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December 05, 2007

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Alison

Thank you so much for posting this pattern, it was very helpful. I have been trying for three weeks to make my own but they were not coming out right. Again, thank you.

shannon

Thanks for this great pattern. The one I made came out so cute. I'm going to make this for all the new babies in my life. You can see mine on my blog.

Megan

I just found your blog via Decor8 and am glad I did! I've recently started blogging about crafting, kids, whatnot to help me stay creatively motivated. I've made so many beanbags for my kids, but have yet to try balls. Now I definitely will! Thanks for the pattern.

SewDelish

Thanks, these look so cute. I can't wait to make some.Just printing the pattern off now.

Jenny

Thank you so much for this pattern. I've already used it and the ball turns out fantastic.

Shannon K

Since finding your ball pattern, I've made quite a few. My kids love them. I've posted pictures at my blog - www.myheart4him.wordpress.com.

Thanks for posting it.

Shannon

Sassy

Those are absolutely adorable!

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Karrie

i can't seem to find the link to the pattern; is it still here?

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Pillows were originally used mainly by the wealthy, and have been found in Ancient Egyptian tombs. The difficulty of sophisticated dyes and sewing techniques led to the development of pillows as an art form, with highly decorated pillows becoming prized commodities first in China and Persia and later in Medieval Europe. In Tudor England, pillows became widely-used; it was believed only women giving birth should use one. The Industrial Revolution saw the mass production of decorated textiles and decorated pillows. Traditional Chinese pillows are often hard boxes made from stone, wood, metal, or porcelain instead of stuffed fabric. Some ancient Egyptians slept on pillows made out of stone

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The one I made came out so cute. I'm going to make this for all the new babies in my life.

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did you just make them with your hands? cute ones.. :)

Vanessa

Awesome tutorial, I featured it on my blog: http://designsbyvanessa.blogspot.com/2010/04/tutorial-roundup-baby-crafts.html

Wonder

what pattern are you guys talking about? all i see are pictures of the finished product

Dot DeMasi

The pattern for the happy ball cannot be displayed. I would love to make some balls for my granddaughter.

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Your creativity was so great, so neat, nice, and cool in my eyes!! I like your stuff for my daughter!! god job!!!

Melissa

Thanks for the pattern! I got another ball pattern free online, but they turned out kind of egg shaped. I think I'll have better success with these!

becca

Hey i know this maube silly but i cant find the pattern any help please x

Angie

These are so cute! How do I get the pattern, I don't see a link. Thanks for sharing!

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