"Speaks to our heritage and personality." - @drlilian
- Start with how big you would like the bread to be in relation to your child.
- To make the circle, make a hole into your cardboard and attach a piece of yarn with half the length you want your circle to be.
- Attach a marker to the end of the twine and while making sure the string is taught make your circle.
- Shorten the string an inch and draw another circle within the first, this will be your seam allowance.
- Lay your fabric out good sides facing in and trace your circle and cut. Now cut your template to the second circle.
- Trace the new circle onto the cut fabric you first made. This will give you guide to follow when sewing and for placement of the pink topping.
- For the pink topping use the circle (the smaller one you cut out of the larger) to map out the shapes of the topping.
- Cut your shapes out place on the good side of the fabric circles. We used water downed tacky glue and a brush for a clean look. You can also sew along the edge if you prefer.
- Place the circles with the topping facing in and pin around the fabric. Now sew along the line you have on the outer leaving a gap for filling. You can also use glue if you prefer.
- Flip your piece inside out, if there is a lot of puckering ( usually with the glue method ) flip again and cut little slits long the seam allowance so it lays flat, then flip again.
- Now with the good side out fill to your liking.
- When filled fold the edges down at the opening and close with a ladder stich or glue together.
- Rinse and repeat for the back piece.