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I mourn the passing of my poor childhood favorite. What better way to do it but with a Twinkie scarf. ^____^
SUPPLIES 1/4 yard fleece fabric (45 in. width bolt) light blue yellow 1/4 yard dark blue and yellow fabric (cotton preferably) 2 ft X 2 ft piece of ...
W = width L - length H - height MAIN PIECES 1 cut - dark blue cotton - 6.5 in. W and 38 in. L (45 in wide ...
Take the 2 medium blue cotton strips and sew them on both sides of the main white cotton fabric panel as seen in image #1 (optional) Flip over ...
Main red swoop (main "hostess" panel) gently mark off curve paint with red acrylic paint "Hos" text (2 separate pieces of white cotton fabric) mark off the H ...
Cut 2 (3 in.) W strips from the 38 in. dark blue cotton strip at same diagonal angle as main "hostess" panel. (image #1) 2 - (3 in.) ...
Mark off main twinkie area shown in image #1 Place yellow ochre strips (shadow) and white felt circles (cream filling) on long yellow cotton panels Trim yellow ochre ...
Take light blue fleece strip and place on top of main scarf Sew only the main edges leaving the ends open Reverse out main scarf (image #2) Place ...
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