Friday, September 16, 2011

Love to See the Temple Softie - Pattern

Hey friends!

I have some exciting news to share with you today.  We haven't had anything listed in the Bedtime Tales etsy shop for a while, and this is a very sad thing.  But sometimes life makes strange twists and turns, and we just have to step back and breath for a bit.
One of the top requests I've had since opening this shop was for my Temple Softie.  And it breaks my heart to say it, but I just can't make many more of these custom orders.  I feel like I have limited crafting time in baby/mommy-world and there are so many other projects that must take precedence.  

But never fear! 
I have a plan to dispel the grief from this news.  I've made a pattern for a Love to See the Temple Softie, and now you can make your own!

It's the perfect softie for quiet time, church, or a long car ride.  It features an LDS temple on the front, with a bride and groom who fit snugly into a pocket on the back.

It's been altered a little from the original, but I chose to make these changes so that it would be easier and cost less to make.
And although I think I will miss the bride's lace dress (Which would be super easy to make!  Just sew lace right across her waistline and tuck the edges under when sewing her front body form to the back.)  I thought this new couple looked pretty spiffy themselves.

The pattern will be listed in the shop for $2.00.  
I'll admit that this is the first time I will be selling one of my patterns online.  If you come across a problem while ordering, please email me at madebybedtimetales(at)gmail(dot)com, and I will be delighted to work it out with you.  I hope there are many more of my patterns that will join this one in the coming months!

And one last thing, if you are a frequent reader of this blog: thank you.
We appreciate every one of you who join us for a minute of your day.  You have no idea how much it means to us.



Jenni said...

I love the temple that I bought and so do my girls. That's so wonderful that you have a pattern for those who might want to make one on their own. I hope they send pictures to you so that we can see all the variations.

Jocelyn Christensen said...

You should send your readers over to comment for a chance to win a free softie pattern:

My name is Becka said...

Good point!


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