Here I offer sewing instructions for a set of a crinkle ribbon toy and a rattle block. The set is a wonderful gift for a birthday or baptism.
A piece of oven bag is sewn into the crinkle ribbon toy, which ensures that the toy crackles as soon as you take it in your hand. Various weaved ribbons or jersey loops can also be attached to the outer sides.
The rattle block is a hexagonal cube, which is lined with cotton wool and can be filled with a rattle disc, a squeaker or a rattle ball. As with the toy, loops can also be attached to the block. If you still have some of the oven bag left, you can also sew it onto one of the sides of the block.
You only need a few materials for sewing: cotton fabrics, weaved ribbons, oven bag, cotton wool, rattle disc/ball or squeaker, a hole punch and some fleece.
Both toys are very easy to sew and therefore very suitable for beginners.
Legal notice: I (Hilke Buss) own the rights to these instructions and the pattern. The passing on, copying or lending of the instructions and the pattern (also partially) is not permitted. You are allowed to sell a few pieces sewn according to this pattern with the remark "Pattern by haalu". No liability can be accepted for any errors in the instructions.
size/dimensions/weight The eBook consists of 18 pages and contains detailed instructions with 58 pictures!
The finished crinkle ribbon toy measures approx. 18 cm x 18 cm, the rattle block is approx. 11 cm x 11 cm x 11 cm.
- detailed instructions including 58 photos
- the finished crinkle ribbon toy measures approx. 18 cm x 18 cm
- the rattle block measures approx. 11 cm x 11 cm x 11 cm.
- pattern included
- suitable for beginners
Materials you need at home:
- various cotton fabrics
- various weaved ribbons
- oven bag
- batting (e.g. H200 from Vlieseline)
- a hole punch
- and of course a sewing machine
My name is Hilke and I am a knitter from Aachen, who loves to sew. Haalu has already been around since June 2013. First I sold handmade purses, pencil cases or mobile phone cases on Dawanda, simply because I didn't need as much stuff as I was making. :) Some time ago I have started writing my own sewing and knitting ebooks to help others find their own enjoyment in crafting.