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13.3.10 | Posted by Nancy Brumfield | Edit Post
I have seen "Memory" games made with wood squares and modpodged paper and thought they were such a great idea. Well, I didn't want to go buy any supplies for a project and decided to make one out of fabric. So I raided my scrap tub once again. I had the perfect fabrics for this project. All sorts of cute fabric with little pictures on them perfect for a matching game.
8 Fabrics with cute pictures
Fabric for the backing
Stiff interfacing or felt
Scissors or rotary cutter
Cut your picture fabric into 2 squares 3"x3". Here are my different fabrics cut into squares
Cut your fabric for the back into 3"x3' squares. You will need 16.
Cut 16 squares 3"x3" from the interfacing/felt.
Lay your backing fabric wrong side up. Put the interfacing/felt on top of it and then stack the picture fabric on top right side up.
Sew a 1/4"seam.
Repeat with all 16 pieces.
Now you are ready to play!!!!
This would make a great gift. This one is going in my little girls Easter basket.