least you can download and print it off and then improve my drawings with your own.
I was flipping through Pinterest with Genna this afternoon looking for Pentecost symbols and banners and felt projects to make our own- and at least get started on it. And we came across Under her Starry Mantle's pin of the Pentecost/Apostle felt dolls she made for their atrium. I thought perfect! (And I have no idea if we have a set in our Atrium or not, but I am going to modify the idea and make it for a banner- less sewing) I couldn't find a template for the pieces. But she had some good photos on her blog, so I did my best to recreate the shapes. I can't do the needle work that woman does- it's perfect. You can browse her post and see what to do. But the fine sewing- that's why I think I will stick to the felt banner idea. She's pretty amazing.
Here's Template #1
OH yea, if you get you're banner or dolls done before me- DON'T rub it in ;) ha ha jk... But I will post your pictures if you want to email me.