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Hungry Caterpillar Inspired Wheat bag Covers

Hey Guys n Dolls

How are you lovely lot? Hope everyone is well. Ok so 8 of my 15 blogs have all been reated to my making Hungry Caterpillar items, I have so far made a quilt, a stuffed animal, a blanket, and a drawstring bag – all of the afore mentioned items have been patchwork. 201 more words

Patchwork

A little Hungry Caterpillar inspired friend

Hey guys ‘n’ dolls,

So I started a new little project the other day and today’s blog well be all about it.

For those of you who follow my blog and have read my previous blogs you may well remember that I made a Hungry Caterpillar quilt for a friend off mine for her baby, well she has now had her little bundle of joy and I got to meet him earlier this week :-) whilst it is currently to warm for him to be using the quilt as a quilt, and also it is not recommend for a baby so young to be using a quilt like that, he uses it to lye about on if he goes out in the garden or for play time. 312 more words

Patchwork

A Hungry Caterpillar's metamorphosis to Social (Media) Butterfly

It’s been a journey of nearly a quarter of a century from being a Burger Queen to Social Butterfly and the fun has only just begun.

Blog Bit

Caterpillars

Still more science!  We read caterpillar books this week and talked about the changes that caterpillars go through to become butterflies.

BOOKS:

We read The Very Hungry Caterpillar… 239 more words

It's not Monday - fallen at the first Hurdle - but, hey, Tuesday is good too!

Ah, where to begin, it’s been so long, and I’ve been so remiss, and so . . . .

Well the first bit of exciting ness is that I have been accepted for a stall at the Bath Artisan Market which is held in Bath every second Sunday of the month! 143 more words

Crochet

I was so excited when I saw this familiar face in the window of a Sydney clothing store the other day. “The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ is celebrating its 45th year anniversary in style – by way of collaboration with Graniph.

Picture Books

Transformation Baby Steps

By Kalan Gott

The Hungry Caterpillar is a well know children’s book documenting the days of eating precede a caterpillar’s transformation into a butterfly. Not only is it a cool book because of the pictures (and that tiny hole in the food on each page that shows you where the caterpillar ate), but because I’ve decided it is a metaphor for a child’s relationship with reading. 141 more words

Literacy