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September 21, 2008

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Jessica Levitt

hi Devin-

The font is called Hobo Std. its a free front...so you can probably find it online.

jess

shona

love this. thanks for sharing

wendy

Out of all the crown tutorials on the internet, I chose yours! Love it! Going to make it for my daughter's 2 year old in a few weeks!

wendy

Great tutorial! I just made one for my daughter Gigi's second birthday and now my sister wants me to make one for her boy! The only thing I found was that it was a little tight on my six year old, so if you have an older child or a bigger head, you may want to increase the elastic length an inch.

Check out my blog here to see the crown!
http://ilovebabyquilts.blogspot.com/2009/12/look-what-i-made.html

wendy

I've made two of your crowns now! Here's a link to one which contains a link to the other. Thanks so much!

http://ilovebabyquilts.blogspot.com/2009/12/crown-for-prince.html

Logo Design

Hi, that's so lovely that you shared about how it is made. thanks alot.

becky

I made 13 of these for my daughters birthday! She turned 6 and i was worried that the crowns would be too young - but the girls loved them! Very cute idea.

Sharon

Oh-my-goodness! You totally inspired me to make one for my soon to be 3-year old! As soon as I was done with the last stitch she grabbed it and put it on her head! Thank you for the wonderful tutorial - it was very easy to follow and I loved the pictures! Here's how mine turned out: http://mamasamess.blogspot.com/2010/02/cupcake-fever.html

bruinbr

Thanks so much for this! It is the perfect accessory for my daughter, who is turning 1 in 2 short weeks! I posted some pictures of her trying it out here:

http://asweetsmackerel.blogspot.com/2010/02/queen-of-castle.html

Thanks again!

Jessica Levitt

How adorable. I love the heart. And your daughter is precious.

If you have a Flikr account Id love for you to share it with everyone in the Juicy Bits group:
http://www.flickr.com/groups/1285644@N20/

Thanx!

jess

Marcia Siluch

thank you for the wonderful tutorial, I am doing the princess and the frog party theme for my granddaughter's 4th birthday, was scratching my head as to how to make crowns for the boys...tada found your idea, perfect. Again thank you.
marcia

Tiffany Spencer

I absolutely love this. Where do you buy your wool from? Thanks for your tutorials!

Boleyn

Love this tutorial. Great colour combo. TFS

debbie

Do you sell any baby name banners?

Kathi

I love you people that come up with these beautiful ideas and let people like me use them. Thank you for sharing. This is going to be perfect! My daughter will love it!

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