Gramma's Little Shop
Gramma's Little Shop started when I began making things for my 2 grandchildren Malin and Parker. At the time, I sold completed items and over time I found that I really enjoyed making up the patterns so that's where I am today. My patterns are not computer drafted but hand drawn and require varying amounts of skill from basic beginner to a little more complex. If you can handle an iron, a pair of scissor and a glue gun you can make these. WHY FELT BOARDS? Felt play expands the imagination! Children will create characters, storylines, conflicts, etc. Telling a story using felt uses multiple senses. Felt boards assist with fine motor skills, social skills, memorization, independence, and language development.
Recycle and Save the World Felt Story Pattern
Patterns for 4 kids, recycle bins, trash truck and trash can. Great for discussions of recycling.
Fun felt pieces to learn about recycling to save the Earth. Includes patterns for 2 boys and 2 girls, recycle bins, trash truck, and trash can.
Great teaching tool.
PATTERNS ONLY – NOT A COMPLETED ITEM
These are hand drawn not computer drafted patterns to make felt cutouts to be used on a felt or flannel board.
Based on the book Is Your Mama a Llama by Deborah Guarino
NOTE: I use freezer paper to print and cut my patterns. It is the secret to cutting small precise pieces! Freezer paper is available as a roll in grocery stores and can be cut into 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheets to print on or you can purchase precut sheets.
I have also included basic instructions on making a felt board with this pattern.
PLEASE NOTE: PATTERNS ARE INSTANT DOWNLOADS AND ARE NOT REFUNDABLE.
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A little about me. My name is Kathy and I have been married to my hubby Paul for 47 years. Where has the time gone? We have 3 children – Steve, Ryan and Holly – and one wonderful son-in-law Dustin. I am a grandma to Malin and Parker and they keep me on my toes. Besides my family and my shop I enjoy traveling, photography, and reading.