Last fall, Sage and I made this peace sign t-shirt.
And it was featured along with a peace-themed tutorial I wrote in the Fall 2009 issue of Kids L.A. magazine.
Since they didn't use these pictures, I thought I'd share the tutorial with you. It's a quick fun project in which your kids can give you a hand... literally. Simply iron some Heat-N-Bond light to the back of some fabric.
Trace your hand.
Cut it out, iron it on, and stitch it down. It's that easy! When Sage tried that shirt on the other day it didn't fit anymore and his hand was bigger than the hand we traced a year ago. Time flies and kids grow fast; every now and then it's good to stop and record the moment.
When I was trying to come up with something to make for this week's Tutorial Tuesday, I thought of that project and decided to combine it with the quintessential Thanksgiving craft - turkey hands! This time McKenna lent me her hand.
I added some felt, a button, and a turkey beak and waddle left over from last week's turkey craft...
and stitched them together like this: