Sunday, April 6, 2014

Pattern Girls Twinchie

My BFF, Deb Moon, sent me some vintage dress patterns that she rescued from an antique store.  She had lovingly researched each pattern, cataloged them on a spreadsheet and placed them in protective plastic sleeves.  I chose this pattern to make a twinchie (2"x2") for a swap I'm in.  I added a piece of the actual tissue pattern, some bias-cut material (another gift from Deb), some buttons and a scissor brad.  Of course my pattern girls were shrunk down to size, fuzzy cut and popped up on foam tape.  The ink is Barn Red Distress ink by Ranger and the stamp is by Crafty Secrets.

Happy Monday..............................................Paulette


  1. Love your twinchie :) love the colours! I think I had a pattern like that many years ago :)

  2. This twinchie makes me smile. Love those amazing little girls. The stack of fabric and pattern tissue coming off the edge is so sweet and those scissors...sigh. Twinchie Love!

  3. I love this to pieces. I was even more blown away when one of these arrived in my mailbox! So adorable in real life. Such detail to fussy cut around those tiny fingers. The fabric layered with the actual tissue from the pattern is simply divine. Thank you Paulette! This is another one of your creations that I will always treasure.


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