Saturday, August 3, 2013

How to Make Your Own Stacking Cubes for Baby

Baby Pinwheel Stacking Blocks
Your child will have hours of fun with these stacking cubes!
My grandson loves to stack things so I wanted to make him some stacking cubes.  One of the easiest ways I found was to use different size plastic canvas ans yarn to make some colorful cubes.  
These colorful, lightweight blocks feature happy pinwheel patterns and are quick & easy to stitch. They are made using 7-count plastic canvas and worsted weight yarn. Sizes include an extra small 2 1/2" cube, a small 3" cube, a medium 3 1/2" cube, a large 4" cube and an extra-large 4 1/2" cube.
or try out this one...
Stacking CubesStacking Cubes
5 stacking blocks stitched in primary colors are fun for Baby to play with, and they make a colorful room decoration. Each block stacks inside the other, with the largest block measuring 4" x 4". All are made using 7-count plastic canvas and Needloft® yarn.

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