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September 21, 2008



thank you so much for sharing. i hope with my limited sewing skill, I can manage to make one for my little one for her 2nd birthday. much appreciate.


Judy, here is a link to the crown I made for my little one.http://2littlebeans.com/birthday-crown


Sorry I meant Jess.

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Excellent work, this is such a sweet variation. Thank you for posting this

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Hi, guy. I am so glad to come here and read your story. The world changes every day. Expect the next surprise!


hi! I'm from Italy, and yesterday I made my first crown! it's for my mum, she is 50 next week :) i hope she likes it! thanx!


I made two of these for my girls and plan on making one for the baby boy in my tummy too :)

Meg Dion

Love this crown, wonderful job!! Where do you get your wool?

Fertile Ground

I am so very grateful for this tutorial! We have made one for a friend's birthday and I have three that I am working on now for our 3 youngest daughters. I also have the owl ornament on the to do list for a Jan. birthday. :)

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So cute i love it! thanks for sharing.


Thank you for this tutorial. I am going to try to make one for my son's bday in a couple of weeks.Have you tried it with regular felt? I don't know where to get wool felt. Also do you have a suggestions for where to get templates for the letters? Thanks.


I love the font and cannot find it. What font was used? Thanks for sharing I love the crown.


Beautiful! This is exactly what I was looking for to make for my daughter's fourth birthday.

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Beautiful! I made a poor mans crown for my sons 5th birthday. Nowhere as nice as yours. Where do you get your felt?

Morgan Stevens

Yes! I love this! Great tutorial, thanks!
I also would love to know where you get your felt. It looks absolutely lovely and soft.

Thanks for posting!

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