I don't really like it all that much, but I love gingerbread men.
I'm told that before I learned to read, I had memorized the Gingerbread Man book and would pretend to read it to anyone that would listen.
|Run, run, run, as fast as you can...you can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man!|
Famous last words, Mr. Gingerbread Man.....
It's kind of a horror story really...snip!...snap!...there goes the gingerbread man...yikes!
|"Ginger Boys" an Indygo Juction pattern made in 2000.|
Measures 30" x 37"
|I used buttons from my grandma's button jar for the eyes and Osnaburg as the background fabric.|
I loved how the blocks were simple nine patches using one partial snowball to make the head.
|This embroidery is also included in the Ginger Boys pattern--Tea and Gingerbread.|
It measures 19" x 25.5" made in 2005
I did the embroidery on an old Osnaburg table cloth that I had picked up at a garage sale.
Both of these little cuties were designed by Cheri Saffiote for Indygo Junction.
You can check out her blog HERE
|There's also a cute little pillow included in the pattern.|
|I love their little faces--don't you just want to eat them up!?!|