I guess people don’t like the new design of the TMNT golf club covers … I just got an order for a set of 4 (of the all-knit original design) and that’s what I’ve been doing the last couple of days. I finished the 2nd one last night … just 2 more to go! I’m really flattered people are willing to pay so much for these covers – otherwise it’s just not worth my time.I can’t wait til I get this order done so I can get back to sewing stuff for my friends and family. Luckily I got most of it done – just a few more hats to go 🙂
Previously I would completely knit the Ninja Turtle golf club cover. But it takes sooooo long to make these.
I decided to try something new where I only knit the bottom (stem) portion of the golf club cover, and sewed the top with fleece!.
Golf club covers make the best Christmas gifts!
To go along with the ninja turtle theme of Issac and Micah’s birthday party, I created these cards for them.
Download the files here:
Issac and Micah have been obsessed with Ninja Turtles lately – so of course when I asked them what kind of hats they wanted, they said Ninja Turtles. I came up with these:
Yesterday there was a sale on fleece for $2.99/yard at Jo-ann’s. I bought so much fleece to make more hats and only spent $10 🙂
So remember how I made stencils last week? Well here’s the finished product. After stenciling the shell, we thought that the design didn’t “pop” enough. So we outlined it with a Sharpie pen in black. Then we printed the kids’ names onto iron-on transfer.
Here’s the Silhouette Studio cut file I created. You can download it for free below:
We wanted to stencil drawstring backpacks for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle birthday party. So I made a stencil on my Silhouette and cut it out on a cereal box. I used the Coverstock setting except I changed the speed to 4 since it wasn’t too intricate.
We just used regular acrylic paint since the bags probably wouldn’t be washed much. The kids had fun helping too!
We’re still not done yet – stay tuned to see the finished product!
The boys in my life love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. So I created these patterns for all the TMNT fans out there.
A beanie available in both child and adult sizes
And for my golfers out there
Patterns available at my Ravely Store: Sundae’s Shop