I am in LOVE with this game! No kidding. It was a babysitter for at least 2 hours yesterday and an hour the day before. If you have a crazy 3-year-old I’m sure you’ll agree that that is awesome! My eight year old played a few games with Grandma yesterday too. This game is great for all ages and I think it would make a wonderful handmade gift. Another really cool thing about this is the fact that you can wash these little suckers. You know how grubby the cardboard ones can get. Use up your old scraps and make some new memories!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
10 – 3×3″ matching square pairs (2 of each making 20 total)
20-3×3″ backing squares
20-3×3″ fusible fleece squares
Cut out all your fabrics. You can use different patterns, fabric with cartoons, numbers, etc. Iron on the fusible fleece to the wrong side of the cartoon fabric.
Place a back and front fabric together with the right sides facing in. Sew a quarter inch seam around the outside of the square leaving a small opening for turning. Turn the square right side out.
Tuck the corner inside itself and iron it flat. It should look like a square. Sew around the outside of the entire square as close as you can to the edge (maybe an eighth of an inch). This will close up the opening you had for the turning. Iron flat again. That’s it. SO CUTE!!!